Rejection is a massive part of our lives. Rejection from people, jobs, colleges and it is inevitable. But you can’t live a life in fear of rejection. You have to go out there and live your best life and try to achieve your dreams. I believe that rejection can be a great way to learn, grow and develop. But it is important to understand how you react to rejection and how to deal with it to make the most out of the situation. Over the years, I have faced many rejections and I faced the most rejections while at University applying for placement schemes and then Graduate schemes. That was a difficult time…
We are currently living in some 'interesting times' as everyone keeps saying. It has made a lot of things difficult, one of them being finding a job. But trust me, when I say it is not all doom and gloom.
Social media is filled with people talking about how this is our chance to be productive and learn new skills because we won't have time like this again. but what people are forgetting is that we are living through a pandemic which is impacting people on all levels and people should be able to do whatever makes them feel comfortable and safe.
As we spend so much time in Self isolation, it is a great opportunity get some new skills if you have the time and energy. So I list the most popular/ my favourite learning sites.
There are stories to be told about your bravery and courage. About what you have achieved. Don't shy away from one more thing that belongs to you my dear beautiful girl.
Love. A concept. An idea. A philosophy. History. Definitely part of Geography. A little bit of Maths. A lot of Chemistry. French and English.
When was the last time that you spent catching up with yourself. Checking in with your feelings and taking a break from the double edged sword if social media?
The humble experience - when I had the opportunity to meet the man, the myth, the LEGEND - Humble the Poet.
2020 is here! Daym it is so exciting to think of the start of a new decade. But with that comes new goals and new things we want to achieve. So what are you looking to achieve in 2020?
As 2019 comes to an end, I reflect on the past year and the past decade. Life has changed a lot and so many lessons have been learnt.