As Coronavirus continues to spread and threaten the lives of even the healthiest of the population, we are all being forced to live a life that is anything but normal. And let me tell you, I would be lying if I didn’t admit that I am struggling to come to terms with it. When looking… Continue reading Living The New Normal
Hello. If there is anyone out there who still has this blog on their radar, hooray! I haven’t been completely forgotten at least. I realise that it’s been 3 years since I last published anything on here, which is a long time to suddenly spring back. However, reading the posts on this blog reminds me… Continue reading 3 Years Later… Hello!
I hear the sentence ‘it’s a girl thing’ a lot. It’s used by both genders and I don’t know how to feel about it. Should I just accept that these ‘social norms’ are part of life and leave it at that? Or is there something about it that doesn’t sit right and shouldn’t be a… Continue reading It’s Not Just ‘A Girl Thing’
Recovering from knock backs is hard. Rejection and not feeling good enough is harder. In the last few years, I’ve gone through enough heartbreak, disappointment and doubt to know how hard it is to keep going and to have the motivation to keep chasing after my dreams. I’m headstrong, but sometimes I’m not motivated. I… Continue reading Keep Going, You’re Almost There
Apprenticeships? So, you’re thinking of getting an apprenticeship; you’re ready to get out there and get stuck into the world of work. Apprenticeships are a great way to gain skills and get paid whilst doing it. They’re also an ideal alternative to those who aren’t keen on going to university and prefer a more hands… Continue reading My A-Z Apprenticeship Guide
Life doesn’t always go as planned, but that doesn’t mean you should give up. In life we are thrown obstacles that we aren’t prepared for. As a result we are unsure of how to handle difficult situations. There’s not really a guide on “How To Get Through Tough Times”, but it’s important to have hope.… Continue reading *Guest Post* Monday Motivation – Don’t Give Up by Ashley Simmons
An abundance of fields, tractors passing through, and sheep – the very first and foremost indications that you’re in the countryside. When you live in pretty much the middle of nowhere, you get used to the smell of fertilizer during harvest and you expect to almost run over a deer every now and again (it… Continue reading A Life In The Countryside