I have recently had a number of people contact me over on my Instagram account with worries about making friends at uni when they start this September. My response to all of these messages has been don't worry! Just in case this is how you're feeling too, I have listed some reasons as to why … Continue reading Making friends at uni
I know for many of you this time of year can be nerve racking. The dreaded results day! Whether you had your A Level results last week or have your GCSE results this week, I wanted to check in with you all to say good luck or congratulations but, most importantly, don't panic if the … Continue reading Relax About Results Day
In the two years that I have been training as a nurse I have encountered death several times across three of my four placements. Towards the end of my last placement with the district nursing team, I was talking to a family member who was caring for their mother at the end of life who … Continue reading How to deal with the death of a patient
Welcome August! My last month as a second year student nurse! This is now the countdown to my third year at university so I have decided to pack August with a combination of trying out new activities, going away, visiting friends, baking, keeping fit, prepping for my dissertation and resting up before the final push … Continue reading Hello August
Saturday was my last day at the pharmacy which I have worked at for nearly two and a half years. This was my first job and I started there when I was in sixth form completing my A Levels. This was a perfect first job! I had the opportunity to work with a small but … Continue reading Leaving the Pharmacy
Last week I finished my nine week placement with the district nurses. I am happy to now have a break for summer but also upset that this placement had to end! I absolutely loved this placement. I have always envisioned myself working within a hospital setting until this placement. I am sure that once I … Continue reading Daily Life of a District Nurse
Whether you are soon to start another year at school, college or university or whether you are starting one of these for the first time, my biggest top tip is to get yourself organised and prepared in advance to really hit the ground running. I am often complimented on my organisational skills so I thought … Continue reading Get Organised!