Everyone is starting diets this time of the year, but I hate that word. I see it more as a lifestyle change. I’ve put together a few ways you can eat more vegetables without even noticing.
Most people make new years resolutions – some of these are to reduce stress or lose weight/exercise more. I think that becoming organised at work and school/uni can reduce stress and help get the year off to a good start.
I’ve put together five ways I keep myself organised at work and at home, see the list below:
Looking after the environment is something I care about. Everyone should make a little change in their lives to ensure this planet survives for the next generation and others after us. Since I’ve started work, I think I’ve become more ‘green’ because I walk to work and reuse bottles. I’m not a member of any eco organisations or anything like that, but I like to think that the things I do every day and every week are helping the environment a little bit. So I thought I’d share them with you all!
I recently found out that I got the job I’ve been wanting ever since I read the job description! Yay me! I’m not saying I’m an interview guru but I’d thought I’d share some stuff with you, including a CV template.
I got my degree in computer science this year and didn’t actually want to go into a super-duper coding role. (I wrote about this in an earlier blog post about change). Nevertheless, I wanted to share my experiences and tips about assessment days, interviews and CV writing in this post!