How To Read More Books In 2021

Tsundoku (noun, Japanese)buying books and not reading them; letting books pile up unread on shelves and floors and nightstands Oniochalasia (noun, English)buying or shopping as a method of stress relief or relaxation Raise your hand if you’re guilty of one or both of the above. Looking around my room now, I have books on myContinue reading “How To Read More Books In 2021”

COVID On The Dancefloor

Let’s be honest: Online lectures never stood a chance of matching up to the real thing. That screen is a barrier between you, a couple blank screens, people eating in their pyjamas and – of course – your lecturer. Have you ever thought about how other students doing other degrees are finding this new normal?Continue reading “COVID On The Dancefloor”

Writer’s Block: How To Crush It

Writer’s block: it’s a cruel mistress. It strikes when it wishes and doesn’t care about your oncoming deadlines. It hits especially hard when you’re studying creative writing, literature or anything like that. It’s like you’re standing in front of a wall – too high to climb and too wide to walk around. But remember this:Continue reading “Writer’s Block: How To Crush It”