Everyone looks forward to the day where they are legally able to drive. But it’s funny how nobody really talks about what driving is really like after you’ve passed your driving test. So I’ve put together 8 things you should know after you’ve passed your test that you’ll probably never get told. 1. Out the … Read more8 Things They Don’t Tell You After You’ve Passed Your Driving Test
Working a job as a uni student seems like a ridiculous idea to most people, but most people just haven’t found the right job. So let me help you out, here are 8 reasons why delivering for Uber Eats is the best job for uni students. ~ Olympic Gymnast-Like Flexibility One issue most uni students have … Read more9 Reasons Why Delivering For Uber Eats Is The Best Job For Uni Students
Inspired By: Russ’ Book ‘It’s All In Your Head’ The Microwave Generation We live in a time of instant gratification. A time where if we want something we expect it ASAP. The days of patiently waiting are long gone. When we were younger we’d have to wait until a certain time for our favourite TV … Read moreMind Games: Trust the WHAT not the WHEN
Many Find Comfort in Chaos Why do we find comfort in chaos? We all know what we need to do to give us stability but we choose not to do it. For example, a lot of us have been in education since we were 4 or 5 years old. We know how schools work. We … Read moreMind Games: Comfort in Chaos
Post inspired by Toosii – Back From The Dead. — Have you ever had moments where you’ve just started crying? Crying not because anything has happened but because you’re exhausted. You’re full of energy but you’re so fxcking exhausted. It’s like you haven’t been able to catch a breath in a while, you’ve just been … Read moreMind Games: The Beautiful Pain of Hustling
The thought of being released from the bondage of public transport lives rent free in many people’s minds. Having to run for the train; being late to an important meetings because someone decided to wait until they got on the bus before looking for their Oyster card; struggling to get home due unexplained delays and … Read moreYou Want A Car Until You Get It – The Cost of Driving
We live in a generation where we are expected to live, look, and act a certain way. Social media has found a way to narrow everyone’s mindset to focus on superficial aspects of life. How much do you earn? Are you making 6 figures in your twenties? Where do you live? If you don’t have … Read moreFAKE DEEP | What’s Your Name? What’s Their Name? A Simple Concept To Help Reduce Toxic Comparison
We’ve all reached that point in University where we’ve considered dropping out. For some the feeling is short-lived. For others, it’s almost a certain decision backed by a build-up of different emotions, excuses, reasons, aspirations, expectations and more. However in the midst of all these factors we forget to consider the logical side of things. … Read moreWhat To Consider Before Dropping Out Of University
When reading some books you can’t just read each sentence word for word especially when it comes to China Achebe’s proverbial Things Fall Apart. Things Fall Apart is a classic story about pre-colonial life in Nigeria. Chinua Achebe portrays a vivid image of aspects of the Igbo culture with great emphasis on their persistent use of proverbs, many of which could be applied to our daily lives.
We live in a generation where ‘finding your passion’ seems to be the answer to all our life problems. We’ve been made to believe that life is filled with misery until we reach the point where we have found our ‘passion’. But nobody tells us how we find this master key. The truth is there is no formula for finding your ‘passion’, you just have to keep ‘TRYING’.