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The next job- so much is hazy

The unknown.   “It” will happen, thats for sure.  But what is “it?”  What will happen?  I’m faced with that today, and everyday (to be honest).  But today my thoughts reside with my future.  242 more words

Daily Prompt

The PhD cheat (Rousse)

‘Why have you recently made so much progress on writing up your PhD?’ barked the professor at the cowering student, as if this was a terrible crime. 147 more words

"Read this and call me in the morning"

-Darryl Herron, Tree Doctor

The forest floor may not always seem as impressive as the giant trees that congregate around it but it is probably one of the more interesting places you’re likely to come across. 776 more words


Full Steam Ahead

16th – 23rd April 2018

I got a bit caught up and completely forgot about writing this yesterday! I had a decent but fairly relaxed week last week in the end. 331 more words


KPMGVoice: The Changing Nature of Work: Why Lifelong Learning Matters More Than Ever

(Source: www.forbes.com)

We live in exciting and challenging times. Technology is making our world smaller and more connected, but also more complicated. On the economic front, nearly nine straight years of growth have driven unemployment down and, ­ finally, wages up. 638 more words

Money Matters

Education research and the teaching profession: Barriers and solutions

Tonight’s #aussieED Twitter chat has been advertised as talking about ‘bad research’ and ‘good research’, and also asking ‘where can a good teacher turn?’ for research. 1,158 more words




I’m Ella, twenty-three and born and raised in South East England. I graduated with a BSc (Hons) Medical Neuroscience from the University of Sussex in 2017, a year of which I spent studying abroad at the beautiful Uppsala Universitet, Sweden. 289 more words