I’m writing this post on a plane. My surroundings are as such: cold because as always the air I cannot reach is blowing full force onto my hands, I am obviously in the center seat because why wouldn’t I be (elbows pulled in tight to avoid light contact with strangers – because everyone who knows me knows I hate random light contact), the two strangers are both men that have decided to take naps and take over the armrests on both sides (lucky them – I am too excited to nap and to afraid of contact to take over the armrests), and in front of me is a tiny tv screen and a place to swipe your card. 1,090 more words
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The recent annual Destination of Leavers of Higher Education survey confirmed that graduates who left university last summer entered a rather better jobs market than their peers from the year before. 301 more words
Sometimes it can be extremely difficult to get a grip on things. In fact, sometimes it seems impossible to get a grip on things.
My supervisor uses a great statement to describe how my entire year is going to be in my assistantship, “we are building the plane as we are flying it.” For the purpose of my blog, I am going to take her words and manipulate them slightly to fit my theme. 819 more words