They say, "You can't regret what you didn't do." But what does that even mean? And is it true? A few thoughts on why we have regrets about inaction and how this is actually, secretly, kind of a good thing.
Music has played a defining role in my life – the friends, the ideas, the experiences. Music is a glue binding the piece of my life together, teaching me lessons I didn’t even realise I was being taught. This is a piece about those lessons. Enjoy. And mind the cheese.
The hipster in Shoreditch, the City charmer from Tinder : here are 6 of the lads you meet (and sometimes *shudder* date) in London, as told by the songs of Taylor Swift.
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
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
You've left high school or college. You've got into university. Nervous? We understand. Welcome Edinburgh to the Jekyll & Hyde City