A brief guide for where to find relevant experience as a psychology undergraduate student
We all struggle to keep focus when studying. Some of us even use music to keep our attention. But does music actually help you study?
Three of the most helpful tools for preventing a panic attack which can be used anytime, anywhere, and without any tools.
Shin splints (technically called medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS), but who has time for dat). If you’ve got them, there is no doubt they are causing you come grief. Shin splints are most often experienced by athletes or people who exercise regularly during running About 2 weeks ago I had the pleasure of stepping off... Continue Reading →
Whether you are a provisional psychologist, newly registered, or are interested in the practice of psychology, this post will give you my top 5 picks to texts that have helped me in the first 3 years of my psychology career!
In my time as a post-graduate psychology intern, I did a lot of travel throughout New South Wales, Australia. My favourite location of all was Armidale. Armidale is located in the Northern Tablelands, New South Wales, halfway between Sydney and Brisbane. It can be reached 567km north of Sydney along the New England Highway and... Continue Reading →
A step-by-step guide on how to hang your gallery wall. A cheap alternative to fancy and expensive art, perfect for any student looking spruce up their room with the least amount of pennies possible.
I am the first person to validate saving is hard! I love my full-time wage lifestyle; and since returning to university, adjusting to a student wage lifestyle has been difficult. Below are a couple of realistic tips that have helped me so far! 1: Have a piggy bank Yep. Pretend you are 10 years old... Continue Reading →