Monthly Archives: March 2011

It’s all work work work.

I’ve stumbled upon a lot of work related content while perusing the internet today. From the Guardian’s regular Live Q&A session focused on work experience to a wonderfully calming blog post from Miss Dale about ‘job worry’, which can be … Continue reading

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World Book Night continued…

And so the World Book Night debate continues… WBN titles recieve major sales boost I’ll be honest, I still have a few floating round my flat (much to the boyf’s annoyance). Sadly, for me, World Book Night’s organizational skills left … Continue reading

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What is it you actually do again?

“So, what do you do?”- it’s not an unreasonable question. Ever since I entered the world of full time work I’ve found myself getting flummoxed by how to answer; in the past week alone no less than three people have … Continue reading

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Livejournal

I’m working on a new blog post at the moment and in the meantime I continue to use my livejournal. I’ve just accepted an offer for a two week trial of a paid account- but I’m concerned I’m not going … Continue reading

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World Book Night

As promised, I have a lot to say, and the topic of today’s post cannot possibly wait until I have more time/less on my list of things to do/have solidifed my own opinions. As you may or may not know, … Continue reading

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A post a day

Since the new year I’ve been keen to check out the “Postaday2011” blogs that frequently pop up on Freshly Pressed. I’ve never thought that this is a process (*this being a disciplined attitude to writing*) that would suit me and … Continue reading

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‘Memories, even your most precious ones, fade surprisingly quickly’

I went to see Never Let Me Go on the 16th February, just a few days after it’s UK release on the 11th. It wasn’t the best day to go and if it was any other film I’d have taken … Continue reading

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