Xander’s GCSE artwork ‘representing trans people’s true selves, forcing their way out to finally be free’. I have known Xander for many years, his Mum is my best friend and we spend lots of time together… special occasions, random get-togethers, days out, the normal stuff that friends and family do together. I, therefore have always…… Continue reading It’s Xander!
I see these really annoying posts all of the time on social media, generally Facebook. They are sponsored posts usually advertising to me because a friend of mine likes their page… Well, I haven’t liked your page so I don’t want to see your stupid article… anyway, the ones that really rile me are usually…… Continue reading That’s your advice? Really…?
I am so fed up of being told what to do, who to follow, how to raise your social following by 10,000 a day, how to lose 6 stone in an hour. “I went from being a total jobless, drug addict to earning £70,000 a day, overnight” Erm… no, you didn’t. I follow…… Continue reading Stop telling me what to do!
I double dare you What is actually stopping you from doing that thing that you want to do? The big thing or the little thing. Do you want a promotion, a pay rise? Are you scared to send that text, email, make that phone call because you think the answer will be no? So…… Continue reading Just jump, don’t wait to be pushed
‘Just remember, these people pay your wages’ Those words are neither helpful nor entirely accurate. Yes okay if the customer base wasn’t there, there wouldn’t be a job, however you wouldn’t have been given that job in the first place because it wouldn’t have existed… I was going somewhere with this but I lost…… Continue reading How to survive…your ‘customer facing’ job role.
You have probably read the title to this post and thought ‘oh here we go again, another blog post about how horrendous 2016 was’. Well you’re wrong! ha! Yes, some pretty horrendous s**t happened last year but I’m not dwelling on it. If I had been writing this post back in May or June of…… Continue reading 2016 review (no, it’s not depressing)