It's been a long time since I was regularly here, but life has changed a lot and I am finally ready to get back on board with blogging.
Do you work a job or do you have a job that works for you? Unfortunately for me I was the first one, so I recently quit it and decided to make a go of following my destiny - or at least my dream job.
It is a job very few people would say they aspire to have, but no matter what, a job in customer service is guaranteed to teach you a lot. Here is what I have learnt so far.
Have you ever been on a job interview and had to think of your strengths and weaknesses? It is simply awful but I have put together a list to help you think of yours, so the next time you get interrogated, you will instantly be able to recall what you slay and what you need to work on.
Going to job interviews can be very demoralising and draining, especially if you do not get the job. But after attending upwards of 50 interviews myself, I became determined to learn from each experience. Here are my top tips to take away as much as you can from any interview.
It's that time of year again - people are graduating from university and sharing their stories. Mine however, is FAR from typical. Let me know about yours in the comments!
Just because my university experience was nothing like the 'typical' uni life stories you read, doesn't mean it wasn't still an experience.
Finding the perfect course for yourself can be challenging and scary to say the least. Read about my experience searching and top tips on making the quest a little more manageable.
In my first blog post, find out what brought me to the blogging world.