A SMART goal is Specific, Measurable, lists your Actions, detailed Results, and is Time-dependent. Giving SMART answers at interviews meant that I rarely got rejected while hunting for graduate jobs (that happened at the other stages), but why would we want to apply this thinking to our goals?
Because SMART thinking is the ultimate productivity hack. … More The ULTIMATE productivity hack | Making SMART goals
2020 taught me a lot of life lessons to take away and into the new year. Here are the final ten that I wanted to share (you can find the first ten on my blog too!). … More 20 things I learned in 2020 – Part II | Deep Dive
You’re about to read the three key steps that I take in building a better Bullet Journal. It’s a minimalist approach that will free you up to focus on what you desperately need time for every day. … More Bullet journaling to success | Method to my madness
Motivation is a wonderful tool for getting started, but it never helps us to finish our projects. In reality, we need to internalise our motivation. Here’s why (and how). … More Motivation is a myth (I promise)
[5-minute read] “Here’s my take on how I scored two freelancing jobs, with tips that will hopefully make your life easier.” … More How to make it as a freelance writer
[3-minute read] “…as a freelance writer and blogger, I can work wherever I please. I’ve worked from home, in coffee shops, libraries, Universities and even on trains, but completely understand how difficult it can be to stay productive outside of an office. These are my tips and tricks to maximising your productivity while working from home.” … More Maximise your productivity while working from home