In my last post, I guided you through the process of writing a CV and look at you now – I’m so proud. However, there is still much work to be done. It’s time for part two of this brutal process – preparing for an interview. (That gif was me applying for the job to…
How to write a good CV (Toby)
Ahh writing a CV, the start of a VERY FUN process. But we both know that you want that job… Well lucky for you, I am here to help. Especially since everyone else in your life as soon as you mentioned CV probably did this: Now, not to brag, but I currently have two jobs…
My tips on writing a good CV (Alice)
We’ve all been there; the dreaded job search trying to find something that we’re at least a tiny bit remotely interested in. And then, you finally come across a job description and you think: I could do that! But the one big barrier that’s standing in the way between you and that job is the crippling thought of writing a CV.
Part time work and studying, managing my time and my money (Toby)
Most importantly, plan time to relax. If you don’t allow yourself some down time you’ll just end up dropping everything. The brilliant thing about planning time to relax is it removes any form of guilt. The voice in your head that says “you need to work” will not have any power anymore. Because this is your time to relax, you need to relax, not work.