How To Stay Motivated When The Journey Seems Impossible

How to Stay Motivated When The Journey Seems Impossible

*The PhD edition.

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 A PhD at some point or another feels impossible.

The oasis of positive hope seems like an absolute mirage.

A cruel, cruel mirage.

So how does one navigate?

For my tips to Stay Motivated When The Journey Seems Impossible

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January Essentials

A Few of my most loved and most used items in January that have helped make the month and the start to 2017 a productive one! What have you used?

Read on for my January Essentials!

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3 Podcasts To Look Forward To Every Week

3 Podcasts To Look Forward To Every Week

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So I’m pretty late to the podcast party but now I’ve found myself there I just don’t want to leave! Here are a few of my favourites and 3 Podcasts To Look Forward To Every Week!

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Who Do You Want To Be In 2017?

Happy New Year All!

Who Do You Want To Be in 2017?

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There is

magic and power in a fresh new page; 

a clean slate of opportunity.

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Why Your Indian Friends Don’t Cook

Why Your Indian Friends Don’t Cook

Ever wondered why your Indian friends don’t cook?

I’m referring mostly to the (second/third generation) that may not cook that much…if they can help it!

Here’s an explanation as to why (if they’re anything like me!)

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How To Tackle Life After A Death

How To Tackle Life After A Death

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It’s been a fair while, hasn’t it?

I’ve been a bit out of the blogging loop for a while but writing this now has reminded me how much my soul needs to let it out, regardless of who’s listening.

 I’m sure you’ll understand the reasons for my absence.

How to tackle life after death, after two close deaths?

Let’s just say difficult is a bit of an understatement. Deaths on both sides of the family have meant torn loyalties and trying to be in two places at once – quite unsuccessfully and slightly at the risk of my PhD.

And so, here’s the way I’ve reframing.

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