Pips Pro Tip #4

Know your strengths. This tip is useful in a range of situations. Whether it’s going to a job interview or when being asked to complete a task; knowing your strengths is a massive bonus and will always help you feel better about yourself as you think about them. It could be “hard working” or “resilience”, … More Pips Pro Tip #4

Pips Pro Tip #3

You always have time to breathe. Seems silly, but taking a few deep, deliberate breaths can do wonders to calm you down and help you focus. Make sure you breathe all the way in to your diaphragm and fill your lungs. Then exhale slowly, concentrating on nothing but the slow inhale and exhale. 5 truly … More Pips Pro Tip #3

Pips Pro Tip #2

This tip seems strange at first, but trust me. Positive psychology has a lot to say about the words we use and the impact it has on those around us and their moods. Never apologise for being late. Flip the language and thank the people/person for their patience. It’s a simple Jedi mind trick to … More Pips Pro Tip #2

The Responsibility of Writers – Finding an old assessment journal

While going through my digital files I came across a folder from 2016 when I was attempting my third (maybe fourth) degree. This one was Writing, Editing and Publishing. Something I gave up after the first semester because I was sick of being given low grades because the lecturer disagreed with my views on morality … More The Responsibility of Writers – Finding an old assessment journal