A little bit late, but oh well. I have read quite a lot of interesting books, so I thought I’d share. Do we have any book worms present? It’s time for a monthly book club.Continue reading
I haven’t done the monthly reads for a really long time, but as I’ve recently purchased a kindle ebook reader, and along with new uni year, I have made through quite a lot of good books this past month. I guess they might be worth sharing.Continue reading
Another month of some great reads! Due to the Christmas break, I haven’t managed to read as much as in November, but it’s about quality not quantity, right? Ok, let’s get started!Continue reading
This post will be all about the books I’ve read in November. The university’s library is one of my favourite places on campus, and I wish I could stretch the day just a teeny time bit more to fit some time to read even more books 😀Continue reading
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:
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. But I’m not a typical student… I’m 26, have an amazing three year old daughter, a husband and a part-time job. Oh! I’m also a photographer in a spare time!
Ok, going back to why we are all here. I red a great book recently. It’s actually one of the books from one of my uni modules’s reading list, so thank u, Martin, for putting it up there so I could discover it. The book I’m talking about is “Show your work!” by Austin Kleon.
I decided to listen to the book’s advice and create a little place in the Internet for my development. I will take u behind the scenes of the stuff I do, show my little creations and share more or less organised thoughts of a mature student.
Welcome on board, hope you’ll enjoy the journey with me!
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