Some people walk into interviews and even if they feel the nerves, they shine like a star – I am not one of those people, and although I have nothing against those people, I beat myself up that I am not like that. No I haven’t gotten every job I’ve had an interview for, but I… Continue reading Interviews.
Without have been in education or training for a few years (I left college after the first year of Sixth Form so it’s a good 4 years), I have forgotten the way in which I best get into the zone of productivity of doing my work and I am struggling to find it again. The… Continue reading Writer slump.
I guess this is just going to be more of a ramble of a blog post, however sometimes they are needed. At the moment I am feeling such an abundance of thoughts and emotions that I am struggling to shift through & sort which I should prioritise. As per my other post, I have set… Continue reading A ramble a day keeps the doctor away
Although I have had these ideas swimming around in my head since before christmas, I haven’t put pen to paper (or finger to keyboard) to write them down. To start and complete the Stage 2 Counselling course – you are ready to stimulate yourself more, and gain more knowledge (and hopefully to start stage 3). Be… Continue reading My goals and aspirations.
Every blogger faces it, sooner or later: you feel an itch to publish. You haven’t updated your site in a while. You put on your lucky writing socks, fire up WordPress, flex your fingers, and… … sit there, staring blankly at the screen. You’re blocked! (What? Like I’m the only one who has lucky writing […]… Continue reading Making Writing Prompts Personal — The Daily Post
So 2016 is officially over, and like a lot of other people, I’m still not sure how I feel about it. So much has happened, from all the beloved celebrities we lost, the terrible terrorist attacks and shootings to the loss of Vine. It seemed like it was a never ending news stream of negativity. And with all these… Continue reading What a year!