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AMAZON.COM AMAZON UK Blurb She left home to find herself…and found love along the way. Maggie isn’t looking for love on her backpacking trip through Australia. She’s ...continue reading
14 Reasons You Need to Leave Your Employer – Now
Fear. It is at the root of most problems and all anxiety. Of course fear is the only thing to fear. Fear comes from a deep inner belief that you ...continue reading
Gardens and Grandparents
In my last post, I was talking about nostalgia and one of the things that I tend to be nostalgic about is gardens (and the flowers therein). The garden might ...continue reading
‘I smell like toast with melted butter’
Apparently when I come out of the shower I smell like ‘melted butter on toast’. This is according to my 9-year-old son, and I’m not quite sure how to take ...continue reading
School & ‘The Olden Days’
‘Mam, did you go to school in the ‘olden days’? asked my son last year. While lifting my jaw of the floor and re-establishing my heart rhythm I asked him ...continue reading
Professional CV Preparation in Ireland
As a CV Writer(Yes, CV’s have to be written), the following questions are the most important questions one needs to evaluate when creating their CV. Professional CV Writing Services Cork. ...continue reading
10 Ways to Look Busy and Avoid Being Fired
1. Rush Everywhere Run up the stairs. Fly by Amanda at Reception with a quick cheery “How are you?” but be sure not to wait for her answer. When someone senior appears, break ...continue reading
Book Launch Baby
As a new and aspiring writer it can be tough. Never thinking your work is good enough, never knowing where to turn next in order to get a foot on ...continue reading
Summer Nostalgia: does it make a good story?
I recently experienced a burst of nostalgia for various past episodes of my childhood. It’s tricky to deal with this often pernicious emotion. Ideally as a writer, you attempt to ...continue reading