I've been feeling a bit uninspired this week with my blog content so thought I'd share this one small win with you! Small wins help keep us all motivated when trying to accomplish our goals, and although it may not seem impressive to all, these small wins are still important. If you’re a blogger you… Continue reading How 1 Small Change Boosted my Pinterest Profile
Who has never suffered from buyer’s remorse? Anyone? Exactly. Everyone at some point has regretted a purchase, or perhaps regretted how much they spent on a purchase. See, every single person has in their minds an intangible limit on how much they will or won’t spend on any particular expense, whether it’s groceries, utilities, fashion,… Continue reading Scrimp or Spend? The things I will drop the dosh on, and the things I won’t.
I think we’re all living in interesting times at the moment, especially with what happened yesterday in London. I had written this post a few days ago, and scheduled it to go live this morning, but now I feel somewhat reluctant to share my good news during such dark hours. However, we must go on, we must… Continue reading Living in Interesting Times
You’ve made it through the interview, you’ve impressed them all, and they’ve offered you the job. It’s now 9am, you’re sitting in reception, waiting to start your new job; it might be your first job, it might be your dream job, it might just be a job to pay the rent until something better comes… Continue reading How to Beat First Day Jitters
The last two weeks I’ve had the joy of sitting at home doing very little, other than heading into town to attend two interviews during my first week off. It’s been bliss! My most recent contract (you know, the one with the stress) came to its conclusion the other week, so I decided to have… Continue reading How to Dress to Impress (for an interview)
In the real world, I’m an EA which basically means I get paid to be organised, and to not only be able to organise myself, but my manager as well. To me, being organised comes naturally – I was raised to believe that “everything has its place, and there’s a place for everything”. Having mild… Continue reading How to be More Organised at Work
As a teenager I dreamt of becoming a biomolecular engineering or behavioural scientist. Science and especially psychology were always passions of mine (even more so than dancing and music) and I was driven in my studies throughout high school in order to achieve the scores required to attend university to fulfil my dream. However, due… Continue reading Why I’m OK “Just” being a PA
This past week at work has been incredibly stressful, and I have had my work ethic, knowledge, and professional integrity called into question by a single person who is, essentially, a bully. It made me think of all the ways in the past I have dealt with people like this, and how I have had… Continue reading How to Work in an Office and Not Lose your Mind