My top tips to stay on top of your life and don’t go crazy

Hello, beautiful people of the internet. How's the life going? Mines, as you can probably deduct from lack of posts in the recent months, is very busy, engaging and demanding. New job, second year of uni, very active 4 year old and a global pandemic on top of all that! But I don't write that as an excuse or for someone to pat me on the back....

Lockdown: for me

Lockdown slowly eases, so I thought I will reflect on those last, really weird 3,5 months. As everyone remembers, on March 23rd almost everything closed down and it seemed like the world is coming to an end. It has been a very stressful time for a lot of people, including myself. Workplaces shut, shelves in … Continue reading Lockdown: for me

How I got into uni after I thought I never would

Since most of my days are now split between inventing things we can do while locked inside the house, and which will satisfy a short-attention-span of a three-year-old, and finishing all my uni assignments, I have literally no time (or power) for any extra-curriculum learning. Sad, but that's how it is sometimes. After all, we are all just humans, right?

Anyway, I thought I will tell u a little story of how I got into Uni after I thought I never would be able to. I wanted to write this post for a long time, to shine some light on my past and maybe to inspire someone in a similar situation to mine.

3 things I’ve learnt during WITW, other than the industry knowledge

Few weeks ago I attended a Work In The Web workshop over in sunny Leeds (if you would like to read more about the event, HERE is the link)

Workshop has been an amazing adventure and I am so glad I got to go and be part of it.  I love events like this one, where days are filled with great talks and panels and you're spending time with like-minded people. The good thing about them, you're learning a lot more than just what's on the agenda...

5 things I’ve learnt from the ‘show your work’ book

Show your work! by Austin Kleon is the book I mentioned in the last post (which you can read here). It's a nice, easy to read guide, that you can enjoy reading everywhere, due to it's handy, small format. Here are 5 things I've learnt from this publication:        1. Don't be afraid … Continue reading 5 things I’ve learnt from the ‘show your work’ book

show your work!

All right... first posts are always weird and hard to write, but I will do my best to make it as little awkward as possible. Here we go! Hello! I'm Kat. As you can read in a little bio on the right of the page, I'm a first year student of Web Design and Development. … Continue reading show your work!