Tags » Study

No. 49 午 noon


音読 On reading: ゴ

訓読 Kun reading: (うま)

英語 meaning/translation: noon, (7th sign of Chinese zodiac ”horse”)

日本語能力試験 JLPT Level: N5

composita: 午後 ごご afternoon, p.m. 29 more words

Japanese

The Proposed Domestic Violence (Amendments) Act 2017 (old law, Domestic Violence Act 1994)

The Domestic Violence Act 1994 (hereinafter referred to as “the DVA 1994“) only provides protection for children, family members and spouses (including “de facto… 784 more words

Writing

What to take to university

There are a million and one posts about what to take to university that say things like bedding and a frying pan and a picture of your cat. 1,496 more words

Freshers

‘Psychologically speaking do stupid people know that they’re stupid? Or are they too dumb to realise?’

‘The answer to this savage question, which a friend sent to me a few days ago, is surprisingly complex. Whilst highly intelligent people are more accurate in guessing their smartness, self-estimations of IQ are universally poor, with most variation attributable to personality differences. 689 more words

Another Loaf Of (Delicious) Bread

Hello!

I hope I’ve found you sitting in a comfortable chair, on a beautiful day and you are feeling quite spectacular. But If those aren’t your current circumstances, That Is More Than Okay because This Blog Update Is About Bread. 635 more words

Inspiration

Why you should consider Oldham Bethel Church as a Manchester student

A-level results are out and I hope you got the grades and university you wanted. If you are coming to one of the Manchester Universities (University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan or Royal Northern College of Music), I wonder if you have given any thought to what church you will attend when you get here? 1,028 more words

Procrastination & links to further helpful resources from MTP

Why Do We Procrastinate?

There are two things we tell ourselves that tend to drive procrastination:

  1. “It’s going to be a pain.” 
    1. expect a task to be unpleasant,
  2. 843 more words
Canberra Psychologist