Hey All ! I thought I would share with you some of my favourite travel and language memes that are oh so relatable.. sometimes painfully so! Enjoy ! .. This is now a group conversation. .. a little too relatable if you ask me. .. If this doesn't inspire you to travel solo I don't… Continue reading What do you meme? (pun intended)
So i've been studying French for many many years but it has to be said.. as someone that hates maths, I still have a unique dislike for the way numbers are formed in French. I saw the picture below and had to share it because the struggle is so real. 😓 … Continue reading Storytime: I said I was born in 1900.
So as I am slowly approaching the end of my degree, I felt it was time to share a little bit about how I am trying to remain sane through all the chaos that is assessments, grades, feedback and hours of revision. 1. Chocolate A little bit of comfort eating never killed anyone… Continue reading Stress Management
1. Plan.. Plan.. Plan. - Research the area you are going to. - Figure out a budget. Know how much money you have and write down every individual cost, from checking in a suitcase at the airport to the amount of money you are setting aside for meals. - Research your travel options and figure out… Continue reading 3 Tips for Solo Travel
Makes: - You are happier: honestly I am my happiest when I am travelling. It gets me every time and literally turns me into a child. So not only are you happy whilst travelling but you stay on this travel high for a while. I would go as far as saying that you are naturally… Continue reading How Travel Makes & Breaks You
Firstly.. Happy New Year to you all ! (.. I know it's verging on the end of month). I hope you are doing well and I wish you the best in 2019 !Here are some things I would like to do in 2019.. if I don't complete these things, then that is not an issue.… Continue reading New Years Resolu- PLANS.
Language learning can be quite a tiring, continuous thing and let's be honest, nobody wants to have to spend hours and hours with their head stuck in a grammar book. I like to use YouTube as a way to learn French, from watching more academic videos to enjoying a good vlog. For me it's important… Continue reading Learn French – YouTube
A few months ago a friend asked me the following, “Name 3 places that you want to travel to”. My automatic response was: "Oh.. can I choose 30?". I ended up saying.. Barbados, Japan & Switzerland. My thought process was literally: somewhere sunny, somewhere with unique stationery and somewhere with beautiful architecture. Here is my actual… Continue reading My Travel Destination Wishlist
So in September I started my MA in Translation & Interpreting and it's safe to say it has been intense. What have I been up to? 1. Public Service Interpreting. Every week we do role plays that will prepare us for interpreting within the public service field. The topics we have covered so far range… Continue reading Life as an MA Translation & Interpreting Student
Hello All ! Here is a list of the books I purchased whilst in Quebec. I have included the information from the back cover/blurb firstly in French and then it's followed by an English translation. This is so that if you wish to purchase any of the books, you have a good understanding of what… Continue reading French Book Haul