** In Collaboration** When you move into a new place, the temptation can be to start renovating, pull everything out, and make it inherently you. Whether you are lucky enough to have your own home or not, injecting your personality into the space isn’t too tricky, but it’s about doing the right things to ensure that it is all about […]
I don’t know if it is because my mum works in the banking industry, or if it is because I am obsessed with organisation and spreadsheets, but I really enjoy staying on top of my money and using a variety of techniques to do so. I am definitely no a money expert, but I wanted to share some of the […]
Pinterest is so much more than wedding planning, procrastibaking, and house envy. It is one of my goto tools at work. One of the key elements of my job as a project manager in market research is data visualisation… and I love it! To me, data visualisation is science meets art. It is a way for me to be creative […]
**In collaboration** Amateur investors have probably read in countless articles before that the real estate market offers the most secure type of investments. Indeed, unlike the stock exchange market or cryptocurrency trading, the property market is a remarkably less risky investment strategy. However, maximizing your real estate profits can be a completely different kettle of fish. Stock exchange market fluctuations […]
It felt like it had been forever between shack weekends. I was very excited to get back for a night. Rain, fire, scrabble & a winery on the Sunday, and no PhD or marking. Perfect ! Down the Rabbit Hole Wines
** In collaboration** Are you planning on a home renovation? Perhaps you’re looking for creative ways to revamp your kitchen, or you might be thinking about a spa-like bathroom makeover. Or you might have one of any number of ideas, any one of which could revitalize both your home and your life. What could possibly go wrong? Well…quite a lot […]
Featured ‘Day in the life of’ : Jessica, final year PhD student researching endocrine links between disordered eating, weight gain and depression.
Hi everyone! My name is Jessica, and I’m a final year PhD student at the University of Wollongong in Wollongong, Australia. My research aims to identify endocrine links between disordered eating, weight gain and depression. In particular, I’m looking at how the hormones leptin and ghrelin, and the neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine, are related to emotional eating, food addiction and […]