Dyscalculia is often mistakenly labelled as maths dyslexia, however, the term is defined as a condition that involves severe difficulties with mathematics. Both conditions create a learning barrier surrounding maths, but dyscalculia goes beyond the struggles that dyslexia … [Read more...] about Dyscalculia vs Maths Dyslexia
To have been asked to write this is, in truth, a shock. Sure, I post my stuff on Instagram and sure, I appreciate likes and follows like anyone else, but for someone to have contacted me and asked me to write about my journaling journey based on that is just insane. Nonetheless, … [Read more...] about Journaling: why I do it and what it does for me
Whether you’re just starting out with your university journey or it’s the beginning of the end as a final year (relatable), there’s always something that you’ll forget to bring to your uni room! Plants Everyone will recommend buying fake plants but I’m going to change it … [Read more...] about Uni Room Essentials
If you’re a student living in Sheffield, the chances of you needing a car to get around is pretty slim. Most places- such as the library, train station and student union are within walking distance. However, if you need to get to places faster or travel further out- you may … [Read more...] about Learning How to Drive During a Pandemic
Jordan B Peterson released 12 Rules for Life in 2018 as a story-based self-help guide for young people. The book lays out simple principles, the 12 rules, which aim to help the reader develop their discipline, integrity, and internal balance. Jordan B Peterson is a Canadian … [Read more...] about Everything we can learn from the 12 Rules for Life
Don't order Guinness last - I love a Guinness as much as the next person but to have the perfect serve on this pint, it requires time to settle. This means that if you order after we've already pulled the rest of your drinks, you're going to just have to sit and wait, it takes … [Read more...] about Eight things bar workers want you to know
Cancel culture has never been more prominent than it is today. But what does it truly mean to be 'cancelled'? Is it career-ending and is it toxic within modern society or the tough love version of holding someone accountable? What is 'cancel culture'? Cancel culture is … [Read more...] about Cancel culture: Let’s talk about it…
It was around April time in 2019 when I had started to think about the long summer ahead of me. It was nearing the end of my first year at university, and I knew I needed to get a summer job that’d keep me busy, but nothing was really taking my fancy. I began to think maybe my … [Read more...] about My experience with Camp Canada!