“A lot can happen in a year…”

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…”

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The final push…reflecting on the last 3 years

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

A Very PR Christmas #1: the PR gift guide

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

My 5 top tips for staying motivated over the Christmas holidays

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

Reflection: last year’s September goals of a PR girl

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

do you need a degree to work in PR?

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?