This post marks the beginning of a new phase in my life. I’m officially a PhD student at Loughborough University and yesterday was Induction day. Apparently, schooling at Loughborough University … Continue Reading PhD Diaries: Induction
It is 10°C and a clear indication that like all good things, summer has come to an end. Following this, it’s the perfect time to reflect on how I spent … Continue Reading 10 Things To Love about Summer
Get ready to be ravenous after this one! It’s been a while since I’ve done a food review and so I hope this hits you by lunchtime. I can’t wait to tell you about our lunch at 805 Restaurants in Reading, Berkshire!
That is me blowing my diet again but, it was the Trowbridge Weavers Market and it was absolutely worth it! Yesterday marked the first of a series of monthly artisan markets aptly named after the town’s history and weaving heritage
Following my previous post with 10 reasons why you should live on Campus, this post balances that perspective with why living on Campus might not be the best idea. As with everything in life, there are pros and cons to choosing a living space and that’s why this post takes a detailed look at the negative aspects of living on the University campus. Shall we?
This post is for international students facing the practicalities of moving to the UK to study and trying to decide on where to stay during the period. Now let’s get to it, shall we?
The ice-cream is fresh and made with natural ingredients. It is so soft, flavourful and creamy. Guys, this is Ice-cream that schooled abroad, periodt.
Computers and information technology have become an integral part of our lives in the digital age. Just about everything we do, have or enjoy has been defined and made possible by computers, but the history of these powerful resources, their influence on politics, and the rest of the world hasn’t gotten the attention it deserves.
It’s the end of the second week of the year and probably too late to be saying Happy New Year, but I only just turned in my coursework and so I’ll say it anyway: Happy New Year! This post is a follow-up to my previous post: If We Were Having Coffee: 2018 Review. I’ll be listing my plans for this blog, my photography business, school and personal life. Let’s get to it, shall we?
2018 has been the most surprising year and I’m not sure where to start. So much has changed in my life and a lot has improved on this blog. If you follow my personal series this is a sequel to my post: Since we will soon be having coffee. New Year
Since I’ve told you about the books I read this semester, I think it’s a good idea to fill you in on the rest of student-life with a summary of the … Continue Reading Reading Living: First Semester Summary
It’s the holiday season and it’s starting to look like it! Every mall and shopfront window in Reading Town Center is decorated and spotting a Christmas tree, with sparkling baubles, … Continue Reading Secret Santa & Product Review: Jo Malone Lime Basil and Mandarin
It’s the end of the year and we aren’t taking any baggage into 2017. So, this post is to help you stitch the pieces of your broken heart together and get it pumping again. Think of this as a sort of resuscitation.
I finally broke in my Dr Martens (1914 Smooth) and this post is a list of a few helpful tips and tricks I used to achieve this.
There really isn’t much about Greenow and McCombie House online, so following my previous post: Finding Greenow and McCombie House, this is a general tour of a Greenow House flat. Like I stated, Greenow and McCombie House are “sister houses” and are identical in design so you can expect the same architecture and furnishing in both.
This post is to help prospective students who can’t come to campus on the open-days to see what Greenow and McCombie House on the WhiteKnight Campus of the University of Reading really look like, and new students who may have a hard time finding this hall like I did.