When I was 17 years old, I knew exactly where I wanted to go and what I wanted to do. But, when I was 18, on my A-Level results day, I didn’t get what I expected.
You know, there are several parts of me that doesn’t feel connected to the 17 year old version of myself. 24 year old Tory can be so indecisive and I never seem to settle on what I want to do or where I want to go. How was I so sure about where I wanted to go to uni?
Looking back, what advice can I give? What’s the most important thing to think about on your A-Level results day?
Continue reading “Getting into University through Clearing: Making Your Choice”
I’ve spent a lot of January so far, particularly this week, thinking about life and choices we (I) have to make at some point.
Not deciding anything, just, thinking.
Life has it’s tips and turns. It brings challenges. Sometimes, things will inspire you. Sometimes, they will try to break you. Sometimes, you can be inspired by something that tried to, or nearly did, break you.
Continue reading “When taking ‘The Road Not Taken’”
I cannot be the only person who goes to Primark and is too lazy to try on the clothes. Unless I have hangers galore, I never went into the fitting rooms. Now I’m a bit more adult (still nowhere near full adult yet, don’t worry guys), I am a tiny bit more conscious with my money. Hence this mini haul.
Continue reading “Mini Primark Haul: on the Hanger vs on a Human”