Letters. Those things in the mailbox that aren't thrown in the trash right away. When somebody sits down and put their thoughts down on a piece of paper and ship it off with a forty-nine cent stamp. Nowadays, there are many ways to communicate. You can use Snapchat, Facebook, Periscope, even the ancient art of e-mail to name a few. People can use 140 characters or show breakfast with a dozen hashtags and filters. Writing letters seems to be a lost art. They take time and thoughtfulness. When I write someone every other week, I can't put every detail of my life. I have to be selective, not like social media, but in a different way.
I like to be an organised person, so I like making an action plan of what I am going to do and giving myself deadlines. I am capable of procrastination very easily and so this method often makes sure I stick to my plan and don’t give up. So I wrote a step by step… Continue reading My Vision Plan
So my first semester of final year is over and what a start it has been. Thrown in the deep end with four modules each with double lectures as well as lab work for my dissertation, the workload has been on the edge of crippling. But, i have powered through, achieved grades i am proud… Continue reading Semester 1 is over!
So I am back to planning my next expedition… this time I think it might end up being a solo trip! That both scares the living daylights out of me and thrills me at the same time. Traveling alone as a young women is a scary thought; when I told my mum her response was… Continue reading Wanderlust…
My name is Abigail, and I am an obsessive planner… I admit it. I am so forward thinking in fact, that I have a beautiful five year plan written out which is constantly updated. My little black book that sits in my handbag or on my desk, constantly providing me reasons to work hard and… Continue reading Planners Anonymous