Have you ever been told that you weren’t smart enough to pursue the career you wanted to, or had someone laugh at you when you express interest in a certain sport? Has anyone ever told you that you could never succeed in the one thing that you’ve always wanted to do? Is there any time you
It is no secret that I am awkward and feel awkward a lot of the time (ever seen the show Miranda? That is basically me.) but in that past few days this has been exaggerated. Before my story – a clip from Miranda: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w437ZnkvsE4
This week I am running a photoblog for my universities International week – I am taking the photographs with one other person and collating them together at the end of each day. This is a huge deal for me because it is something I feel I do very well and something I enjoy. If you want
First of all I would like to say that I am not posting this for sympathy or attention regarding the fact that I am dyslexic – I just thought it would be a nice topic to talk about today and share in the hope of maybe helping others understand the daily struggle dyslexics can go through,
So I have been very busy for the last few days due to university and my art gallery event so I thought I’d share something amusing with you all.
In just over a month I will be starting university – something I always thought I was too ‘dumb’ for, but I made it and will be attending Robert Gordon University to study media. I honestly couldn’t be more excited to begin this journey because it sounds like an amazing course and I will then
Facebook has been in our lives since 2004, however it got popular around 2006-2007 and since then it has become one of the largest social networking platforms that we know and love. In a sense it has changed the way we communicate with the people around us – not just our university friends.
Unbelievably I already find myself at the stage of keeping this blog where I stop in the middle of writing posts and ask myself “haven’t I blogged about this before?”
The literal definition of change is to make or become different. In other words, to change you have to alter the original product to make it different.