Mindfulness definitely sounds like a load of bollocks. It’s the sort of word that sounds like it was made up by an American women’s magazine columnist in an article about how she went to find herself at a yoga retreat up a mountain in Goa. Surprisingly, this is not the case. The word mindfulness wasContinue reading “Mindfulness: what is it and is it good, or is it a load of bollocks?”
I wasn’t ready for uni to end. It went by in a happy, hedonistic flash and before I knew it I was trussed up in one of those standard ‘office girl’ shift dresses staring at a computer screen churning out generic website content about things like coronary heart disease and diabetes which – let’s faceContinue reading “A pilgrimage to Tremough campus”
This is just going to be a quick one because I’ve just seen the time! Not that I need a reasonable bedtime now that I’m ‘superfluous’. It’s the end of my second day of redundancy. I cleared out our spare room, dismantled my drum kit and piled it on top of the wardrobes to makeContinue reading “Diary of a redundant writer: Day two”
At work earlier this afternoon I was summoned into a meeting room and made redundant, with immediate effect. I am ‘no longer needed or useful; superfluous’, according to the Google definition.
I’m moving on from my current job as a magazine editor, which I’m excited about but also sad.
I thought I’d post a mini update on day 4 of my 33 day challenge, seeing as it’s my lunch break and it’s too rainy outside to go for a walk…