Last Tuesday, I did something ‘outrageous’ and entirely out of my comfort zone. I spontaneously booked return coach tickets to Manchester, because: a) I was a little bored. Sheffield is a lovely city, but it isn’t large by any means, and there isn’t a whole heap to do when there isn’t much classes on for … More How I spent a day in Manchester!
At some point during your degree or studies you may decide you want to travel around and get some worldly exposure. Going global and getting out of your comfort zone to experience a new country and surroundings first hand is a great way to enhance your education, expand your horizons and gain a competitive edge … More How to apply for study abroad | Application process + pre-departure
I’ve been watching iiSuperwomanii’s/Lilly Singh’s YouTube videos since my high school days and they have helped me smile and feel better through thick and thin. I was pretty elated to hear that she would be releasing a book, How to be a Bawse: A Guide to Conquering Life, and since my birthday was around the … More How to be a Bawse | Book Review
It is often said that there are only two certainties in life: one, that we were born into this world, and two, that we will all eventually die. As grim as it may seem, there’s definitely a lot of truth behind that statement. Nothing in life is ever guaranteed right? With the job market getting … More Dealing with uncertainty in life
Rising from its colonial roots, Hong Kong has transformed rapidly into one of the most modern, thriving cultural and economic centres in Asia. A delicate fusion of East meets West, Hong Kong is distinctly charming and quaint, yet uber-efficient and bureaucratic all at once. Hong Kong is well worth a visit, whether on holiday, study or … More Your Guide to Traveling Hong Kong
This is mostly a life update post to keep everyone up to score with where I am at the moment. The last three weeks have been totally hectic and I haven’t really had a chance to post on my blog as much as I wanted. So, here we are! Lot’s up exciting new things and … More I’m starting a YouTube channel!
I sat down recently in my spare time with my laptop wide open, watching one of the most viewed TED talks of all time, Susan Cain’s ‘The Power of Introverts‘, a talk delivered, rather ironically, in front of a large audience in 2012. Almost five years and 16 million views later, I can still resonate … More Does society favour extroverts?
So you didn’t get the job. Your relationship didn’t work out. You’re on the brink of failing your studies. Bad credit, bad debt and bad days just keep coming. Somehow you’ve ended up in this awful hellhole where nothing in your life seems to be working out. So…what next? Frankly, it’s quite important to know the … More Overcoming Failure | My Top Tips
Higher Ground is one of the newer brunch hangout additions in the line of succession following Melbourne’s highly acclaimed Top Paddock and Kettle Black cafes. Located on Little Bourke St, this glam cafe and restaurant (yes, it has a fully-fledged night menu on Thurs, Fri and Sat nights!) boasts a breathtaking interior and impressive food. … More Brunch Review | Higher Ground Melbourne
A man’s word is his bond. We often overlook a big factor in goal setting that plays a massive part in determining success or failure – the big ‘A’ for accountability. By committing goals to writing and sharing these, it places some external pressure on the goal setter to execute the goals into action. Accountability is about saving … More 2017 Reading Challenge