Stranded en Paris!
Posted by Nia in Media and Communication on March 30, 2015
After returning from an enjoyable visit at my parents house in France, I was due to fly to Holland to visit my aunt for another week away – anything to distract myself from my studies! I’m a very nervous flyer so it’s easy for my mind to jump from 0-100 within a matter of minutes. […]
Posted in Leisure | Tagged France, language, student, the University of Leicester, travelling abroad, travelling alone
Stop the pressure and get back to you!
Posted by Nia in Media and Communication on February 28, 2015
There is always such an intense pressure on students and youngsters in general, to gain employment at an incredibly fast pace. From the minute we are shoved into the education system to the minute we attempt to leave, we are introduced to the heart wrenching, hair pulling concept of pressure. Occasionally, we forget about it […]
Posted in Employment | Tagged calm, Communications, education, employment, further education, happiness, life, panic, remaining calm, student, University of Leicester
Home is where the heart is
Posted by Nia in Media and Communication on July 30, 2014
Since I’ve been 16 years old, my parents have lived in the South-West of France. Of course there are times when I consider my situation to be undesirable, however this is very rarely (and usually during times when I am feeling sorry for myself after being struck with a cold and in need a mum […]
Posted in Friends, Holiday, Stress | Tagged family, France, happiness, home, student, Travelling, University of Leicester