Embrace Life’s Accidents with Jackie Prutsman

It’s funny how most things in life come to us. Like this article, for instance. I listened to a podcast as I put my laundry in the washer and took a sip of my accidental cold brew (more on that in a moment). I’m listening to an interview where they mention how things happen fastRead more ⟶

Retrospectively Looking Over My Work as a Copywriter

Y’know when life comes up with one thing after another, to the point that you end up losing all focus and just powering on through? That’s kinda what’s happened with this blog. And it totally sucks that I had to drop my regular updates on here. What Happened? Between my freelancing, spending time with myRead more ⟶

Valuable Life Lessons to Be Learned from Golf

Some of the most important life lessons are not communicated through books or big ‘movie-style’ moments. They come to us in little ways as we spend our time doing things we love. A footballer will tell you about the importance of teamwork and healthy competition. A painter could tell you about planning and perspective. ButRead more ⟶

Powerful Viewpoint For Every Business Employee

Have you give ear to the statistic that says, “80% of new businesses fail within the first five years?” That seems to be a favorite one for people to adduce when sparing no effort to ward off their friends or co-workers from starting a new business, certainly, with the best of intentions. Now can anyoneRead more ⟶

Burnout: The slow-burning, insidious enemy

Photo by Gift Habeshaw on Unsplash For as long as I can remember, I’ve struggled to switch off. Since I left university, two-day weekends of relaxation, rest and energising play have been few and far between. In 2019 in particular, I’d get up far too early on Sunday mornings, with a journal long on to-dos, and short onRead more ⟶

How to Make Working From Home As Great As It Sounds (And Actually Get The Work Done)

The benefits of working from home are countless. To begin with, you don’t need to go out in the early hours of the day, and traffic and bad weather don’t really concern you. What’s more, you don’t need to deal with unpleasant coworkers, be in an office that depresses you, or follow rules that actuallyRead more ⟶

3 Steps to Creating Your Holiday Pause

Have you ever found yourself anticipating joy and fun for an upcoming holiday trip, only to find yourself pre-occupied with thoughts or issues pre-holiday? The entire trip seems like a blur and you realize you are no more rested or refreshed than before you left. Despite our best efforts, it is all too easy toRead more ⟶