A short while into the new year and it feels like time has flown by so quickly. It seems like only yesterday when everyone was chanting ‘new year, new me’, right? Yet for many, that rarely happens. We often find that many people somehow fail to follow through with their goals. In my opinion, one …

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  Last Saturday night, I attended the Blame the Consumer Premiere, where R.M. Moses and his team showcased a range of their latest, exclusive films. Blame The Consumer is a brand that takes pride in its high level of quality work, specialising in (but not limited to) short films, feature length, screenwriting, cinematography and documentaries. As a team …

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  Following my recent birthday turning 21 (yay), I thought of all the ways I ‘act’ like a 21- year-old, and all the ways I don’t. Considering that my birthday cake had a massive picture of Lemongrab (an Adventure Time character) across it, I’m guessing I don’t fit the average 21-year- old profile. I would say it’s time …

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    Too often people don’t acknowledge the extent to which holding onto anger and bitterness can ruin their lives. Everyone’s heard the saying ‘holding on to anger, is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die’, but not enough of us actually practice what we preach. Forgiveness is the healthiest option following any conflict, and …

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  To an extent, I believe in the idea that you teach people how to treat you. Meaning, the way in which you present yourself produces the way in which people interact with you. Most people see this in obvious extreme cases: if you come across a shifty, heavily dressed man with his hands in his pockets, …

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    By now, you must have heard the saying ‘you are the sum total of the 5 people you spend the most time with’. Basically, if you hang with losers and troublemakers, you’ll be up no good, but if you spend time with high achievers and big dreamers, you’re more likely to go further in life. …

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  ‘Embrace your flaws’ – everyone’s heard this saying before. But, what truly are your flaws? The dictionary definition of a flaw is ‘a feature that damages the perfection of something’. In my opinion, the word ‘flaw’ shouldn’t be used in regards to appearance, because that would suggest that there is an ultimate perfect standard that is possible. …

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    Work experience is vital not only for your employability, but also for your personal confidence and competence in a professional environment, which will benefit you in your future performance in the workplace. Yes, it will look good on your CV, but it is also important for you, to help you understand what ‘real life’ is like …

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