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Hi. It’s been a while. I’ve remembered this blog a lot in the last few weeks. More than once, I’ve thought, I need to post again soon. But I haven’t. To be honest, I’ve had the time. Especially since my exams (and my whole degree, in fact) ended in June, I could’ve done a two whole months of blogging by now. But I didn’t, for a number of reasons. First of all, I felt scared… Read More

Boy, I will do anything for a bit of alliteration. But alliteration aside (see what I did there?), today I am coming to you with some thoughts about comparison. I’m sure most of us have subjected ourselves to this at one point or another in our lives: looking at ourselves, or at something we’ve done, and undermining it because someone else is further or seemingly better off. In my first year of university, I lived… Read More

Ever since I started properly blogging, I hoped my words were reaching someone out there. I know that blogging is not about the numbers, but I couldn’t help being excited about a hint or two that people were actually reading my writing. It took a lot of wistful staring at the stats page and swallowing my fear to talk to veteran bloggers and, of course, actually posting content (more or less) regularly. And a… Read More

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