Photo by William Iven Now, as school is getting towards the pointy end, studying has become quite full on, but sometimes I feel studying has become synonymous with procrastinating. I’ve recently done a post about procrastination, but hopefully now I’ve become one step further to conquering this beast….. I’ve deleted Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat. Yep. I’ll just let that sink in for a bit. … Continue reading Faceless
Photo by Ben White Today was our final assembly for Term 3, and yours truly (Liz and I) sung a welcome speech about ‘expecting the unexpected’. Words and lyrics were entirely by us, admittedly we borrowed the tune from Adele but I hope she doesn’t mind. It was something out of the ordinary, it was unexpected, and potentially got people a little confused and conflicted. … Continue reading Expect the unexpectEd!
Photo by Eric Rothermel P for procrastination, incase you were wondering. Lord, taking on the International Baccalaureate over the past 2 years has made me an absolute queen of procrastination. This is quite evident by the fact that I’m writing this post because I’m putting off doing some music homework. Over my schooling years, I’d like to think I’ve quite perfected this art of procrastination. … Continue reading You can call me Queen P
I think the most used excuse I’ve used this year is ‘Oh sorry I didn’t reply to your email/do the work/go out/sleep on time because I’ve been so busy!!!’ School has become hectic this year, and as with a lot of us, school is our number 1 priority. But, this means that other things like sleep, eating properly and exercising have become pushed to the bottom … Continue reading Get a life
Photo by Patrick Tomasso Just finished reading Paper Towns by John Green for the 20th time, and again, the sheer brilliance that is John Green’s mind never fails to amaze me. This book literally made me both laugh out loud and question some fundamental human truths. You see, Mr Green has this extraordinary gift for chucking in a few mind-blowing quotes amidst his stories. For example, … Continue reading Thank you Margo Roth Spiegelman.