Helloooooo lovely hoomans! I know I know, it’s like spotting a unicorn in the wild,…
Motivation always seems like some magical buzzword when it comes to study/work productivity, and if the few psychology modules I’ve had to take over my years at uni are anything to go by, motivation can be an extremely powerful tool and psychological element to getting through the ups and downs of the roller coaster that is (academic) life. But motivation is not a constant. It is affected by so many different factors for all of us. So today, I’m sharing some tips and advice you could try if, like me, you’re struggling to feel motivated with your studies and need a little boost.
Hi everyone – today I’m skipping the university advice post to just do a little appreciation post for my birthday. I hope you still enjoy it xx
Even the most independent of us all feel homesick sometimes – it’s completely natural! Especially in the first few months of university, when everything is new and unfamiliar, and you haven’t quite gotten into the routine of your new life, feeling homesick is normal, and I promise you that almost everyone feels homesick at some point, they just may not show it. So today I’m going to go through my top tips that I’ve learnt over the years and have gathered from uni friends for getting over homesickness so that all you need to worry about is making the absolute most out of your uni years.
One of the big questions that come up about university is the type of student you’re going to be. Deciding whether you want to be more of a party animal, a homebody or a bookworm is just down to what you prefer, and what experiences you think will make you happy or help you have the best time at uni for you. Sooooo today I thought I’d go through a few ideas for testing the waters to see what you prefer, or if you already know, what sort of things you can do with your friends. Let’s get going then shall we?
Starting uni is a big deal, and the start of uni (freshers week) is a massive experience! Eeven though my fresher’s week was definitely not what people would consider normal *cough covid cough* (yes that was meant to be both ironic and a bad joke), I have helped with fresher’s events and still vaguely know what’s going on. Today’s post is going to be a bit chunky – fair warning – but I’ve split it up into a section of best steps to breaking the ‘transition to uni’ thing into manageable chunks, and then some tips for making the most out of freshers week. Right, enough dillydallying there’s a lot to talk about.
Hi everyone! Today, to try and get back into my blogging, I present a summer summary of all the short little adventures I got up to this summer. I hope you enjoy it!
Hellooooo lovely hoomans! So once again, I just wanted to say I know I’ve been…
So I did something this week that I don’t think I ever really believed I would do … I hosted a ball! Well it wasn’t just me – it was the societies I am part of at uni but the point is … we hosted a ball!!
Hey everyone – today I’m talking about things you can do when you don’t really feel like doing anything. When you’re coming off a very busy period, or maybe are overdue some relaxation, you might feel quite slothy, and have no motivation to do anything. Well today, I’m sharing some fun things you can try, when you don’t feel like doing anything.
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