I doodled my way through university.
I drew thousands of pictures to help me learn and memorise legal concepts and psychological theories.
Believe it or not, it took courage to doodle in my lectures and tutorials.
Some students (generally those who took notes on their laptops) would smirk and make patronising comments about […]
Have you noticed how good it feels to cross something off your to-do list?
I love the feeling. It’s a little win. A mini celebration.
I think, “Go me! Look at you go!” as I strike the pen through the list item.
But as good as it feels to cross things off, it’s not really […]
It’s important to have some sort of creative outlet in life.
And I’ve recently discovered a new one – playing the drums.
As Nat’s What I Reckon says in his brilliant book Uncook Yourself: A Ratbag’s Rules for Life:
“The drums – oh my god. There’s something about going BOOM, BAM, CRASH […]
Take a moment to think of your favourite restaurant . . .
Do you tend to order the same dish every time you go there?
I have a tendency to do this.
It’s safe. It’s easy. It’s consistently good.
We can also be like this with the way we study. For instance, I used […]