For the past 5 years, I've been starting my day between 6 and 6:30am. Crazy? No. Happiness inducing? Yes! I've been a proud early riser from a young age, with my Mum claiming that I was "awake before the birds" as I rushed downstairs excitedly to view my favourite animated series - Arthur, whilst wrapped… Continue reading Health & wellness – A discovery journey
Our final day in Florida had rapidly approached, after what had been an incredible, memorable and fun packed venture with the most wonderful group of people who I expect to be friends for life. The experience left me feeling both blessed and hopeful, whilst remaining optimistic for future experiences abroad. I can't wait to be… Continue reading Florida: Day nine and ten 🇱🇷
My second University year is quickly approaching an end, and what an incredible year it's been! I've expanded on my knowledge, developed new interests and, wholeheartedly, become more confident as an Animal Behaviourist. I'm currently away from Bangor for the Easter break, as I focus heavily on my studies in preparation for my upcoming May… Continue reading A farm reunion and my new goat companion!
Exam season is quickly approaching, as we've reached the end of our Easter break. I hope everybody has had a productive break whilst remembering the importance of relaxing. I wanted to share some revision tips, as a second-year Undergraduate Student. Revision tips in which I am constantly modifying and evolving in a bid to become… Continue reading Revision tips – Second year Undergraduate Student
"There will always be a reason why you meet people. Either you need them to change your life or you're the one that will change theirs". I had the privilege of meeting my wonderful, courageous friend, Olivia, through the use of social media. She very kindly opted to share her story about how rats have… Continue reading Olivia’s story: Animals + mental health
To my knowledge, everybody on the Autistic spectrum struggles with different aspects. Whether that's beginning a conversation, using public transport alone or becoming comfortable with wearing only a specific brand/item of clothing. For example, I'm obsessed with (vegan) Doc Martens and no longer feel comfortable wearing other footwear types. My friends Etta and Ava (also… Continue reading Autism and me – An insight into my characteristics
The sun was gleaming down on what was set to be the hottest day we had encountered throughout the duration of the Florida trip. I was still suffering the (often confusing) effects of jet lag gained from both a combination of travelling and a significant different in time zones between The US and The UK.… Continue reading Florida: Day eight 🇺🇸