As someone who has spent most of her life terrified of absolutely everything I’ve ever done, hindsight is often a wonderful thing for me. It’s always there after you accomplish something you thought you never would or whenever you’re proven right about something you forecasted earlier. So, hindsight really is a wonderful thing.

Right now, hindsight is laughing right in my face. University is one of the most terrifying things I’ve ever done, and one of the most terrifying things anyone can actually do. Throwing yourself somewhere where you know literally nobody and know barely anything about the subject/s you’re studying is not somethign you’d ever really want to do naturally. However, hindsight will literally stare you right down once you’ve done it.

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Before I started university, I genuinely thought I was about to embark on a miserable three years where I’d make no friends and spend most of my life tucked away in my room working. But hindsight really is a wonderful thing.

At university, I’ve actually made some brilliant friends and a fantastic friendship group. We have a lot of fun. I am never tucked away in my room all day working – only sometimes. Hindsight has made me want to go back about a month in time and talk to the pre-uni me.

If I could speak to the me before university, I would tell her never to worry about anything. It will all be fine, you will make friends and you will absolutely have such a fun time you won’t even believe it. Hindsight really is a wonderful thing.