6am, the alarm on my phone plays its upbeat jingle, it’s called Over the Horizon yet I don’t feel like that. Motivation to pull myself out of bed will do for the moment. Continue reading “How am I going to make someone’s life better today?”
If there is one type of attribute I despise in a person it is a lack of humility.
But it is inevitable in life that we will encounter braggers on a regular basis.
The best approach for these people – absolutely nothing.
I came to this conclusion, because the reason a person may brag is that they are insecure and seeking validation. By not reacting you starve them of this. But there is temptation to take another approach. Here, I explain why you shouldn’t:
In the western world we live in a very privileged society. We have safety, comfort and the freedom of leisure in ways that our ancestors never experienced.
So, what I am wondering is…
How did we all become such miserable bastards?
I had finished University and I thought “What do I want to do with my life?”
I decided that I wanted to help people and took on a voluntary job for an environmental charity. It was interesting to see how unorganised the voluntary sector was. My job title where I ‘worked’ was called ‘Campaign Officer’ and even in reflection I still have no idea what the job role was. Continue reading “My own world”
It was exactly 10 months ago today that I started the job that, for the first time gave me hope I had a career.
Although my job was relatively small and I got stuck with a lot of the crap jobs, I was eager to prove myself to get ahead in a project management office. Continue reading “All the small things”
I have had a bit of a hiatus from posting recently.
Since starting the blog I have been well disciplined to ensure that there has been new content every week (or more) because when I started I knew that I did not want to be one of the those blogs that post inconsistently and started with one of those weak, pathetic opener of:
“Sorry I haven’t post in a while guys, my life has been super hectic right now…”
In my January goals update I set myself the challenge to watch only two hours of TV a week.
As things stand, it looks pretty good, I no longer ‘marathon’ TV boxsets of shows I must watch.
And I limit myself to watching one episode of a show a week.
The only disadvantage is when I meet up socially with friends or at work when someone says “Did you watch…”