Your journey is your journey. You may be thinking that you've taken a wrong turn somewhere and are looking back to how things used to be and wishing that you could be who you once were. But it's impossible to go backwards. You can't un-know the things you now know, or go back to being … Continue reading Plans and Purposes
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As a lot of you may know, my life during term-time at uni is pretty busy! With lectures, labs, studying, assignments, cooking, laundry, rowing, training, socialising and relaxing, it can often feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day!
Student life can often be very overwhelming and stressful, but it is also some of the best years of your life, so here are some of my tips on how best to manage your time and find that healthy balance in your life!
1. Write Lists
Being organised is key for helping you maintain a balance in your life so one of my top tips is to write lists! Whether it’s by hand, on little sticky notes or simply on your phone, this will help you so much and remind you what needs to be done. I am such a fan of a list, I make them for everything: my uni…
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Sometimes there are times in life when you can't help noticing how your life doesn't seem to be going to plan, or it doesn't look like everyone else's and sometimes you feel like you just want to change yourself. And for someone like me who needs a plan and thinks I know myself pretty well, realising … Continue reading Create Your Life
Sometimes life takes a shift and what you previously identified with is no longer there. Perhaps a job, or a role. What you've come to know as 'you' isn't there and it can be frightening and depressing. In this world, we know people by what they do, and if you no longer have something you … Continue reading Il Dolce Far Niente
Listen quietly. Absorb all sources of information and use insight. Take it all in. See every expression and gesture. Read the person, but let them speak, over letting your mind analyse. The more we watch and see and hear, the more we understand. We have got to come with a blank canvas; not preconceived notions … Continue reading Listening on the Next Level
Hello again! I’ve been off the blog scene for a little while, but I’m back and hoping to stick around. This past year was a hectic whirlwind, working full time and self teaching an A level, combined with lots of personal changes. Then to top it off, I just went travelling in New Zealand! It was an … Continue reading 8 Ways to De-Stress.
I'm experimenting with Brownie recipes. Some people like them cakey, some people like them gooey, some people like them fudgy with that classic crackled top.Here's Brownie Recipe 1:Ingredients:1/2 cup melted coconut oil, plus more for pan1 1/4 cups spelt flour1/2 cup cocoa powder2 teaspoons baking powder1/4 teaspoon baking soda1 teaspoon salt2/3 cup agave nectar1/2 cup … Continue reading Brownies: Spelt, Coconut Oil, Agave, Applesauce