We all have things that we want to accomplish sometime in the future, no matter how soon within our lifetime that may be. Given I’ve turned twenty-two today, now seems like as good a time as any to think about the things I hope to achieve while I’m still alive and kicking.
Tattoos; you either love ’em or hate ’em. Some people see them as a statement, a way for you to decorate the one thing that is entirely yours in whatever manner you desire. Others only see them as something tacky that you’ll regret at some point down the line. Where do you stand?
It’s Valentine’s day! For most people out there that are single, those are the words that they hate hearing. While many people are doing something to celebrate the day with their significant other, I thought I’d come here and share with you a few tips to try and make the day more bearable for you.
Being true to myself when it comes to work is something that has always been important to me. The career that I follow pretty much shapes the next 30/40/50 years of my life, and I want to be happy with the choices I make for myself. What’s the point of living a life if it’s only going to make you miserable?
What better way to kick off the new year than to talk about what so many people will be thinking about today – resolutions. I’m not normally one to make a big deal about the whole ‘new year, new me’ thing, but I’ve had a couple of things in mind that I’m hopeful about for 2017. Let’s just hope that I can stick to them.
With just a week left until Christmas (how?!), I’m in the best mood that I’ve been in since I finished university, and I hope that these high spirits continue well into the new year. 2016 hasn’t been great, so here’s to a bright and happy 2017!
If it didn’t hit you when you handed in your last assignment or finished your final exam, or even when you walked up in front of everyone and were declared an official graduate by the Chancellor, then it will now. That part of your life is now behind you. It’s time to move on.
You’ve finished your education and it’s time to start the next big chapter in your life, but where do you go?
For as long as I can remember I’ve always been larger than ideal, my weight always seeming to grow proportionally with my height. It’s not something I was ever seriously taunted about, but it was an ever-present problem that always made me feel bad about myself.