Writing my dissertation was a long process that occupied most of my time and honestly looking back at it now I can admit that I was stressing way too much about it! I’m not saying that you shouldn’t stress at all but try avoiding even dreaming about it. Yes I had nightmares in which I was writing my dissertation. Here are some tips for you all who are about to start the final year at uni and get all dissertation crazy.
You may know this name already, you may not. If you don’t know who I’m going to talk about – oh ffs have you been living under a rock?! I’m joking, you probably weren’t one of the fashion freaks back in 2015 when this girl spoke up about one of the biggest issues in modelling!
I have been incredibly busy for the past couple of weeks and trust me when I say that being a journalism and creative writing student is sometimes the biggest pain in my ass. What is my problem you may ask – well here you go, honey, – I’m a perfectionist so hearing that I have to complete my dissertation within next four months and also there is the final major project to be submitted by the beginning of May and other smaller deadlines along the way – well this is stressing me out.
I hate being sick. Being sick makes me very very very unproductive and there is nothing I can actually do about it. But there is another thing – my brain seems to work a bit better with a high temperature and although I can’t do anything productive like research, writing down important stuff, organising my day or going to work (which is a huge pain in my little ill ass since I’m a workaholic) I tend to be pretty good at the creative side of stuff.
I wanted to write this blog post for a very, very long time but somehow I always found myself stuck at the same point after which I was just repeating one thing several times. This is yet another try to make this idea work and I’ll probably just give up and publish whatever horrible creature I manage to create today.
ELISE BY OLSEN – first figure in our Inspiring Figures series, born in 1999 in Norway Elise at the age of 8 started writing her very first blog which lead her to realise that writing is something that she wants to do in the future. At the age of 13, she was recognised in the international press as the world’s youngest editor in chief.
A few hours ago I was on the train listening to one of the songs that were playing on the Bobby Abley fashion show Saturday evening and while I was so ready to come back home from London and pass out on my bed something really rather interesting occurred to me.
Moving away from home can be tough – trust me, it sometimes gets tough trying to grow up in a span of 24 hours while getting used to being a student. Settling into university may not be one of the easiest things on earth but with some help and a tiny bit of help from fellow students, family and lecturers it’s actually not too bad. Let me give you a few tips that can help you throughout the process of the ultimate change of environment!
I was supposed to do the one whole rebranding for the sake of my uni project but listen up kids, teens, adults – I am much triggered. Legit, I’m not joking, there’s something going on with ‘great ideas’ of our friendly website and I’m not a fan. Actually, I’m super angry that someone even thought about making such a crap tv show and spent their time and money on something that in result may trigger eating disorders and make girls feel unworthy because of their body image. This shit needs to stop and well – get in for a rant. Thanks.
So June has passed way quicker than I expected and now I’ve got just three days till I get another tattoo done (how exciting). As the first month of the summer break is over it’s time for me to share some of my favourite items.