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The Answer to Life, The Universe and Everything…

I don’t believe there is an inherent purpose to life. Never a part of a religious faith, perpetually pondering the reasons of our existence without finding an answer has lead me to one conclusion that can be applied to us all individually. We must find our own purpose. This is no unique thought of course,…

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Maintaining Connection with Nature while Indoors

Two weeks ago, I unexpectedly had to self-isolate for 10 days. Living at the top of a block of flats, no garden to spend time in, I soon noticed my longing for the outdoors. In my view, it is vital we remain connected to nature especially during these tough times. Based on my recent experience,…

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“You’ve got to prioritise it.”

Yesterday, I was discussing the prioritisation of hobbies with my mother over the phone. A couple of months ago, she had endured a small heart attack and is still in the recovery process. Her current limitations has meant she’s spending time creating drawings through various mediums. I spoke about my decision to schedule time for…

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The Value of Nostalgia

The year 2020 has undoubtedly been overwhelming for us all. I believe that the coronavirus pandemic has influenced a rise of nostalgic experiences for many of us. In my personal life, I moved out of the family home in July and that has definitely had an additional influence on the memories that cross my mind.…

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

(CLOSED) 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…

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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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