I don’t like to reflect and look back too much. I then lose the focus on what’s now. But as it’s still the first week of 2018, I thought I’d make a round-up of my favourite things from last year that helped make it so remarkable.
I had a few goals this year. In this post, I’m looking back at 2017 and reviewing it. It’s been quite a year.
In this guest post, my incredibly bright peer tackles the inseparable part of everyone’s life and career — failure. Maria Temneanu is a final year PR student, passionate about marketing and horse riding. “Don’t get back on just for the sake of it,” says Maria.
Vuelio has recently commissioned a survey about the state of the blogosphere. Here are some insights that I found the most interesting.
Last Friday, I was asked to help with the mock job interview assessment at my alma mater, University of Westminster. Here are a few of my observations.
This is a short post on inspiration and getting inspired. And the fact that both take effort.
Public relations is a fast-paced industry. One of the key skills to thrive in it is time management. You often have to juggle a plethora of tasks that are equally urgent and important. Here are a few things that I found useful in managing my own diary.
At first, I felt slightly insecure about writing this post. How could you possibly NOT stay on top of current affairs and the news? All it takes is checking a news site. Right? This was back at the times when I was a student. Once I started a full-time role, I’ve realised that busy days can distract you from getting news. But in the job that is about working around the news cycle, you have to be aware of what’s happening around the world. Here are my tips on being informed and always on the top of the news agenda.
This is an important post for me. The last couple of months have been groundbreaking. I’ll go as far as to say they were life-changing. I’ve submitted the single longest (and one of the most important) pieces of writing in my academic career — my dissertation. The piece got the highest mark. I’ve passed all the other assignments, too. Today, however, is special. The chapter in my life called ‘higher education’ ends here. Ladies and gents, I’ve graduated. With distinction. Here’s a look back on how I got here.