I’ve always thought of learning things as absorbing some fixed kind of knowledge, with an end goal (usually an exam). But after a few years at university (I guess as I have become more of an adult), I have realised that there is no fixed syllabus for learning stuff anymore.
Trying to choose what you want to do and where you want to go is intimidating – it’s quite a big commitment, so it’s best to know what you’re getting yourself into.
University is a huge commitment of effort, time and money, so it’s best to make as good a decision as possible. Of course, you can switch later along the line, but it will cause less stress in the future if you do your research now. But where to start? You’re Doing It Wrong I come…
I recently got into watching addresses from successful and famous people at the Oxford Union, because I don’t have the time (or money) to see them live (see my post about What They Don’t Tell You About Oxford). One particularly interesting talk I listened to was given by the editor-in-chief of Vogue and general fashion…
Some of my hot takes about Oxford 🔥
Hopefully my post will give a glimpse into my daily life at Oxford, when everything is going normally.
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I came across Mark Manson’s post on the 7 Strange Questions that Help You Find Your Life Purpose. Here are my answers.