During the summer of 2019, I took part in a work placement at my local cat cafe, which was nothing short of a dream! I loved spending every day with the twelve gorgeous rescue cats at Pause, and spreading their message of love and fur-iendship (see what I did there?) to their wonderful customers. DuringContinue reading “Pause Cat Cafe Placement Work”
In November 2019, I wrote a review article for my university’s student-run online news outlet, Nerve Now, about one of my most anticipated books of the year. Read it here: https://nervemedia.org.uk/nerve/book-review-call-hawk-maggie-stiefvater/
In November 2019, I wrote a film review for my university’s online news outlet! Check it out here: https://nervemedia.org.uk/nerve/hustlers-a-review-by-jess-allen/
For five weeks in the summer of 2019, I worked as an intern for Pause, a cat cafe in my home town of Bournemouth. Officially, I was their summer Media, PR, and Events Intern, and my role was to manage the café’s social media presence and organize and promote their regular events. But, like anyContinue reading “A Day in the Life of a Cat Café Intern”
So we may or may not be more than two weeks into 2018 already and I may or may not have been so damn busy with everything life (AKA procrastinating my uni work and watching Jane the Virgin) to write or even think about writing a blog post. But I was absolutely determined (ish) to getContinue reading “50 Things I Did in 2017”
Welcome! (Or if you’re a returning visitor, welcome back). Welcome to my little corner of the Internet where I pretend I regularly write blog posts and upload them. Wow, what a crazy thought, eh?
For some reason, as of late, my love of books has skyrocketed. Right up there, into the cosmos, floating around and taunting me above my head (mainly singing “Ha ha, you love books but can’t afford them!” and things to that effect). Like it really has hit the roof. I’m eight away from reaching myContinue reading “Bloggers Made Me Buy It // Books”
Throughout the month of May in 2017, there were a number of things I did to try and get my head out of the metaphorical mind-gutter. Both internal and external, both things that affected me and also affected those around me, but all in all this change was good.
As most of those around me know, I’m having quite a hard time as of late.
So it’s been six months since the start of my apprenticeship. For those that have known me for many years, no one could have ever expected me to take such a route in life (I mean it’s only a year long, but it could well shape my life as I know it), and honestly IContinue reading “A Day in the Life of a Marketing Apprentice”