Another week flies by and see’s my return to university to continue my second year. This blog actually came about due to an assignment in my practical journalism course. I got my mark back for this piece, the post submitted was Live Intentionally in 2016 and I go a first, which I’m so proud of.
Even though this blog started out as part of my degree, I love the way it is developing and allowing me to explore this idea away from the blogging I have done over the past six years. I ghost written posts in the past and had found it very difficult to find my own voice. Also having another blog that has such a wide scope of topics I felt again like I had to write impartially, so flexing my writing voice on this blog has been very interesting and I hope you continue to see it develop
Here is an interesting idea, changing an important question to ask yourself may actually change the way you think and impact upon your life choices. Quartz shared this interesting posts and it really made me think.
Social media is an large part of both my work and home life and following on from my post yesterday, here is another view point from No Sidebar about how social media can actually simplify our lives.
This post on writing really hit home this week. Finding my unique voice is a work in progress as I am sure it is for all of us and Hip Diggs writer Dan Erickson shares how to be fearless with your writing.
What do you do when writers block strikes? Me and Orla talks about her experience and how she copes with it whilst working from home.
Finally how loving yourself will help you to love others. This is a guest post from the author of one of my #theyearinbooks picks from this month, Jessica Turner, on A Holy Experience. I’m loving the book and this posts shares her brilliant writing style.