They say that those who can't race, volunteer! Last weekend I had the amazing opportunity to volunteer at one of the fluid stations in the TCS NYC Marathon 2018. I wasn't sure what to expect from this experience as I have personally never even watched a marathon, let alone played a part in it. But... Continue Reading →
Dear potential future employer, I am glad that you chose to follow my link to this blog post for a little bit more information about me. By now you have probably read through my cover letter and CV (hopefully with optimistic expectations) and maybe you want to know a little bit more about myself to... Continue Reading →
Ever thought about studying abroad but never got the experience? Read all about my first month studying abroad in New Jersey and let it inspire your will to travel!
Sunshine, free time, and days spent with friends. While I love all seasons of the year, summer is one of my personal favourites because it gives me the opportunity to visit my friends across the sea who I don't always get to see. There is always something to do and someone to see and I... Continue Reading →
Check out my first blog post on the Browzer university blogging platform! Read all about making the most of your final term.
Assignment season is never fun. This term it seems to have come even earlier for me than the last and once again I'm finding myself completely under-prepared and overwhelmed. But - a few sage pieces of advice that I've picked up from family, friends, and experience over the years are helping me get though it.... Continue Reading →
Recently I stumbled upon the amazing opportunity to go skiing in Finland for a week. I found it to be three things: beautiful, fascinating, and COLD. I was lucky enough to be offered a last-minute place on holiday with my family because one of my cousins found out that she couldn't go. So I jumped... Continue Reading →
So, I think it's safe to say that airports aren't always the most pleasant place to spend a large amount of time. Bustling crowds, overpriced merchandise, airport food and nothing to do to kill the time? Not exactly my idea of fun. But sometimes we find ourselves in the position where we have no choice... Continue Reading →
A big part of leaving home is knowing when to come back. When I left for university I was so excited to flourish on my own, make my own choices, and experience living by myself. In fact, I was so caught up in my new independence, that I didn’t even think about how much I... Continue Reading →