Make Them Tea & Other Top Secret Intern Tips Almost a year ago I wrote about my musings over a graduate application. Back then I thought things were tough. There I was, plugged into my computer, working on my dissertation whilst job searching whilst watching the summer go by without me. And all I was receiving … Continue reading Make Them Tea & Other Top Secret Intern Tips
Collectivity and collaboration have fast become the default mode of the 21st century, but what do we prefer? The blogger? The vlogger? Let's have a look.
When I grow up... it's a question we all get asked as children. But somehow it gets harder and harder to answer the question as we get older.
So You Ran a Half Marathon I'm Half Impressed As a wee little child, my not-so-kindly sports teachers knew that I hated cross country. All the signs were there: I would dawdle, drag my feet, pretend anything to escape the horrors of lapping the same two fields a gazzillion times. And anything literally means anything. I … Continue reading Run, Forest, Run!
LIVING IT UP IN LIMBO Warning: If you suffer from Graduatewithnojobitis you should know that this post does have the ability to improve your mood. But if you stop in the middle you could end up suffering from the following conditions: moodiness, sense of impending doom, anxiety, nausea, anger, grief, inexplicable terror, nightmares, insomnia and … Continue reading Musings Over a Graduate Application
Welcome to Durham University My third university in five years. I've begun to realise these past few weeks that somehow I've a tendency to live in beautiful places surrounded by history and brilliant people. I grew up outside of London, surrounded by fields and with a view of the night sky, then I went to … Continue reading Durham University : 7 FAQs About The University
Right before I went to America to study abroad, I went down to Poole for the weekend. The result was the beginnings of The Scribble Bug (found on blogspot) Welcome to my world.
You've left high school or college. You've got into university. Nervous? We understand. Welcome Edinburgh to the Jekyll & Hyde City