I’ve written a new piece for Times Higher Education’s Student section, which features advice for managing a part-time postgraduate course. You can read the piece here.
If you’ve studied part-time, I’d love to hear about your experience. If you’re thinking about starting a part-time course and have a question to ask, I’ll happily answer. Comment below or tweet me and I’ll get back to you.
Thanks for reading!
In the hallway, our childhood photos sit side by side. Occasionally we pause on the stairs, noticing the marked similarities – the full faces, full fringes. I am three, at nursery completing a puzzle, looking away as if I already know where the pieces fit. You are sitting down, tucked neatly next to your sister.
Trigger warning: eating disorders, weight, anxiety.
I recently mentioned that publishing certain blog posts makes me feel vulnerable. This is one of them. I tiptoed around this idea for a while and decided that it’s part of an important conversation that I want to contribute to.
So, imagine gaining weight. Not a few pounds, but a few stone. How does that make you feel?
My podcast habit is still going strong, so I thought now would be a good time to follow up on November’s round-up of my favourites. Here’s a short list of additions.
How much of myself am I giving away?
This is a question I’ve been thinking about recently. I manage digital channels for a living, check in with social media daily and write about my life online. My Facebook profile is private, but I have public Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn accounts. Although a benefit of those platforms is being able to engage with new people and organisations that I may not otherwise discover, I occasionally find how accessible I am unnerving.