10th June 2021

How to Set Goals You’ll Stick To

If you are a high achiever you probably already have experience with setting personal goals. You may be familiar with setting SMART goals. The strategy of setting SMART goals sounds good. You might have learned about them in school, in a course or workshop. So why don’t they work? In this blog post, I will teach you about a goal-setting strategy that you may not be familiar with: OKRs, or Objective and Key Results. They are mostly used in business but you should use them too to achieve your personal goals.
2nd June 2021

How to Live Slowly

I get stressed out very easily. If you are like me, you have tried everything from meditation, yoga, breathing exercises, taking walks to being in nature. […]
26th May 2021

How to Deal with Stereotype Threat

Stereotype threat can have detrimental effects on groups that have stereotypes associated with them, for example marginalised groups. It is vital that you learn how to deal with stereotype threat so that you do not fall prey to it. In this post, I will tell you what stereotype threat is, how it works, and what you can do to overcome it.
19th May 2021

How to Get Motivated

It can be hard to get motivated to do your work, chores, or homework. With constant notifications on your phone and a whole library of films and videos on your computer, it seems like there is always something to distract us. Especially during the pandemic, it can be difficult to focus on your work if you’re working or studying from home. So, I will give you some tips on how I stay motivated.
12th May 2021

The Art of Reflection

The art of reflection consists of building your self-awareness and constantly reflecting on your behaviour, beliefs, desires, and wishes in order to improve in all aspects of your life. Therefore, reflection is a critical skill not only for your career but for your personal life as well. So, I will present you with some tips that have helped me reflect and become more self-aware. Although feedback is a vital part of reflection, I will be helping you with some ways that you can reflect on your own.
28th April 2021

Female-led inspirational Instagram accounts to follow

March marked International Women’s Day (IWD), where women’s social, economic, cultural, and political achievements were celebrated globally. IWD is also an important day to raise awareness about global issues that women face such as gender equality, reproductive rights and violence against women. To commemorate the work of influential women, I will be sharing three top Instagram profiles, all run by amazing women!
21st April 2021

Let’s talk about Resilience and Rejection

According to the dictionary, resilience is defined as ‘the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties.’ The type of difficulty can vary massively but today, we’ll focus […]
14th April 2021

Money Saving tips for Students

Adapting to University can be difficult for some: new environment, new content to learn, new way of life. But one thing that many students get excited about is money! All U.K. students are eligible to receive a student loan and for many people, this is the first time they have money to manage. Therefore, budgeting really matters! Below, I will be sharing some of my top money saving tips for students.
7th April 2021


Below are some of the methods I used to stay consistent with learning French however, these tips can be applied to practically all types of goals.
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