In this post, I will outline my top 5 study techniques and tools and give advice on how to use them too!
If you could experience all the lives you could’ve lived, would you? This is my book review of Matt Haig’s ‘The Midnight Library’
This post illustrates my best advice and resources, when it comes to learning German🇩🇪 (which everyone should try learn!)
The first instalment of my public chess journal entry, where I document my progress towards chess mastery
Here’s the method I used to learn and understand all the hard concepts from my university entrance exams!
Everything is so calm at night. I know some people might feel scared to be walking alone at night, especially in some dangerous areas, but for me a silent, peaceful atmosphere is essentially a free therapy session. It feels relaxing to know everyone around you is getting ready to call it a day and go... Continue Reading →
Some of my Skylanders😎😎😎 Hey friends, hope we’re all keeping well. I’ve recently been really hooked and interested in games from my childhood (not the Squid Game type of games), which has led me down a pretty big rabbit hole…again. 🤦🏻♂️ I’ve actually gone down this ‘childhood reminiscence’ phase before during lockdown, when I had... Continue Reading →