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A GCSE Triumph and a return to College.

A lot has been said about the mess that the UK government have made of both A-Level and GCSE results this year. In many ways you could argue that, given the ongoing situation in the world with Covid-19 and everything that's associated with it, it was likely that the process of awarding grades to students… Continue reading A GCSE Triumph and a return to College.

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Lockdown

Things ate kind of strange at the moment for all of us, no matter where in the world we might be. In the UK at least, we've been in lockdown for the past three weeks, with a further three week extension announced by the government earlier this week. For most, unless you fall into the… Continue reading Lockdown

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Thoughts on panic-buying

Image source: Twitter.com/emilyrclays The world is a strange place at the moment. Anyone heading to Tesco this morning could easily be forgiven for thinking that it was Christmas Eve, given how busy it was. I went at 7.30am and the car park was rammed full. Shoppers were already loading their vehicles with what looked like… Continue reading Thoughts on panic-buying

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S.A.D and forced festive frivolity.

I've been watching a lot of Christmas films the past few weeks. Many of them appalling TV movies that wouldn't have a hope of making it into the cinema. But they all have one key thing in common.

Blogs, Gaming, mental health

My Overwatch addiction

Would I say that I am actually addicted? Probably. But is that such a bad thing?

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Don’t fear change. Embrace it.

Change is something that many of us find hard to deal with and to embrace. We get comfortable and then we're more than happy to just plod along in the same way that we have been because it feels safe, and we all just want to feel safe, right? But change isn't something that should… Continue reading Don’t fear change. Embrace it.