You Need To Set Boundaries (343/365)

We learn a lot of things growing up, how to walk, talk, do exams, make friends and so much more but the one thing that is never really emphasised is how to set boundaries. Boundaries are super important as there are so many instances that can make you feel uncomfortable and instead of just dealing … Continue reading You Need To Set Boundaries (343/365)

Know Your Worth (341/365)

I'm not entirely sure how to start this blog post, maybe add an inspiring quote or a good introduction. Maybe I should pretend that this website has well prepared high value daily content, but that's simply not the case and I don't really enjoy pretending to be something I'm not. Also - the grammatical errors … Continue reading Know Your Worth (341/365)

Every Sales Tips You Can Use To Get Your Way (340/365)

I'm going to round up this mini sales series with something extremely useful but easy to read. Sales roles are a great way to build your confidence and your people skills, but the thing I personally took from it was how the techniques you learn can be valuable and help you essentially get your way … Continue reading Every Sales Tips You Can Use To Get Your Way (340/365)

Dear White People, We Don’t Just Call Anyone A Racist (329/365)

Dear white people, Here we go again, I'm jumping on this letter format yet again because the 'race' series I started will never truly end, not until racism stops being a thing and that isn't happening in this century. Today we're going to unpack something.... something that sadly many white people believe and a lot … Continue reading Dear White People, We Don’t Just Call Anyone A Racist (329/365)

Reflecting On My Petty Week (328/365)

So this week I wrote a series of posts as a petty reaction to people's response to racism - yes the posts were a reaction to a reaction, it was like some bastardised version of inception but through sheer pettiness and honestly I'm not even mad about it. I should probably feel a little shame … Continue reading Reflecting On My Petty Week (328/365)

To Everyone Who Defends Their Racist Friend (324/365)

I think it's safe to say the theme of this week is racism, and it's inspired by pure pettiness - I wish I was a better person, but I'm really not. Now we all have one friend who's about a decade or two behind with everything, the ones who complain about political correctness or are … Continue reading To Everyone Who Defends Their Racist Friend (324/365)

Companies Need To Stop Writing Fake Positive Glassdoor Reviews (318/365)

Glassdoor is probably one of my favourite websites out there purely because it has helped me with job hunting, searching for honest reviews about the company and looking at the interview process. Good souls out there will write down what the companies interview process is, what each position pays and an honest review about their … Continue reading Companies Need To Stop Writing Fake Positive Glassdoor Reviews (318/365)

That Friday Feeling (312/365)

As per the last 200 days of this challenge I've reached the point where I can't write about a lot of the deep things I want to, so you're getting sarcastic Fatima for now. Why? You didn't ask, because it's a Friday and honestly as much as I do love Fridays, the fact that we … Continue reading That Friday Feeling (312/365)

Hating Your Job Is Too Normalised (311/365)

I'm not entirely sure how to write this one so it might be short, but the concept of adults hating their job is honestly too normalised and it worries me. Obviously I'm not naive enough to think everyones doing their dream jobs and to be perfectly honest, capitalism and the fear of being penniless leads … Continue reading Hating Your Job Is Too Normalised (311/365)

What Being a Procrastinator Taught Me (309/365)

You might have guessed it from the title but I was a huge procrastinator as a young student. I did everything last minute and lived life on the edge, I would wait until the day before or the morning of an exam to actually revise, and sometimes it worked out for me, other times it … Continue reading What Being a Procrastinator Taught Me (309/365)