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21 year old Swede living and studying (BA Journalism, Media and Sociology) in Cardiff, UK. Originally from Stockholm. Loves food, to travel and my dear friends.

I should really stop being online and instead start at my Nietzschepaper which is due tomorrow, but I always think that the hardest part is to begin. When I finally have started writing essays are often finished quite fast. However, philosophy is a completely different piece of cake. Everything about it is so blurry! But, the course is obligatory so I have no choice but to write it. Have chosen to write about his views on God (‘God is dead’) and morality (‘Morality is sickness’). These are two subjects which shouldn’t be so hard to write about, I mean, there’s probably no one at this planet who do not have any opinions about them. The problem is that we must write (quite a lot) about the ideas of the philosopher and then it’s sometimes hard to include your own opinions.

The weekend is fortunatly coming up soon, how nice! Of course there’s a lot to study for me personally, but I’ll have time for working at the coffee shop and attend a ’skiva’! Have you heard about the Swedish ’studentskivor’? Often they are quite nice, everyone gets dressed up according to the theme of the skiva and then everyone’s having fun! My friend’s student party at Saturday have a ‘Dress for success’-theme so I’ll try to find a nice dress. That will not be a problem I can guarantee! ;)

At a ’skiva’ which I went to last Sunday, the theme was disco! So I had put up my hear in a high pony tail and put on lots of glitter.

Disco theme!

Now, back to philosophy!

xoxo
Louice

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