Stop Normalising The Idea That You Need To Be Overworked (345/365)

I honestly don't know which capitalist normalised the idea of being overworked, stressed and depressed due to work, but we need to get rid of it and we need to do it ASAP. I'm only 26 and the amount of conversations I've had with friends and colleagues about how much unpaid overtime they do and … Continue reading Stop Normalising The Idea That You Need To Be Overworked (345/365)

F*ck Everyones Expectations (306/365)

Anyone relate to being told that they should grow up to become a doctor or a lawyer and get married and have children and then reaching the age where you're making these decisions and not wanting to do any of them. I'm aware I'm quite lucky that my parents (whether they want to or not) … Continue reading F*ck Everyones Expectations (306/365)

How To Deal With Rejection When You Apply For Jobs (273/365)

Job hunting is the time where a lot of us understand the pain that comes with rejection. You get formal emails telling you that you're not being considered, you get ignored/ghosted and it's honestly one of the most emotionally exhausting things you can do. I remember when I first graduated from university and started applying … Continue reading How To Deal With Rejection When You Apply For Jobs (273/365)

It’s Ok To Fail! (269/365)

The way our society and culture has manifested has riddled many people with a fundamental fear of failiure. The fear is so crippling that people are scared to actually try things that they may love or lead to their career of their dreams and honestly it's something that's difficult to get rid of because it's … Continue reading It’s Ok To Fail! (269/365)

Positive Things I Learnt Whilst Working A Shit Sales Job (261/365)

I've written posts about it, I always talk about it, and if you don't know by now then honestly you clearly haven't been a long term reader. Well all jokes aside, in my stupid youth (it was only two years ago, but I'm sticking with the youth phrase) I worked a door to door sales … Continue reading Positive Things I Learnt Whilst Working A Shit Sales Job (261/365)

The Myth of Perfection (212/365)

The quest for perfection, whether it's in our looks, our abilities or even just in what we're doing, we always seek to do it in a perfect way, but what is perfection? A quick google search defines it as 'having all the required or desirable elements, qualities, or characteristics; as good as it is possible … Continue reading The Myth of Perfection (212/365)

The Worst Manager I’ve Worked Under (197/365)

You might have read my many posts about my horrific experience working in a sales cult, if you haven't you might need to check them out for context about this post. Essentially it was a very negative experience, although I learnt a lot, the consistent sexual harassment, bullying, mind games and general stress wasn't worth … Continue reading The Worst Manager I’ve Worked Under (197/365)

How To Tell If You’re In a Sales Cult (176/365)

There's been a slow wave of sales cults erupting in the western world and it's one of those things that you wouldn't really notice until you or a family member succumbs to them. You see the members everywhere, on the streets, near your roads, knocking your doors. They're usually selling something - cheaper broadband, charity, … Continue reading How To Tell If You’re In a Sales Cult (176/365)

Why I Started This Blog (168/365)

So you're probably wondering why I'm expanding on this more after 167 days of posting every single day, and the answer is mainly because I want to. I haven't really run out of ideas, but we're reaching half a year of consistent blogging and it's honestly been fun. I never thought I'd last thing long … Continue reading Why I Started This Blog (168/365)

Never Feel Guilty For Saying No (140/365)

"Do you want to come out?","Do you want to come to this event?", "Do you want to do <insert activity>"? As people we get asked to do lots of things, and for the most part it feels amazing to actually go out and do things. Even if it's just a meal at a new place, … Continue reading Never Feel Guilty For Saying No (140/365)