After 20 years of education, an undergrad degree, masters degree and lived abroad for year later, and suddenly you have to make the transition from student to adult. You have to get your first job, you are suddenly working 9-5, or 8 -6 for the first time in your life, and your weekends are no … Continue reading The First Job After University
It's an interesting one, while most football fans follow their own club on social media, football supporters also follow a number of EPL and WSL club's on Twitter or regularly see their tweets appear on their feed. Whether it is a meme, a viral tweet, a new signing, match day commentary, informative information regarding tickets, … Continue reading How do Premier League and Women’s Super League clubs’ use Twitter?
The realities of being a masters student differs for everyone, but one thing is for certain: the stress of writing a dissertation. Back in September last year, and even through to February, I had envisioned writing my dissertation in cute (over priced) London cafes, the university library, and spending a fortune on trains to interview … Continue reading The Realities of Being a Master’s Student: Dissertation, Internship and the end.
Never did I imagine that I would have virtual lectures, or trying to write a group assignment over Zoom and Google Docs, but here we are in the last week of May and I've just submitted my last assignment of my masters. Okay, slight exaggeration, I've still got an exam in June and a dissertation … Continue reading The Reality of Being a Masters Student: Virtual Lectures, Group Assignments and Remote Exams
Lockdown is hard, but we have to do it. Switching off is also hard, especially when you are someone who loves being on the go, and productive. It’s not a competitive thing, I don’t measure myself on what others are putting on their instagram stories during lockdown, but it’s my personality type of thing. I … Continue reading Finding It Hard To Switch Off