Overcoming The Fear Of My Pandemic Dissertation

Published 24th January 2021 by The Indiependent.

Love Letters To My 20s: A Fortnightly Column On The Stigma Surrounding Our Twenties.

“If you can remove your ego from a process, then there really isn’t any difference between success and failure. They’re just both parts of a process. You shouldn’t look at a failure as something terrible, it just is what it is, and you shouldn’t look at success as something great, it just is what it is.” – Elizabeth DayHow To Fail.

Look, I know you didn’t want to be reminded about your dissertation (or indeed any other upcoming deadline) at this time on a Sunday morning. We like to talk about boys, tequila and ‘finding yourself’ here, but this week my time as a wild and reckless twenty-one year old has become completely consumed by a bastard 10,000 word document, so that’s what we’re going to be talking about.

Whether you’re working or studying from home at the moment, the likelihood is that you regularly want to bash your head against the wall, like me. Sitting cross-legged on your bed, and thinking about all of the times that you took the library for granted, seems to be part and parcel of…

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