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“We do not remember days, we remember moments.”

Do you ever re-watch old YouTube videos purely for the satisfaction of nostalgia? I was doing exactly that last Tuesday. Tom Rosenthal had created a small vlog series a few years ago and I had remembered feeling so calmed and uplifted by them. After watching a couple at random, I’d noticed a quote had been…

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The Benefits of Keeping a Gratitude Journal

After years of writing my thoughts and feelings in a journal, I heard about the benefits of practising gratitude. Having already established a routine, I decided to add on a small list of things I was grateful for at the end of my daily entry. I’ve been doing this for some months now and have…

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“Be the reason someone believes in the goodness of people.”

The vision board I created last summer was getting neglected since I had moved it away from my desk and into the dingy corner of my bedroom. Lately, I’ve made an effort to glance at it more often and one of the quotes has been on my mind… “Be the reason someone believes in the…

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Students: How are you experiencing life at university? #GetInvolved

In relation to Monday’s quote (“no experience is wasted”) I thought I would share a documentary opportunity! I’m currently creating a short doc about how life at university has been affected as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. I want to explore the how other students are feeling during this strange time and attempt find…

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“No experience is wasted.”

Last Tuesday, I was on a video call with my grandmother, catching her up on my university sessions from the previous week. There were a number of opportunities that had been offered by the university and as a result, I was debating whether or not to engage. Asking for her opinion, she simply responded that…

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“Start small.”

I was in a slump this afternoon, and Nathan could most certainly tell. After witnessing an awkward and unpleasant comment earlier in the day, it had continued to bother me. The receiver of the awkward and unpleasant comment certainly didn’t deserve such, in my opinion, inaccurate feedback. Nathan listened to me, patiently, as I explained…

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The Disconnect with Modern Day Feminism

Despite being a young woman who strongly believes in equal opportunities and fair treatment, I do not personally associate with the current feminist movement. I’m also aware that it has become a lot less popular in recent years, with some people totally opposed. One of the historical documentaries I watched not all that long ago…

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Practising Self-Care and Forming Habits

As a young adult now living away from family, I find myself in a situation of greater responsibility for myself than I have before. This has lead me to explore various ways in which I can take care of myself on a regular basis and maintain strength of mind and body. Having suffered with mental…

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The Influence of Technology on Communication

As I was recently reflecting on the lockdown period of the coronavirus pandemic, I wondered how different our experiences would have been without connection through use of technology. This has lead me to a relaxed exploration of some of the influences technology has had over the way we, as individuals, communicate. I aim to focus…

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Encouraging Discussion not Debate

As a young child, I remember it being joked that I would be a great debater in the future due to my habit of persisting in arguments. And creating them in the first place. I enjoy having conversations about complex and often difficult subjects but now, as an adult, have no desire to participate in…

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