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.
Tai Chi was originally developed as a martial art in 13th-century China, and has remained a key part of Chinese culture ever since. ️🥋 Learning Tai Chi has been a real learning experience, and completely different to what I expected it would be!
After leaving the world of blogging when I started uni in 2017 and only dipping in and out since then, I’ve come to realise that blogging actually did me a world of good. I enjoy writing, because it helps me sort out my thoughts into something coherent, and I can create something that I can…
Day 1 Arrived 20 minutes early (because of the trains, it was a choice between 20 mins early or 10 mins late. I always go for early).
With exams coming up, I came across this video about the Feynman Technique that helps you learn and revise stuff more effectively. Essentially, you should use simple terms to explain the idea, as if to a new student.