What if Youth is Broken?
Hi everyone, Jen here. I struggle with how to word precisely what I wanted to talk about, yet I tried my best. So stick with me. In NUI Galway (where I am in my last year of college) there is a long corridor in one of the largest buildings, called the Concourse. Essentially, if you're … Continue reading Worry is The Treadmill of Emotions
Hi guys, I hope you're all fantastically well and like the new blog art! Long time, no blog - But for me, this one was extremely meaningful for me to write. Very recently, I have been quite busy. I know I should say the reason for this is due to entering my final year of … Continue reading My First Conference & The Bank of Life
Hello everyone, It's Jen here with another mildly odd set of musings that occurred to me recently. I hope you enjoy; There are an infinite number of seconds and minutes left in each of our lives. Whilst the time will come for all of us to die, we can't pinpoint the exact day and … Continue reading Dreams, Ambitions and Shamelessly Hustling for Them
Hello everyone, Jen here after a small hiatus. Let's get right into it, as I've no idea of a smooth transition into this topic. There have been things, like everyone else, in my life which I have perceived as inherently negative experiences. These experiences are defined, in my mind, as negative, by the filing system … Continue reading Shining In The Truth of Me
Hello everyone, As always, Jen here. Let's get right into it; I have not always made decisions that have benefited me. This stretches from what I eat, to whom I talk to and of course, how positive I choose to be on any given day. And yet, regardless of these choices, I am a twenty-one … Continue reading Starry Night And Concert Experiences
(Hello guys! My name is Jen, and welcome to my mind!) Hello everyone, This is surprisingly hard for me to admit, (which in itself upsets me) but I didn't always like who I am. I mean that sentence in the most subjective manner possible as I have found that in my most solitary moments I … Continue reading The Right to Leave the Herd – Standing Alone