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Ten wonderful things I’ve learned from having a self-development and careers mentor

Ten wonderful things I’ve learned from having a self-development and careers mentor

In September, I was lucky enough to sign up to the University of Brighton's mentoring scheme, which gave me a free mentor in the local community. I was a little nervous during my first online meeting, because I didn't know what to expect at all - I just knew that I was determined to grow [...]

Reading Vaddey Ratner’s In the Shadow of the Banyan on International Women’s Day

Reading Vaddey Ratner’s In the Shadow of the Banyan on International Women’s Day

For those of you who are interested in learning about recent Cambodian history, particularly through the eyes of a woman, this novel will bring you to tears. Although Angelina Jolie's film First They Killed My Father is informative, engrossing and cinematically astute, compared to the details of this novel, it is barely an introduction to [...]

Teaching English online or overseas – A way to make a living during the COVID 19 pandemic.

Teaching English online or overseas – A way to make a living during the COVID 19 pandemic.

This piece piece was written by Max Kelly. This piece is intended for a broad audience. Those under less financial strain might find inspiration for something to do. Those who need a way to get some more cash might find it here. It contains advice on finding a job you can do in many places [...]

A pandemic = a decline in productivity + a rise of MLM’s

A pandemic = a decline in productivity + a rise of MLM’s

This article was written by Megan Louise. Click here to follow her incredible blog, which features all the research the spoken-word artist has done into MLM. Feeling frustrated having not anything productive all year? Feeling guilty? You could always search for a relatable quote on the internet. This might cheer you up or make you [...]

‘How I Kept Creative Momentum Through Lockdown’: An Interview with Full-Time Blogger, Alexa Jade

‘How I Kept Creative Momentum Through Lockdown’: An Interview with Full-Time Blogger, Alexa Jade

Alexa Jade is a blogger living in Southampton, with a lot of empathy for social issues and movements in mental health. She is committed to self-growth and you can see this in her post 'Why I blog'. You can see her entire portfolio, which consists of a tempting array of blog-posts on creativity, mental health [...]