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Let me introduce myself.

I am me. Do not know who else to be….

I am a constant work in progress (I am surprised by how much work I actually am… 171 more words

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Meet Rebecca and her new blog :) from the snowy Lapland! And hey, check her poetry haha she's fun!

Higher Perspective

It’s a website I discovered while my husband was away on business and I could not sleep. I can’t remember how I got there but I was glued to it for the next 3 hours. 175 more words



There are times when I just break and it’s one of those days. I probably will have nightmares for a long while.

My friend shared an instaquote via DM on Instagram earlier. 211 more words


How to get to London as a student

So as you guys know, I’ve been to and from London a lot this week! And I’ve found that the buses (which run to and from the university itself) are an absolute lifesaver on a student budget! 245 more words

Student Life

Outcomes for Adolescents and Young Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Earlier reports from different parts of the world reported fair to poor outcome of ASD in adolescence and young adult life. Method: Eighty children diagnosed as ASD from a public clinic and a day care centre for adolescent made the study sample. 1,210 more words


Queueing behaviour

There is no ‘rule of six’ – the truth about the science of queueing

Every Saturday at 7am, Adrian Furnham, professor of psychology at University College London, can be found shopping at his local supermarket. 64 more words

Behavioral Economics

trust in the workplace presentation

For one of my classes, Personality Types and Team Dynamics, we had a guest speaker come. A good friend of my professor, who has been living in Japan for the past 15 years or so, gave a talk on trust in the workplace. 83 more words