Anyone who knows me will know that I often spend my spare time trawling through websites looking at the best flight deals, or spending hours watching travel blogs, or simply just daydreaming about where I am going to be exploring next. Recently, we booked our next trip which is to Brussels in Belgium and in [...]
I'm back to the blog now. But first, here is everything you need to know about what happened over the last month since my last post and what is coming up next.
Just a short update explaining my reasons why Soph talks science is going to be a little quieter now.
"To Dr, or not to Dr" That really has been the question for me throughout 2019 and since passing my PhD viva. Ever since I walked out of that room on 18th December 2018 knowing that I had passed, the first question that popped into my head was 'when can I start using the Dr [...]
Recently I've been having a lot of blog post idea inspiration. But with my lack of spare time currently, being able to actually sit down and write about all these ideas is proving near on impossible. So, these ideas are just being jotted down in my phone notes, or in my notebook, sometimes even on [...]
Five years ago in the summer of 2014 as I was graduating from my undergraduate degree, I made the decision to embark on the PhD journey. The PhD is a seemingly never ending chapter of any grad student's life full of ups and many, many downs and all the emotions you could possibly feel. But, [...]
Happy birthday to me. Happy birthday to me. Happy birthday to Soph talks science. Happy birthday to me. . Like seriously, how has it been three years already?! It appears I now have a toddler to go alongside my baby aka my PhD thesis.. hah! But today on this blogiversary, I wanted to write another [...]
For the past two years, Soph talks science has released a Christmas gift guide for all your STEM inspiration and educational needs. Don't worry I will still be releasing the 2019 edition at the end of the year, but this week is a very special week. This week marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo [...]
Deciding what path to take after finishing your PhD is not such an easy choice for some as it is for others. I was one of those people that wasn't sure which path I was best suited for. But I made the leap to leave the lab and move into science communication. I love my [...]
Do not get me wrong! I loved working in a research lab. I don't regret it for a single second. But 6 months out of the lab and I feel good. The best I have felt in a long time to be honest, and I think a lot of that has to do with my [...]