I recently enjoyed a holiday. For those whose last vacation was anything longer than two days ago, you may need reminding of the full out of work experience – it is amazing.
Sweet, sweet freedom, followed by sweet, sweet alcohol. Every day. On repeat. For a fortnight…
To read the rest of the column click here: http://www.wharf.co.uk/2013/10/blondes-eye-view-holiday-blues.html
“There I was, quietly erasing a day’s worth of work encounters from my mind on the DLR, when Satan’s ass trumpet shattered my reverie.
Are you going travelling? Thinking of blogging about it? Trust me, don’t. Nobody cares, apart from your mum, and even she’s doubtful if she’s got Breaking Bad episodes still to watch. Read my full column on the link below:
Are you a full time, part time or ‘whenever I have free time’ writer? Chances are you work, or try to, from home. This should be right up your hallway… Here’s a link to a guest post I wrote for the writing and self publishing site Shelf Help about how to make working from home work for you:
Good luck with your writing. Keep going!
London Fashion Week special insider report for Cosmopolitan:
Backstage beauty tips pinched from professional makeup artists over the ten years I worked in the fashion industry.
Read more: http://www.cosmopolitan.co.uk/beauty-hair/beauty-tips/london-fashion-week-beauty-tips#ixzz2fMkDeRJn
This week’s Wharf column is about how my Twitter account got suspended. I feel faint just writing that. I’m going to go and lie down in a darkened room and breathe deeply now, (with my smartphone). Link below:
In this week’s Wharf column I reminisce about boozy work lunch’s, and wonder if the colleague who’s taken me out has ordered salad because of budgetary or dietary constraints? Full column on the link below:
This week’s Wharf column is on those well-meaning friends and family who end up sabotaging your career by ‘endorsing’ you for all kinds of batshit crazy skills on LinkedIn:
Someone coughed in my hair. This is NOT okay. (Any jokes about this piece being dribble are hugely welcome). You can read the column here:
This week’s Wharf column is all about the new sideline I’ve started in marketing weightloss aids (a.k.a my email’s been hacked): http://www.wharf.co.uk/2013/08/blondes-eye-view-hacked-off.html