Guess who's back? I don't know why I've found it so hard to write on here in the last 6 months. I have numerous saved drafts that were attempts to make contact, instead they fell out of time relevance, seemed unimportant in the face of global catastrophes, and I couldn't imagine the point of me … Continue reading Happy Hiatus!
This is the first year in a long time that I've started the summer without much of a change in routine - because I'm no longer in full-time education. At school and uni there is the stress of the impending exams and the hibernation period building up to it, but studying part-time and working part-time … Continue reading Summer Blues
15 Minute Everything!
I've had this one in my drafts for about a month. Mostly because I started it then lost momentum - but it works! Trying to get myself back into it again, as I seriously got so much different work done. I lasted about a week and a bit... just breaking everything I needed to/wanted to … Continue reading 15 Minute Everything!
Smart and Imperfect
There are many misconceptions about what being smart is. The idea that the grades you earn in school or even university; that they can somehow define your potential, your essence is absurd. You may not have paid attention in school, uninspired and left behind. You may have scraped by and gone on to a University … Continue reading Smart and Imperfect
Amazon have announced that they will be holding another Amazon Academy/ Kindle Direct Publishing event, this year in Glasgow. Last year's event in Edinburgh was a raging success, and left me so inspired and buzzing for days... in fact I'm still a bit buzzed from last year. I feel like I finally found a focus, … Continue reading Amazon Academy
The Olivia Pope Special
Confession: I’m a terrible decision maker
I really am. I am either two ways about something: I love making plans to do something then fret and spend time wondering how I can get out of it; or, I loathe making plans and end up making a stupid choice in the end because I was too indecisive and shouldn't be allowed to … Continue reading Confession: I’m a terrible decision maker
So in the last post I touched on the idea of those pesky New Year's Resolutions we start the year with, often without enough determination to see us past the middle of January. Or when we mess up, we throw them out altogether, as unattainable and pointless. But here I've compiled my list of things … Continue reading Resolutions 2018