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Report_ Canada #remembertobreathe

To step out of a plane on the other side of the North Atlantic Ocean for the very first time was exhilarating and exciting. Until then I only saw pretty pictures of various landscapes, mountains and the main image that stuck in my mind was a beautiful lake with autumn trees around and cloudy sky reflecting in water. 670 more words


This is Dedicated...

As I was browsing through my dissertation to prepare final reports for partners, I came across my dedication.  And I regretted that I did not include it in my defense presentation (see next blog post), because crafting this dedication meant a lot to me and encapsulated some of the most meaningful influences on my life and career.   57 more words

Work Is Sanuk

AGE 27

june 28 2014

AGE 27

janurary. my brithday is not in january, i will not say which month my birthday is in, except that for the Year of Age 27, I was 27 for the majority of that year. 1,007 more words

True Art

I had to write a ten thousand word dissertation once
I tried and I tried but the best I could hand in was 5,000
“Where are the rest of the words”, asked my tutor… 56 more words


Reflections: From Dissertation to Book

It might be a bit early for me to write this post since I’m still working through my second chapter, but after Ken Wissocker, the editor-in-chief of Duke University Press, visited our workshop last Tuesday, I wanted to share and reflect on his helpful insights and suggestions to think about the life my project might take on after and beyond the dissertation. 813 more words


A fishy weekend in Plymouth

The last few weeks have been full of assignments, dissertation proposals, ethics protocols and organising visits to science centres… 3rd year is busy!

I took last weekend off and spent it with friends. 241 more words


A long night of movies await!

After last fortnights mental break down, I am pleased to say that I am back on track.

I have picked myself back up from the floor, dusted myself down, and done the task(s) she set out for me. 296 more words