Anybody who read my last blog post will know I’m getting off on holiday very soon. 36 hours to be exact! My boyfriend and I are flying out on holiday to South Africa for two weeks. Having been born there, it’s a chance for me to visit all my family and soak up the vitamin D I have lack over the winter months. It’s the … Continue reading Pre-holiday jitters
Happy Valentines everybody! While it’s not the biggest holiday in the year, it’s a great opportunity to stop and remember to say I love you to those who mean the most in your life. I personally enjoy it, maybe that is because I’m the girl and I get spoiled… This year, my boyfriend and I decided to have a meal in and watch a movie. … Continue reading M&S ruined my Valentine’s
I left my flat in Tooting for work on time (an achievement for someone as scatty as me) and headed for the underground. Anyway, I made my way down to my usual spot on the platform, nestled myself between two groups of people at the edge of the platform. BIG mistake. Turns out these groups of people aren’t groups at all but two sets of … Continue reading PDA (Please Don’t Administer)
As part of my placement year, all the students who have been working for the year come back to our University for a day and exhibit our own experiences and learning curbs in an assessed presentation. It’s a chance to network and catch up with friends. I suppose it can be likened to meeting your friends from school at a reunion. It’s so strange to see … Continue reading Nostalgia
Seeing as today is last day of the pheasant season I thought it would be fitting to write about my first ever Beaters Day to round off my debut season as a beater. Continue reading Beaters Day For the First Time
Happy Chinese new year to all! To celebrate the year of the Rooster, we took a journey to Leicester square to see the Chinese New Year celebrations in China Town. Continue reading Gong hei fat choy!
It was Burns night in Scotland yesterday. January 25th is an annual celebration of the Scottish poet, Robert Burns. Friends of mine held a traditional supper for our Scottish friends. Scottish bagpipes played on the docking station when we came in group by group. It wasn’t in the host’s budget for actual bagpipes, but I don’t necessarily see that as a bad thing… Few decided … Continue reading Burn’s Night
What motivates you to get up in the morning? What makes us leave our warm homes for the chilly commute? I’ll let you in on my secret… Continue reading Views and Motivation