Balancing Act 2.0

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I wrote a blog a few months ago about how to deal with balancing work, university, relationships and just general everyday life.

Now, writing this one I probably should have taken my own advice more from the first one.

Since writing that blog I’ve started a full time job, working towards my degree, writing a dissertation and having to deal with some personal issues.

You’d think that starting a full time job and only having one day off a week would stop me going out as much.

I’d love to tell you that this is the case, but I think the fact that I’ve got a limited time left as a student left made me want to go to Gobble even more.

About now in late April it really starts to hit you that you’ve only got a month left of being a student – so you should probably make the most of it.

At the time of writing this blog I have deadlines in for about three modules. I also have to go to work in about an hour and have another blog to write.

I will be needing to get a lot better acquainted with the library and my computer to get all the work done that I need.

But I am looking forward to putting together my final project and seeing everything come together.

I want to enjoy my last few weeks as a university student, but I am excited to go and carry on with my job at the Sentinel, and focus on doing my best in that too.

Hopefully these final few weeks of uni will be as good as the last two years!



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Hi, I'm Emma! I graduated from Staffordshire University in July 2016 in Journalism.

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