Monthly Archives: August 2018
You’re wrapping up the last moments of your undergraduate experience. Maybe you’re writing your Honours thesis, the due date looming before you, and your family are interrogating you about what’s next. You realise you have no idea what you want to do with your life and decide you’re not ready to leave the warm, comforting […]
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Birthday Gifts? Jar Cakes!
I thought I was too late… to send a gift.
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Friendships in a Foreign Country: Part 2
Part 2: Friendships in a foreign country with people from different cultural backgrounds. It may not be easy to maintain friendship effortlessly, especially in this situation.
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Friendships in a Foreign Country: Part 1
Part 1: Friendships in a foreign country with people from the same cultural background. People can be less picky with developing friendships in a foreign country.
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My Father: Part 2
My father supported me through my hardest times.
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Lectures. Let’s chat.
So, I’ll be brutally honest here; I hardly ever go to lectures. And that’s not without reason. I work part time at a nine to five job, three days a week. I can’t live with my parents for personal reasons, and the job I have is in the field I want to enter when I […]
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My Father: Part 1
For parents, it is what you did yourself and what you have achieved that determines what you can bring to your child.
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Four Ways to Survive a Break-Up
1. Let yourself be sad Someone has broken your heart. Let yourself grieve. This may involve crying at regular intervals, staying in bed all day, eating or not eating, and binge-watching romantic television shows while sobbing that love isn’t real anyway. Sadness is a normal emotion, and sometimes you have to really explore it in […]
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