I’ve always been the type of person that needs to be progressing somehow. I panic and get extremely anxious if I’m not doing anything ‘productive’ for a long period of time, I like to feel like I’m always doing something to progress my life or something that’s useful to my […]
Starting a new school or college can be a daunting experience for anybody. Throw in the added complications of the seemingly unrelenting global pandemic and those feelings of fear and apprehension may well multiply to preposterous levels of intensity. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Believe me. I […]
With life slowly going back to normal, the nights getting darker and you have those days you want to stay in and find something good to watch. With most of use already watch shows like Stranger Things, Orange is the new black. Here are four shows that will keep you […]
How do you find your calling in a world of opportunities? Here’s some great strategies for doing just that
Every one of us is born with unique talents. If we choose to share them, that’s where the party really begins!
Starting university can be an overwhelming time, so below are some simple organisation tips, ranging from note taking to meal prepping, that I have found useful over my first year. Decide how you want to take notes from the start It is important from the offset of your degree that […]
In this post I will share some of my top tips for ambitious university students. Tese are things that I wish I had told my freshers-year self. Nonetheless, these are things I picked up over time and they definitely helped me over my university years although I wish I had […]
By guest blogger Soul diaries 1) Seek Consultation services There are free services that us we can take advantage of, specifically if you are under 25! Make sure to do your research thoroughly before splashing out on any counselling/therapy sessions because of high costs or giving up on talking to […]
There’s so much to be gained from blogging. If only I had known earlier how valuable it would be to me personally, at school, and in my career.
Are you a bubbly, confident chatterbox? Or do you sit more in the shy, struggle-to-start-a-conversation box? The crazy thing is, wherever you are on the spectrum, you could find yourself feeling lonely at university. And it makes sense. You’ve moved away from family and friends and you’re living alone on […]