Wordplay is one of life’s greatest pleasures. So I’ve compiled a few of my favourite examples to brighten your day. If it’s crude, rude or even nude it might just have made the list. Prepare yourself.
3 big logotherapy life lessons I learnt from Viktor E. Frankl’s “Man’s Search For Meaning”.
The best people in life are nosey. People watching is a common hobby, shared by everyone from the resolute novel writer in the coffee shop to the bleary-eyed commuter on the tube. And with the meteoric popularity of movements like Humans Of New York… Continue Reading “Spatial Awareness vs. People Watching”
*to be read in hushed voice-over* And here, we observe the recently hired graduatus, or in the common tongue, ‘graduate’, inspecting their new surroundings. Inquisitive, rosy-cheeked and fresh-faced, this young individual practically oozes relief. Observe his surroundings; fresh pastures, lush vegetation and vibrant flora abound.… Continue Reading “If David Attenborough Narrated the Graduate Job Hunt…”
There have been some fantastic films out in the past year (let’s just ignore The Legend of Hercules). And being the nerdy English graduate that I am and with the year soon drawing to a close, I fancied writing some haiku about some of the… Continue Reading “Film Reviews as Haiku”
Not many recent graduates (in fact NONE as far as I’m aware), can say that they’ve held down a series of part-time jobs, completed a degree, had an active social life AND successfully trained to become a professional female jockey of all things by the… Continue Reading “Grill the Graduate – Lizzie Kelly – Professional Jockey”