If anything, this was initially a list of resources that I had compiled to remind myself of the ways in which I could make money, but I’ve decided to share it as I feel as though it might be beneficial to people other than myself.
As a student, I know the struggle of both trying to get by with and without a job and how extra disposable cash is always appreciated. I know as well as you do that time is precious, however, and that searching the web for “how to make money quickly” and the likes of is often pointless and time consuming. If you have anything that could be added to this list, or you can vouch for anything already here, let me know in the comments. This list is going to be regularly updated so it might be an idea to bookmark it now and refer to it as time goes on.
Continue reading Making Money: For Students
My attention span is honestly horrendous.
I’ve spoken briefly about issues regarding this before, but I think it’s something I really need to begin to address more frequently. I honestly have a horrendous attention span.
I am the sort of person who will put all of their energy into something all at once and then burn out quickly. I struggle to balance projects evenly and often leave things neglected and without nurture; quite like this blog. Continue reading note to self: pay attention
It’s Thursday and I’ve struggled to post all week, bar from my recent interview with Tell the Wolves.
Things are hectic at the moment – balancing college and my freelance graphics work (check out this survey!), I’ve also been trying to find myself a job, so my blog might be getting a little neglected. Alas, I’ll try my best to get things back up onto their feet within the next couple of days.
Something that kickstarted me to write a post this morning – apart from my late start at college – was the wonderful Sam (bellsiebooks) who volunteered me for The Real Neat Blog Award. Thank you Sam! ❤
How it works:
1 ) Put the award logo on your blog.
2) Answer 7 questions asked by the person who nominated you & create 7 new ones
3) Thank the people who nominated you, linking to their blog.
4) Nominate any number of bloggers you like, linking to their blogs.
5) Let them know you nominated them (by commenting on their blog, etc.) Continue reading The Real Neat Blog Award
I started college yesterday and I’m already drowning in the amount of work I’ve got to do for the coming week:
- Create a glossary of linguistic terms. English Language and Literature (AS Level)
- Collect an array of different texts in different styles. Select one text and convert it into a play extract (if it’s a play, convert it to a novel extract). English Language and Literature (AS Level)
- Annotate the first two chapters of The Great Gatsby, making notes on The American Dream, The Roaring Twenties, class (old money, new money, no money), and the past and future. English Language and Literature (AS Level)
- Read The Great Gatsby. English Language and Literature (AS Level)
- Read A Raising in the Sun. English Language and Literature (AS Level)
- Start and complete title page. Graphic Communication (A Level)
- Film a video on the theme of “Who I Am” with no use of editing, in a single shot. Media Studies (AS Level)
I might not be around here as much as I’d want to be in the recent days, because of this, but I’ll try my best to get back into the schedule as soon as possible. In the meantime, check out some of my favourite posts:
Share some of your favourite posts in the comment section below or just let me know what’s going on where you are. I’m always interested in starting a conversation. ❤