That feeling when you've finished your first year successfully.
It's been a while since I wrote a post, but let's just blame that on trying to finish my case study! So, after a good 11 months, my first year as a student radiographer is finally over! There's been stress-fuelled all-nighters cramming for exams, early mornings waiting for the bus to placement in the rain and piles and piles of lecture notes and textbooks to hike through. It's been a whole new experience. The course is definitely intensive, but it'll be worth it in the end.
In two weeks I'm off to the IAFR's Forensic Radiography conference in Teeside, and I know it sounds a little sad, but I'm actually excited for it, seeing as it's my first conference. I've even planned a smart-casual outfit, so I don't look like an out-of-place student.
But for now, I'm just enjoying my time off, spending time on my PS3, participating in Parkrun's and earning a little extra money from my part-time job here and there.
Here's looking forward to the new academic year!