I have disappeared for a while. For a long while to be fair and I think I am just about ready to be coming back to the blogging scene. Took me quite a long time, however life after you graduate gets rather messy and time occupying. I moved away from the town where I have spent three of the weirdest and most beuatiful years of my life. At first I was over the moon to move to a place where I can easily get a veggie burger at 3a.m. without even leaving the house but then what I didn’t realise at the time was that there won’t be the people around me I’d get that burger with.
Third year so far has been rather exhausting – trying to combine working almost full time with social life, university work and getting enough sleep proved to be simply impossible from time to time.
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.
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.
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!
Planując studia w Anglii trzeba się zapoznać z wymogami danych uczelni, na które planujesz aplikować. Jednakże bardzo dużo Uniwersytetów na samym początku procesu aplikacji ma bardzo podobne wymagania, o których będę pisać w tym poście więc – Stay Tuned :).
Originally I wanted to wait to publish this for the Mental Health Awareness Week. But – as much as I think the MHAW is really important I also regard mental health issues as something that should be talked about not only one week per year. That’s why I decided to publish this post today even though it would be probably easier to talk about that while I’m not yet again swimming in my tiny pool of anxiety. Anyways – let’s kick off.
From the very beginning, you know what it is about. Love. But not a usual feeling between two people that seems so extraordinary, lasting, beautiful, authentic. It was not one true love. At least not in the full meaning of it.
Considering the portrayal of beauty in the contemporary media we can easily spot one major problem. If someone is beautiful, the person, according to media, must be white. In this blogpost, I will critically discuss the images of black women in media considering adverts, which are nowadays a huge part of our everyday life and media content as well.