As an island girl who moved into a first world country like the United Kingdom, whenever I travel back home I’m always getting questions about the different aspects of living in England. So, for those of you from the TCI, and those who may be thinking about travelling to or moving to England, here are my answers to a few questions I often get. Continue reading 5 Questions People Always Ask About England/Leicester
One of the worst things we can do is blame everyone and everything around us for the problems we face as individuals.
Your job caused this… The government caused that… Your kids, your friends, your wife, your baby mama… everyone else but YOU… is responsible for the problems you now face.
Now take a moment and let this sink in.
“It only takes one person to change YOUR life: YOU” ~ Unknown
If you’ve been keeping up with my blog posts since I started, you’ll know that I am currently studying at the University of Leicester. Before that however, like most students planning to study in the U.K do, I completed a 2 year A-Level programme.
And since I grew up on the island of Grand Turk, and the only school offering A-Levels was the British West Indies Collegiate on the island of Providenciales, I had to pack up at the age of 16 and leave the comfort of my parents home for what I later learned would be the worst two years of my entire life. Continue reading My A-Level Experience – What I Learned
So in my last post I gave you a few tips for your first year of uni. But before you pack up and leave your parent’s house, you have to know where you’re actually headed.
Since every university differs, I decided to break down a few things to consider before you make your final choice in four categories: Continue reading Things to Consider When Choosing A Uni