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Carousel Twenty-five Top Tips For Writing
…because your writing is worth giving your best. Say to yourself… I am a writer! Then tell everyone else. Read before you write… before you read before you write before you read… you get ...continue reading
Journey into the unknown…
A week ago today we were celebrating the 1st birthday of my youngest. Today I was buying a new phone for my eldest, who will be 12 on 6th September. ...continue reading
Positivity in a Job Interview – It Works
What NOT To Say In A Job Interview If you are in possession of a great CV,and you are confident you can master the art of the interview, then your ...continue reading
Important Queries About CVs Solved
If you do it right, you will definitely be finding some great opportunities waiting for you. However, if a single word goes wrong, you could be in for a huge ...continue reading
What To Include In A CV?
Making a CV or a Curriculum Vitae can be one of the most difficult tasks for you. This is probably the first most important document of your career. You will ...continue reading
Go on, spit it out.
Do writers have something to say? Then they must spit it out upon a page, for people to read. My pride might be damaged as I attempt a blog post here. ...continue reading
A year in the life…..
365 days of love since you came into our lives. Our little unexpected bundle of joy. I still remember the day I found out you were coming, and the night when I ...continue reading
My Grandfather and The Village Cow
This is a true story. Recently, my Mum celebrated her 80th birthday and my Dad his 82nd. It was not a time for gifts but a time for time. We went ...continue reading
Weekly Blog. 14th -20th January 2013 Horsing Around with our Food
” Millions of people long for immortality who do not know what to do with themselves on a rainy afternoon”. (Susan Ertz) There is a small and barely perceptible lengthening ...continue reading
Can writers be taught or should it come naturally?
Earlier this month I was invited to speak at the Hay Festival Kells, on a subject that caused some interesting discussion. “Can Writers be taught or should it come naturally?” On the ...continue reading