If you have read some of my previous posts or follow me on Instagram, you have probably gathered that I really like a good quote! With everything that has happened in the last 9 months I have been saving any quotes that I find that relate to going through hard times. These are my current favourite 8. “Of all the […]
A Keep Cup– Coffee is a way of life for me, and many of the people I share an office with. Invest in a keep cup to avoid using throw-away coffee cups (which are terrible for the environment). I love my keep cup because it is merchandise from one of my favourite singers Ziggy Alberts. Diary- A diary is a […]
Having an effective and productive routine is hard for anyone, and it is particularly hard when doing a PhD as my work hours are not consistent. Over the last month I have really been trying to find a more effective routine to try to make me a little less stressed, a little less sad, and a lot more organised. So […]
6:42am Frog finds it harder to get out of bed than me in the morning. 7:08am Quick coffee while I am getting ready, in my new inappropriate but wonderful mug. 9:48am I am currently editing my first study. Editing and drafting is such a tedious job. 11:44am Teaching prep for my classes tomorrow. This semester I am teaching an introductory to psychology course. 12:21pm Quick […]
For me the Easter long weekend is about relaxing, good food, good company, and adventures. This year I got to get away to the beach with family! Here are a few snaps.
Since returning home from my European adventures, I have been asked so many times what my favourite places were. Being asked this, made me reflect for myself and I have managed to dwindle the list down to four favourite places (but don’t ask me to pick just one!). 1. Old Town, Stockholm- Gamla Stan was a place that made me […]
In previous blog posts, I have wrote about how celebrating the small stuff is really important whilst working on your PhD (or doing any job or university degree for that matter!). Waiting only until you achieve big tasks (like finishing a PhD) to celebrate will lead to burnout. Here is five ideas for how to celebrate the small stuff: Knock […]