Many of you will undoubtedly have noticed that the biggest trend in content for the past 10 years is that absolutely everything’s going digital. Nowadays people are more likely to flock to the internet for their news, hobbies or interests. Whilst some believe print may be dying, it has certainly experienced something of a waning
You slaved over your CV, ironed out all the wrinkles in your work history, clutched at ways to sum up your brilliance in a succinct yet impressive way and managed to catch every single last spelling mistake. Then after topping it off with a respectful and specifically tailored cover letter, you wait nervously for feedback.
If you hadn’t noticed, it’s November. For some this means we are one step closer to Christmas (which as far as I’m concerned really ought to be confined to December but the advertisers decide otherwise). However, a select few know it better as NaNoWriMo or National Novel Writing Month where participants by hook and by
We’ve all been there. The blank page. That sadistically winking cursor. The feeling of tumbleweeds bouncing between your ears. Feeling as though you are slamming your head repeatedly against a giant mental wall, whilst you struggle in vain to come up with something, anything to say. Maybe all the ‘Back to School’ talk and advertising