Back in August 2018, I made the decision to defer my entry to study Politics at Brunel University until the year 2019. This wasn't a planned gap year and in the grand scheme of things was rather last minute. I didn't know at the time whether I was making the right decision or not. To… Continue reading BLOGMAS: Do I regret taking a gap year?
Hi all! Today, I'm going to share with you my favourite stationery! As a person involved with the study community on Instagram, I have got a hefty collection of various types of stationery. However, it's worth noting that I've always really liked stationery from a young age and the highlight of going back to school… Continue reading My favourite stationery items
Hi everyone! Long time no see again. Today I'm back with a Q&A about education and I asked for questions on Twitter and Instagram! If you would like to take part in future Q&As, feel free to click on the links so you're notified on when I'm asking for questions! With the cheeky plug out of… Continue reading A Q&A about Education
Ah, results day. The day where every single A Level student finds out how they've done in their exams. The day where two years (well, in my case three years) worth of work is consolidated down into this very moment. The day where earth feels like absolute hell. I was very nervous about results day… Continue reading Results Day 2018
As I'm sat typing this blog post, it's 2 days away from results day and now I realise that the subject matter probably isn't the best thing considering my frame of mind right now. We're (as in I or me) going to press on though as this is an idea I've wanted to discuss on… Continue reading Applying to university: my experience
Ah, A Levels. The portion of one's life where you suddenly lose the will to live and spend most days having breakdowns whilst saying to everyone else you're fine and everything is under control. In other words, A Levels are stressful. Now, you might have noticed by the title that I studied A Levels from… Continue reading My A Level experience 2015-2018
Well I certainly didn't expect this to happen so quickly. At the beginning of November, I sent off my UCAS application and by the end, I had all 5 offers which is just insane and thrilling and exciting and terrifying and lots of other adjectives. I've mentioned before that I suffer with anxiety and university… Continue reading I have all 5 uni offers ???
Late last year, I joined the studyblr and studygram community as a way of getting inspiration and motivation for studying. Through joining these communities, I became more informed about the idea of the bullet journal system. It was one of those things that I had heard multiple times but didn’t really understand the concept. Anyway,… Continue reading Recommended Bullet Journal Spreads
At the moment, the majority of my friends are off to university which is a massive chapter of life. You're one step closer to being in the outside world, getting jobs, earning money, getting a house, maybe starting a family. You're growing up which is obviously very daunting. I'm not due to go to University… Continue reading University Panic ~ Is it right for me?