Nothing says Christmas more than a beautiful tree, and this year we decided to leave our plastic tree in the loft and buy a real one.
There are plenty of options when buying a real tree: supermarkets, DIY centres, and farms up and down the country have trees for sale. But at one of the busiest times of the year, do you really want the hassle of searching out your perfect tree and attempting to transport it home?
There’s a much easier option! Let someone else do the hard work for you!
I’ve had many throughout growing up. I’ve even had times where I’ve had no idea, but schools pressured you into believing that you must know exactly what you want to do.
I thought I’d give a short and sweet post on some of my own career goals.
These may not all be set in stone, or might even change somewhat over time. But as of right now, here’s what I’m aiming for.Continue reading “Career Goals”→
Today, I’m talking about something which has bothered me, pretty much all my life. Eczema.
When I was younger, I used to get it frequently. In fact, it became so bad, I had thick scabs from it.
During my preteen-early teen years, I don’t recall getting it as much, if at all, but this last couple of years I’ve been getting it again.
It’s not too bad, I don’t get it all the time, but, I get it when the seasons change. Mainly spring-summer. Then it lasts for months.Continue reading “How I’m Curing My Eczema”→
Video games have been around since October of 1958 and have continued to grow and improve since. We’ve gone from a simple tennis game to playing games in VR in just sixty (60) years!
Video games itself, and the ability to record, edit, and create content has allowed and successfully opened up a new career opportunity for people dedicated and passionate enough to go for it.
While we’re not all Markiplier’s or Jacksepticeye’s with nineteen (19) Million+ subscribers, it is possible to make a living – or at least a passive income – with this.Continue reading “Video Game Addiction: A Genuine Concern, or Just Shit Parenting?”→
Consuming enough water was something I never used to be bothered about at a younger age. I’d have a glass on hand at night and I’d always have a full bottle at school, but other than that I’d stick to drinking juices, fizzy drinks, tea’s, and then maybe water – should I fancy it.
Interviews, no matter how many you’ve had, can either be nerve-wracking or just be leaving you to feel completely unprepared.
So today, I hope to help you out a bit, giving you some advice and tips on how to get through your interviews!