When over busy, tired and unorganised often I become overwhelmed and feel a sense of helplessness and frustration which is a huge contributing factor to the feeling of being demotivated.
Convenience is convenient except when it comes to checking your flipping account and wishing you never spent that £20 last week on a Uber (we've all been there). The underlying fact is that every little thing adds up.
I wanted to shed a little light on success stories of young care experienced people that are trying/have made something of themselves, not only to motivate others but also to show those within authorities that if you equip a child with the right tools, who knows where it can take them.
Love is looming in the air this valentines. The only time of year that the men are trash comity become suspiciously quiet and the sidetings feel a sense of entitlement. In our generation it has become a competition on who’s getting laid, who got the best gift, cutest outfits, baecations and who the side chicks and the cheats are.
I am meant to be flipping saving money *rolls eye* but you tell me how on earth a girls is supposed to turn down cheap flights. Ive booked a holiday to a secret location for my 23rd Birthday, its my first time travelling solo and I am all for cheeky little getaways as long as the price is right.
To those that aren't aware, I recently embarked on an exciting new journey. In previous blogs I was always quite transparent in the struggle I had experienced in dropping out of university, being out of solid work for over a year and how I nearly purchased one of Terrol Lewis's 'Jobless' T-shirts that I planned … Continue reading 3 Tips on how to bag your dream career & how I got mine