One year ago today I was just about to embark on an end of uni trip to Paris, celebrating getting 83% in my dissertation and finding out I'd landed my first post-grad job (thanks Timehop - my memory would be nothing without you). And it's true. A lot can happen in a year. I was inspired … Continue reading “A lot can happen in a year…”
In FIVE days time I will have finished uni forever!! I still remember sitting in my room in halls at 1am re-vamping my blog, which was then wonderfulworldxoxo.wordpress.com (WHY????), and turning it into a PR blog. I remember getting my first ever First for an assignment. I remember winning my first blogging competition...I remember winning … Continue reading The final push…reflecting on the last 3 years
So, it may seem like I have officially dropped off of the PR blogger-sphere but fear not, I am still here, it's just I am currently buried to the neck in dissertation surveys, dissertation interviews, portfolios and client pitches. What the dreams of every 3rd year student are made of, eh?! I've made a little … Continue reading Final year update!
Welcome to part 1 of my Christmas blog series! I really wanted to introduce some festivity into my blog over the holiday season, but I found hardly any PR themed Christmas blog posts...so I decided to do my own! Every Friday over the next 5 weeks (with a break on Christmas day!), I'll be sharing … Continue reading A Very PR Christmas #1: the PR gift guide
Now I don't know about you, but uni work can often get forgotten amongst all the christmassy food, films, socialising and did I mention food? As a 3rd year uni student who has approximately 9,345 words left of a dissertation to write (don't tell my dissertation tutor that!), I need to make sure I actually … Continue reading My 5 top tips for staying motivated over the Christmas holidays
Helllloooo there!! So I've been fairly MIA over the summer on Live Love Laugh PR, but my blogging hiatus has officially ended and I am about to embark on my third and final year as a PR student....erm sorry what?!! Feels like yesterday I moved into halls! This time last year, I wrote this post … Continue reading Reflection: last year’s September goals of a PR girl
The 2011 PRWeek/PRCA Census results showed that 89% of PR professionals have a degree. But, with the recent increase of student fees, not everyone wants/is able to spend 3+ years in education studying PR, which they could potentially work their way up in. So, is it possible to have just as good a career as someone who … Continue reading do you need a degree to work in PR?