How To Write A Travel Journal

Writing a travel journal wasn’t something that I’d done before this year however I got really into journalling on my last trip and now I’m completely converted to keeping one. Writing in a journal while I was away was great for so many reasons. I loved making myself take the time to gather my thoughts, write down funny stories and stick in things like train … Continue reading How To Write A Travel Journal

The trials and tribulations of being professionally ghosted

The Trials And Tribulations Of Being Professionally ‘Ghosted’

How to deal with being professionally ghosted when applying for jobs It has been one long week since you met up and it’s all you can think about. You thought it had gone really well; you seemed to have made a┬áconnection, you’d made a big effort with your appearance, you were approachable, charismatic, transparent and you’d even cracked a few jokes. So why had you … Continue reading The Trials And Tribulations Of Being Professionally ‘Ghosted’

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Should You Do A Journalism Degree? Why I Did An NCTJ Instead

An NCTJ level 3 diploma is an accredited journalism course ran by the National College for the Training of Journalists. The course is designed to give you the knowledge and skills to begin a career as a professional journalist and it can be taken before, after or instead of university. In many cases an NCTJ is something that is requested by editors in an application … Continue reading Should You Do A Journalism Degree? Why I Did An NCTJ Instead

My Ultimate Summer Bucket List 2018

There’s always so much pressure when it comes to summer. The sun is shining (supposedly), everyone’s back home, the evenings are bright and the summer months ┬áseem to stretch out endlessly ahead. Every year I make so many plans for summer and then before I’ve even had the chance to head to the beach, all those weeks are swallowed up in a culmination of work … Continue reading My Ultimate Summer Bucket List 2018

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Forget Hygee: How we’re already living Danishly

I am a massive fan of lifestyle guides. Any book promising to make me seem anything other than British is right up my street, and a few weeks ago I found myself strangely drawn to a little Danish lifestyle guide on Hygge. For those of you that don’t know, Hygge is a Danish well-being concept that loosely translates as cosiness. Its claimed to be the … Continue reading Forget Hygee: How we’re already living Danishly