I won’t lie to you…this term has definitely beaten the absolute living hell out of me. For many people, university is the best years of their lives but for me, it has been a constant rollercoaster of ups and downs (more downs then I would like to admit, really). It took me a long time to admit I was struggling at university, not necessarily with the work but just…attending, I guess. Many a night, I have laid in bed and pondered upon how I could make living the university life easier for myself as a student. So, here are a few points from my uni survival guide.
Back in April, I went to Paris which was the first trip I’ve ever taken without parental supervision and to say it was eventful would be an understatement.
Anyone who knows me would know that Paris has been a dream destination of mine ever since I could remember. I’ve always wanted to climb to the top of the Eiffel Tower and gaze out to the beautiful city ahead and on the weekend of April the 20th 2018, I ticked off one of the things I’ve always dreamed of doing off of my bucket list.
For me, it wasn’t that long ago that I actually was just 16 years old but my Lord, so much has changed since then.
There’s been times that I thought about everything that I would’ve changed, or what I know now which I knew back then. I could probably write a whole book on the advice I wish I could’ve given teenage Georgia, but that would take far too long, so here is 10:
Over the course of the holidays writing this blog post has been in the back of my mind as I have continuously pondered on what to write. I wanted to write about something I felt strongly about, one where I could voice my opinion slightly more. And then something happened over the course of Christmas and it became clear to me what it was that I should write about and at first I didn't know how to go about it. Now, I feel like I've found that way and it is a blog post in the style of a letter.
Dear Logan Paul,