We've all been rejected for a job in our lives. It's something that you cannot control albeit getting rejected for a journalism job can be a huge blow to your self-esteem.
It's been a while since I last blogged about anything as I talk freelancing, finding full-time work and new work-in-progress projects.
Over the past year, it has been a journey of going through major changes in my life. For an individual who struggles with change, it has been incredibly positive to make these changes both professionally and personally as it's important to keep evolving while retaining a sense of curiosity and realism. Being able to have … Continue reading Change is Good, Doing More is Better
It's been nearly two months since I decided to relocate back to my hometown of Birmingham and my productivity has dwindled between purple patches of productivity and days where I seem to be at home and achieve absolutely nothing. While I have a job hunt to focus on, alongside attempting to work on new projects, … Continue reading Refocusing and Finding the Productivity Bug Again
Over the past few weeks' as I have fully embraced a minimalist lifestyle, it has given me some perspective into why I used to want things whether if it would be a new game or paying to watch a new film. Instant gratification could only get you so far but I decided to take a … Continue reading You don’t need it now
Over the past few months, I have overseen a lifestyle change in how I approach life. Whilst I have gorged upon a lot of content from Gary Vaynerchuk within embracing a mindset of empathy and gratitude, there is a reason for it, it's all about taking each day as it comes. It has also meant taking a … Continue reading One day, one step at a time
A few weeks' ago when I continued my graduate job hunt, I had a moment where I realised it's time to throw all my expectations completely out the window and start doing things. It's something I used to do in the past with immediate success but what prompted me to take this route? There could … Continue reading Throwing my expectations out the window