student life

Back to College Stationery Haul

While I was planning this post I decided to research hauls. I wanted to know why people watch them. Is it nosiness? Trying to get ideas? Do we just like comparison? Psychology seems to favour comparison, unfortunately. People may watch these videos or read posts and compare their lives to the luxury lifestyles portrayed online.… Continue reading Back to College Stationery Haul

student life

Back to College Stationery Anti-Haul. Reuse and Revamp

I love a good stationery haul post. I've never written one, but when I see one pop up on a feed, I have to read it. I'm probably nosey, definitely stationary obsessed and I just love seeing all the cute things other people buy. But I've been thinking. Why does nobody ever show what they… Continue reading Back to College Stationery Anti-Haul. Reuse and Revamp

Lifestyle, Wellbeing

Revisiting My Summer Goals

If you have been following me for a while you know that I had set six goals for the summer. If you don't know that I wrote a post about it in May and you can read it here. This week I want to review them and share some stuff I've learned. One of the… Continue reading Revisiting My Summer Goals

Just Some Thoughts On:, psychology, student life, thoughts & opinion

What is Sociology?

A few months ago I wrote a post about the 5 most common questions I get asked as a psychology student. I get asked a lot of questions when I say I study psychology because everyone has heard of it. Sociology not so much. I only get asked one question, what is sociology? Sometimes people… Continue reading What is Sociology?

student life, thoughts & opinion, Wellbeing

Feeling Like You Have Failed is Not the Same as Failing.

While this article is aimed specifically at students, it is applicable to anyone who frequently feels like they are failing at something. Hey we've all been there! On the 17th of June 2019 at 8 am, I received the results of my third-year exams and I passed everything. The night before in my mind I… Continue reading Feeling Like You Have Failed is Not the Same as Failing.