The Freelancer’s Journey: From Then to Now – Melissa Blamey

Melissa Blamey is a successful copywriter based in Buckinghamshire, with over 12 years experience writing for print and online media. She has written over 1,000 product descriptions for a leading food and drink wholesaler, web pages for an international gaming company plus many more. Her specialisms range from property and housebuilding to parenting and pregnancy, which certainly […]

Penny for the Poor

Dear you & everyone else, I think this week has been the worst week in the history of weeks. I’ve had arguments with people I hold most dear and I think I’ve pretty much lost the plot. It all started really well after the weekend, I had my friend Alex come over from Spain and […]

Bunny Hopping

I am seriously in need of some intellectual conversation or something stimulating to read. I’m beginning to seriously consider doing some housework, which really shows how bored I am getting! It’s been a while since I’ve posted, due to the copious amounts of University work that needed to be completed, such as my dissertation. Thankfully, […]

If its any consolation, I quite like children

I’m casually spending my Christmas/January break chilaxing by the seaside in Suffolk, as one does. Not only should I be doing Uni work and writing on my dissertation, I should be making some hefty life choices. Teaching is something that has been niggling away in the back of my brain for quite  a while, in […]

Journalism Junkie

Things have been quite busy in the past few days for me, hence why I haven’t been blogging an awful lot. Just getting some quiet time now to let you know what I’ve been doing! I’ve been off and applying for work experience at the BBC in Broadcast Journalism for BBC Midlands Today. Never have […]

when I come back you’ll know, Amy Winehouse

I’m taking the peaceful time that I have at present to reflect on a fantastic musical sensation, being Amy Winehouse. I’m in a pensive mood today and not feeling a blog full of ranting. Besides, its Sunday. I’ve just dug out her ‘Back to Black’ album on iTunes and it really is amazing. It’s such […]

The bookshop culture – still going strong.

I just read a blog post in which it discussed the decline in bookstores, where you can aimlessly search for books for hours on end and end up getting quite a bad neckache. I can’t disagree that Amazon has taken over the majority of the book world, but for someone like me, an English student […]