After 20 years the British comedy ‘Absolutely Fabulous’ has come back to our screens. For those unfamiliar with the sitcom, Edina ‘Eddy’ Monsoon (Jenifer Saunders) and Patsy ‘Pats’ Stone (Joanna Lumley) are two best friends immersed in the world of celebrities, fashion and PR events. They take on a whirl wind journey of mischief landing themselves into amusing situations.
Creating content always relies on inspiration, whether you are a blogger, writer or entrepreneur. Sometimes the ideas flow but at other times sitting down to write isn’t easy. Sometimes it helps to read what others are saying online and in the newspaper and act on what they are writing – it isn’t copying – at other time times you have to look deep within.
It’s the beginning of a new week and I am ready to get cracking! Over the weekend I was browsing through discussions on my Twitter profile and came across the hot topics of University degrees. When I left college, I had the choice whether I wanted to go to Uni, get an apprenticeship or just get a job.
What is the first thing you do when you wake up? Do you check your mobile or tablet, worry about yesterday’s problems or find yourself moaning about all you have to do? If so, then you are waking up on the wrong side of the bed.
How are you enjoying the ‘juice’ so far? Whether you have just finished school, college or want a career in something new, then give yourself the best chance of landing your apprenticeship by reading my top tips for success.
When creative business owners draw up a marketing plan, they usually include a social media and blogging strategy – but they often forget about Public Relations.
Happy Monday! Are you feeling tried? Not looking forward to the week ahead? You can tell me thousands of ways to stay focused and productive, but they aren’t going to work if I don’t follow a simple rule.
Almost a year ago, I was completing the rest of my college work and trying to plan what I was going to do next. It is crazy to think how quickly the last year has passed and I’ve learnt some valuable lessons since leaving college.
I have always been a creative person. When I was younger, you would find me designing, dreaming, dancing and telling stories.
Many people may not know I enjoy making things and expressing myself – I guess I have been good at masking my hidden talent!
One of the most frustrating things when you’re looking for an apprentice is being told you don’t have enough experience! Even more frustrating is when you have had work experience, studied at college and come out with A* grades, you still don’t get any bites from employers.