Hiya I’m Hannah and I’m a second year English student at Loughborough University.
“The best university is the university of life” (Henrique Capriles Radonski) – but I couldn’t imagine my life without what university has taught me!
Dear my lovely readers, I hope you are all well, and excited for the holiday period. As I was writing this, I was on the train from Loughborough back to London.
Going to start this off by saying this is my last blog entry, so thank you to everyone that’s read it over the last 12 months!
I’ve always been one for travel, whether it’s closer to home and a quick camping trip to Wales, or sampling basically every culinary dish I could in Singapore.
Ten years ago, I was at Judo. I was fighting this boy, as we fell to the floor and grappled to score a point I felt an emotion towards him. An emotion that I didn’t understand nor was it explained I should feel this towards another boy.
One of the best things about University is that it becomes perfectly normal to celebrate Christmas not once, but twice every year. But Christmas at uni isn’t like your usual winter festivities: everything is slightly more manic, slightly less sophisticated and all the more fun for it.
So recently I have been on a road trip down the South West of Australia! Our journey was from Perth, to Mandurah, Bunbury, Bussleton, Yallingup, Margaret River, Augusta, Walpole, Albany and back to Perth.
This month has been a bit of a whirlwind for me – I think I say this every month but it truly seems to have just flown by!
People often use the analogy of being a fish in a tank, for example being a small fish in a big tank.