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When progress isn’t linear

A graph.

Heart breaking, truly but maybe it’s for the better.

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Hay fever rant (and a salad recipe)

Having hay fever is like attending a peculiar and unpredictable symphony of sneezes and sniffles, orchestrated by an invisible conductor called pollen.

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Recovering from burnout 

Woman swimming in a body of water.

You and I know we need it. 

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Here’s what I learned from the recent podcast on how to combat microaggressions.

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Taking back control

A woman sitting on a boulder staring over mountains and valleys at sunset.

I feel as though I’ve been letting myself get convinced too much.

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Getting the job

This week, I got offered a job at the place I have been volunteering and interning at for the past few weeks and I am ecstatic.

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Really a break?


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This feels familiar...

A close up of a line of dates, in white and yellow.

The cycle of the uni year is starting to feel like Groundhog Day (and I'm Bill Murray). 

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A dose of the ocean

The beach.

Can a trip to the seaside be good for our mental wellbeing?

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Memento mori

This is a Latin phrase that means ‘remember you must die’.

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