For 2018 I’m not really going to set myself any resolutions or anything too serious, I know I want to try and get on the property ladder this year, I know that I want to actually use my recipe books more and I know that I want to continue progressing in my career and learning but I’m pretty certain that these things will happen of their own accord! But, for my blog, this is something that, of course, I have to work on myself if I want it to grow and improve so here are a few goals, aims and objectives for 2018 and my little blog.
Just recently I’ve been feeling a little overwhelmed and a teeny bit uninspired so I’ve decided to take a week and then my up coming city break this weekend to have a step back from the blog and get super inspired again. Time to get my mojo back!
There’s been so much happening recently in my little world that it’s been difficult to focus. Fortunately I know a couple of things that help me when I’m feeling a bit lost and I’m definitely going to make sure I do these so I can come back to my blog feeling fresh in a week or so!
I’ve started travelling a lot more within the past few years and visiting loads of new cities, both in the UK and Europe. I’ve discovered how much I love being a ‘travel blogger’ and how useful it is to other people to be able to read reviews of places and see real-life images of hotels, resorts and places to eat and drink. We always, always read numerous reviews about hotels, cafes and things to do before we hit a new city or holiday destination! I follow so many travel bloggers, I’ll do a post on my favourites soon but, if you’re a travel blogger or Instagrammer, I’ve found the best hashtags to make sure your content is seen throughout the channels and profiles that you want it to be.
There are now more than six million people who call themselves personal trainers. Thanks to training organisations and a clear certification path, interest in the fitness industry continues to grow. And why wouldn’t it? It’s a career that’s super rewarding. You get to choose your own clients and your own hours, and there’s no hard-to-navigate dress code: you just put on your gym kit and that’s it. How do you know if personal training is for you? Here are some signs that you’d make a great personal trainer.
Working a full-time job doesn’t mean that you can’t earn extra income. It may seem impossible, but there are so many ways! Working full time is hard, but we can always make a little more time than we think. Try these tips for extra time and then we’ll get on to how to make some extra cash later.
When I was younger I loved Visual Merchandising and I still love shop displays, I did a bit of work experience in them but never really pursued it because by the time I’d finished university and was applying for jobs I’d found blogging and the world of social media marketing was really taking off and that’s where I’ve ended up! But, I’ve got a super helpful post today all about becoming a VM and what it takes to get there, I hope you enjoy it.
The majority of girls I know love fashion and beauty. They love playing with their style, buying new clothes, and experimenting with makeup. Wouldn’t it be awesome to make a living from that sort of industry? To work doing something that you really enjoy. Here’s how you can begin to make a living in these industries!