Tag: work

A #MeToo Story

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I’ll always regret those after-work drinks at the local pub because that’s when your interest started to spike. You were the funny one in the office, always making jokes, and sitting in that pub with you and another colleague was a nice change for me. I didn’t have many friends, not that much of a …

An Interview With: Chichi Writes

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Other freelance writers always fascinate and inspire me – I don’t think one can get enough advice about their chosen profession, and so, I turned to Chichi at Chichi Writes. I’ve followed Chichi for a little while now and thought that her transition from 9-5 worker bee to freelance writer was really successful and empowering. …

The Importance Of Being In A Community

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My SO has just started a new job, with the awesome title of Social Media And Content Developer. I’m very jealous and very proud of him, but his absence is already freaking me out a bit. He leaves at 8am, returns at 6pm. That’s 10 hours, x5 days a week that I’ll be on my …

When Things Don’t Go Quite To Plan (But That’s Okay)

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How much of your life do you plan out? How much of your life can you plan out? Plans are great as they can make you feel like you have finally worked out a way of achieving something that you want or need. They can be the first step to a solution for a problem …

How To Live In The Moment

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The holiday season has always been a time of reflection for me. I look back on the year gone by (way too quickly) and think about what I want to achieve in the upcoming year. That’s great and all, but paying too much attention to the past or the future can be stressful and sometimes …