Read a piece I wrote for the Thesis Whisperer which was recently uploaded. Universities are big places, some of them have a lot of students to manage and complex timelines to administer. Most of the time, I hope, the administration of your degree will be invisible to you, but, when things break down, you can … Continue reading Dealing With Administrative Grief
The last few weeks have been very busy. Interviewing for positions, deciding on which offer to accept, grading papers, house hunting and packing! I am starting a new position on Monday at the University of Northampton as a criminology lecturer at their new Waterside campus. I am very excited about the opportunities I am going … Continue reading We’re Moving!
The other week I had my first trip to Brighton and my first time attending a Pride Parade. Best of all I got to do it with my kitty lover, former neighbour, bestie Ginni! Gin and I were neighbours about seven years ago. One day she adopted a kitty and I was a kitty mum … Continue reading Brighton Pride Parade
I gave podcasts a bit of a break this month and guess what? It gives you a lot more time to read! Please send books 🙂 Eggshell Skull, Bri Lee All that Remains: A Life in Death, Sue Black A Cook’s Tour: Anthony Bourdain Memoirs of a Radical Lawyer, Michael Mansfield Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell Home … Continue reading July Book Reads
Before the onslaught of marking papers starts again I’ve been trying to read as much as possible. For the month of June, I read: Women & Power: A Manifesto, Mary Beard Six Stories, Matt Wesolowski The Adversary, Emmanuel Carrère Kitchen Confidential: Insider’s Edition, Anthony Bourdain The Ouija Board Jurors: Mystery, Mischief and Misery in the … Continue reading June Book Reads
We went on a short family get away for Glen’s mum’s birthday. We found this lovely AirBnB property which allowed dogs and was able to house five adults very comfortably. It was only a few minutes walk to the Hunstanton beach front and the dogs absolutely loved being able to run about – on what … Continue reading Norfolk Lavender & Crabs
I was looking for something different to do for Glen’s birthday and found out about a CSI experience! We are both obsessed with true crime podcasts so this fitted our interests very well. Glen and I attended Think Forensic in Huddersfield to participate in an adult CSI experience day. The three hours were broken up into … Continue reading Crime Scene Investigation Experience Day