I know, I know…

…don’t say it. I know I don’t need to apologise for not being the most active blogger lately, but I just feel bad because I know I’ve been missing out on a lot of awesome posts lately!

Life’s a bit manic at the moment. I’m in the last week of my current job (and man, are they squeezing the hours out of me!) and I’ve been having to do a lot of admin, grown-up stuff in preparation for my move to Leicester, where I’ll be undertaking my masters. I have posts to catch up on, emails to reply to, reviews to do (currently reading the most amazing book ever, so super excited for the review for that and the accompanying post I want to do with it!). Additionally, I also have a job interview next week to prepare for so if you guys have any tips, please let me know!

I’ll be checking in when I can. Miss you guys!

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15 thoughts on “I know, I know…

    1. I know, I get that it’s a hobby and that it loses its fun appeal if I start stressing myself out about it. I keep telling myself that the only person who makes me feel bad for not having a lot of time to blog is me! Bloggers have breaks all the time and I don’t criticise or judge them, so I don’t know why I do it to myself when I have a week or two where I struggle to find the time. Thanks for understanding! ☺️

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  1. Best wishes on everything! Good luck with the interview. It’s been a while since I have had one, but be honest, calm, don’t fidget, and if you don’t know something, tell them so but tell them you are interested in learning the answer or will work on it. I think you will do great and I look forward to hearing about it on your blog! ❤

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    1. That’s such a good point! I guess they’d appreciate honesty, as opposed to be stumbling over an answer as I try and pick my brains for one! I think a lot of employers understand that you might not know everything initially and being honest about that would be sure to put me in their good books. Thank you for the good wishes and advice. I’ll be sure to keep you updated! ❤

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      1. Definitely. It’s with all fields too. I was honest in my interviews for lab tech jobs because you can’t fake knowing stuff dealing with a person’s life. My husband helped with interviews with a tax software company and he said you could tell when people lied and they never got hired. And as an electrical engineer, he was told to never try to fluff in his interviews because they would know. As long as they know you are willing to learn, that matters more I think.

        You are very welcome! I am looking forward to updates! ❤

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  2. It’s easy to get caught up in worrying about followers and content, but the beauty of these little online worlds is they’ll all be there when you get back. We’ll all be here when YOU get back. Good luck in your interview! I’m sure you’ll be amazing.

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    1. Thank you for being so understanding ❤ I think I sometimes put myself under too much pressure. I just love this community so much and I miss it when I'm not around.
      Thank you! I shall let you know how the interview goes ❤


  3. Totally rooting for you with the new job! You can do it and I look forward to that review you’re excited about… oh, the anticipation! alas, oh no for the tbr pile! 😀
    When are you moving? When;s the big date? It’s quite close now isn’t it?

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      1. Oh… sure, changes are always a bit nerve wrecking but you know what? Things always have a way of working out just fine especially when you put in a bit of effort… so I am positive, things will be just fine.. I remember when I moved to Ireland.. I did have a job waiting when I got over but I think I moved over with 8kgs worth of a luggage… 😀 so basically, I came with hands in my pockets and most of my luggage was my metal CD collection 😀 hahahaha, priorities! Do enjoy this change though… it’s exciting and new places are always fun to explore… so keep us posted 🙂

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      2. That’s what I keep telling myself. Things will work out. It’s not like I’m going to be sat in my room all day doing nothing! It’s an exciting new adventure 😀
        What exactly made you move to Ireland? Did meeting your husband encourage you to move there, or was that something that happened afterwards? 🙂 It sounds scary, but I’m glad it all worked out! It sounds pretty badass the way you rocked up with nothing much more than your music 😛


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