2020 was a year of stagnation and yet many things have started rolling on quicker than ever. We might’ve not been able to do everything we have planned for 2020 but in the age of the pandemic the year actually had some bright moments. Only think about the amount of free time you could use to just rest, work on your projects, do uni work, watch your favorite movies and TV series.
Thanks to the flexibility of my day job I can easily maneuver between doing my master’s degree, various courses (now it’s mental health, hr and pr courses) and planning to open yet another business – for now there are only plans and even more courses! But how do you stay motivated in the world filled with day jobs leaving you little to no time to relax and have a breather? Let me give you some tips!
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We have reopened almost a month ago and I haven’t submitted any of my poems to any competitions or poetry magazines. I haven’t written a single article as a ghost writer and I have not had enough time to reply to all of the emails as quickly as I used to before 4th of July. The lack of time for something that used to be my entire world for the past three months made me think that I’m doing something wrong. It made it difficult to enjoy my day job, even though I adore people I work with, they never fail to put a smile on my face and they are very supportive when I tell them about my creative work.
The amount of time I’ve spent trying to create a perfect resume is… actually it’s pretty sad. I’ve been looking for the best way to put my experience, skills and education down on paper and nothing seemed to work. So I started googling, signing up of webinars and courses on writing a resume. I have put everything I found out together and within a week I came up with a couple of CVs and started sending them out. Month later I was writing my very first article for VICE Polska. Today I decided to share everything I’ve learnt with you guys.
The deed is done. The process is over. Copies have been sent to print and we are incredibly excited! Soon our zine will be out and printed and who would’ve thought? Well… we certainly did!
Have you ever spent hours writing a piece or a publication and then still got a rejection email? We have all been there, so don’t worry. It’s not the end of the world. Let me tell you why rejections are important!