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Hello! I'm graduating this year from the double master degree of Industrial Ecology en Science Communication at TU Delft. This blog is about my final year at TU; how do I get sick of TU Delft so I can start my "grown up life" without getting too nostalgic the rest of my life about "my" University. Enjoy reading :)



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Posted in August 2012

Almost finished!

I handed in my graduation report and now I just need to write a summary, make a
poster and create THE BEST PRESENTATION ever! In the meanwhile I’ve been to
Madrid and Portugal on holidays, this stress-free environment made me feel a
hundred years younger (approximately). So now I just have to do "de laatste
loodjes" (Dutch expression for ´the last bits of lead´) and I’ll
be a TU Delft Alumni …

Hmm … ok
that does scare me a bit. I like being at Uni, I like studying, I like my study
buddies, I like my graduation room, I like the freedom to get up at 10 in the
morning, and all of this is going to change. I’m not planning to do a PhD so my
faith is to leave my beloved University. And then what … get a serious job??
But where do I find a job to love (or how can I make this job find me?).
Uncertainty ahead and I don’t like it.

My dearest readers, if you happen to
know about a job that combines sustainability and communication let me know. It
might be my dream job. In the meanwhile I’ll continue my part-time jobs so I
won’t go broke. This new life phase might not be such a horrible thing after
all, as a freelance science journalist (one of my part-time jobs) I can get up
whenever I want (hooray!)


Some nice night time photo’s for you to enjoy 🙂 
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