Sorry I’ve been awol lately. I’ve just had the most stressful few weeks ever, between moving to London, starting my internship, getting really sick and getting pickpocketed I’ve not had a second to breathe. I’ll start updating more regularly again soon!

Anonymous asked:

hi i am in my second year of college and i dont know what to do as a major and i have been driving myself insane for the past 6 months!!! trying to figure it out can you give me some advice? at first i wanted to be a nurse but changed my mind to being a nutritionist. after that i become interested in psychology but there are not many job options in psychology and they dont get payed what their worth so i dont really know what to do i am so confused and i need someones help

Postgraduate Purgatory Answer:

There’s absolutely nothing wrong with feeling a bit lost in your college years, so don’t put too much pressure on yourself to work out what your life plan is this very second. There are tons quizzes online to help you work out what you’re interested in and guide your studies. I’d also recommend setting up a meeting with your careers counsellor to have a chat.

Hope this helps!

bloodysharpwords asked:

Hey, me again! I hope you don't mind me asking a lot of questions and going back to you >_< I just l love you too much? anyway, would you happen to know a microsoft version of focusbar or the app nag? or something similar to those? thank you! :D

Postgraduate Purgatory Answer:

No problem, I LOVE getting asks so ask away! :) Unfortunately I haven’t the faintest idea about Microsoft versions of those two apps. Anyone else have an idea? 

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Psych2go features various psychological findings and myths. In the future, psych2go attempts to include sources to posts for the for the purpose of generating discussions and commentaries. This will give readers a chance to critically examine psychology.

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