University is kind of a big deal. Although many people will tell you otherwise, it's just the reality of facts. When choosing your University, you are not simply picking a course over another: you are selecting a city, a set of people, a whole experience over another, as scary as that sounds. I remember being … Continue reading ITALIAN IN SCOTLAND: THINGS I WISH I’D KNOWN BEFORE CHOOSING MY FOREIGN UNIVERSITY
And if so, is it the good kind?
Life update: I am officially back in Scotland. I say officially but it really isn't, seen as I don't even have a place to call home yet. My friend and I landed on the British shores on a mildly cold Monday evening and have been trying to find ourselves a flat since, which is proving … Continue reading Flat hunting in the ‘deen
They say home is where the heart is, that nothing feels as good as being at home. It's natural, essential, a fundamental need that each one of us has and strives to fulfil. But what happens when your heart doesn't actually reside in a place, when your mind is constantly wandering to far away lands … Continue reading CONSTANTLY MOVING
They say that change is scary, like being used to wearing an old cosy jumper for it to suddenly rip, forcing you out of it and into a new one. We as human beings sometimes tend to avoid it, being so comfortable in our own little reality we spent so much time building and not … Continue reading Point of no return