Banana, Chocolate & Walnut Bread

Today, I’ve baked Banana Bread with Chocolate and Walnut, using Donal Skehan’s recipe again! When I made Banana and Chocolate Bread using the same recipe last time, it was very moist and had a great consistency with chocolate. Here’s the post from last time – Week 98: Hard work pays off. I’ve added walnuts to […]

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Trust and Communication Skills: Mini-Introduction

I always wanted to share a quick and helpful tips series for communication skills, and here’s my very first, a brief introductory note about it. 🙂 Since 2016 – that is, for the past three years – I have collected thousands of articles on the topic of “communication skills” from any contextual category. Initially, it […]

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Week 109: Card Sorting

This week, I did some very intensive data analysis. Using card sorting, I divided data, named them, justified my categorisation, made a very quick sketch of it and sent it to my supervisors. A funny thing is that when I do an intensive data analysis, I stay home in pyjamas all day and forget to […]

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Week 108: Neck Pain

Research-wise, this week hasn’t been very productive. Last weekend, I attended a two-day session on Mental Health First Aider training, which was very useful, and I had a meaningful time learning about treatment and support for mental health. Here’s my review of the training course. I didn’t have a chance to properly recuperate from lack […]

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Mental Health First Aider

Last Saturday and Sunday, I attended a two-day seminar, Mental Health First Aider training course. This training course is organised by MHFA England and is designed to teach how to identify, understand and help someone who may be experiencing a mental health issue. This isn’t a course for becoming a therapist, but rather to train […]

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