Upward and Onward

I have been nineteen for a grand total of two days and it has been simply magical ! I woke up on my birthday to a scrumptiously prepared buffet consisting of all my favourite food and raucous singing from my family (some of which are unable to hold a tune). I was serenaded by the [...]

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One Lovely Blog Award !

My sincerest thanks go to the lovely autumnscrubs for nominating me for this prestigious award 🙂 I would, however, like to offer my most heartfelt apology for not complying with the rules of the award sooner. During the course of the year 2014, I had already completed challenges of a similar nature (one on Instagram and [...]

A year in review :)

In twelve days, the year of 2014 will be no more. We will be ushering a brand new and as yet unwritten year into our midst. Lily's year : a review January - It started off terribly with a tonsilitis infection on the eve of the New Year but things became much rosier after a few [...]

First year spread and all it’s glory

Amongst all the dreadful things that I had heard about university, first year spread was what I feared the most. First year spread is a phenomenon where first year students gain weight as a result of the stressful routines they are thrown into when they commence their studies at university. I assumed that my home-dwelling [...]

Types of Medical Students : Exam Edition

Types of Medical Students : Exam Edition I have a theory , an excellent theory now that I have pondered upon it, that the true qualities of a medical student are only observable just before they are to write their year-end examinations. This is based on the observations I have made in my dynamic class [...]

Lily: The Unexpected Feminist

The initial reaction from many people when I inform them of the fact that I am a feminist is flabbergast . Personally, I don't understand the shock. I did go to an ALL girls high school whose motto is :A school of excellence where girls are leading courageously, exploring their unique potential confidently and serving [...]