My strategy to avoid failing the advanced social psychology exam consists of the British Library, The British Ministry of Information, and the ideas by Geroge Orwell, Aldous Huxley, and Noam Chomsky,
The propagandist is a man who canalises an already existing stream. In a land where there is no water, he digs in vain. - Aldous Huxley.
American wholemeal pancakes with raspberry conserve, black grapes, blueberries, 1 banana, 1 date, coconut milk yogurt, cacao nibs, goji berries, chocolate coconut milk, and Indian coffee.
My days in London were well spent at Vitao, eating delicious food and reading The Catcher in the Rye.
Whilst the other kids go to the library in order to revise for their exams, I’m sticking to a less conventional approach. My exam period is a mixture of concerts, travelling, the music room, the hall, pleasant company, and late night last minute revision sessions. When the other people started revising for their exams, I travelled to London and experienced Kaizers Orchestra with the Dolphin and the Raccoon. I had my first exam, advanced neuropsychology, the day after watching Yeah Yeah Yeahs in Manchester. To be honest, I was rather sceptical about going to the gig, and expected to encounter high levels of anxiety when finding my way back to Lancaster the day of the exam. It wasn’t as stressful as expected.
Yesterday, the Raccoon and I watched Widowspeak in Manchester, which was rather enjoyable. My fifth exam is tomorrow morning, or today I should say. It is about psychopharmacology, and I am somewhat optimistic. After my exam, I’ll rush to the train station, and travel to London in order to have a coffee with my parents before they go back to Norway. With only one exam to go, a few days in the capital sounds about right. I desperately need some motivation to avoid failing the advanced social psychology module. Other than that, life is pretty good, although my patterns and routines of day-to-day activities are rather messed up at the moment.
1 banana, 1 apple, 1 red pear, purple grapes, blueberries, goji berries, cacao nibs, and coconut milk yogurt. Indian coffee, Gems of Araku.
Steamed butternut squash filled with brown rice, chickpeas, parsley, garlic, and onion. Topped with nutritional yeast, and parsley. Yes, I love parsley, and think it is underrated. Parsley has strong anti-inflammatory properties, and is a good source of an array of vitamins and minerals including vitamin A/B6/C/K, Iron, and Folate.