You Don’t Know Who You’re Talking To

‘You don’t know who you’re talking to’. I’m not trying to accost you. Or begin a lecture about online safety, although this is very important (watch Black Mirror, my GOD it’s hauntingly accurate). This is about IRL situations. The above phrase is something my Dad says on the reggers. It doesn’t sound like advice does it? Or something that can…

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What’s Your Excuse For Not Being Successful?

Everyone has different ideas of what success is. Your own singular definition and your own carved out idea of how you’ll get there. Maybe you already think you’re successful. You probably are. But very rarely do we look back on what we’ve done with pride and instead only look at what we have left to do with trepidation.…

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Learning To Take Criticism *Better*

If you’re reading this you probably admit hands up, white flag, that you don’t always have the best reaction every time someone tells you that a piece of your work needs a bit of work. Being told that you’ve basically wasted your time and need to re-do everything isn’t always easy. For most of us, the initial reaction can look…

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Swap These Words To Sound Smarter

Phew, that was a butt load of sibilance, wasn’t it! Sheesh. Now, I’m not sure about you but I’ve noticed something sneaky going on with the way people are talking recently. Everyone seems to have been taking secret night classes and now all have diplomas in speaking fluent bullshit. It’s not so much what they’re saying but what words…

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Can we #MakeBloggingGreatAgain?

With the recent schmaschmaugeration of a man my family has perfectly spoonerised as Tronald Dump (or it’s £1 in the swear jar because we’re sick of hearing his name) I’ve been thinking about his promise to #MakeAmericaGreatAgain. It’s a big, impossible promise. Too big for one man in 4 years (please don’t make it 8) to fulfil, impossible because…

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