Last year I graduated with a degree in Accounting and Finance, a year later I’m working full time and I’m here to give you tips on life after graduation and share my experience. GRADUATION Graduation is an anti-climax, you spend years trying to get your degree, then you prep for […]
Getting a job after graduation – #SarahsJobSeries
To kick off Sarah’s Job series (#sarahsjobseries), I will give you tips on finding a job after graduation as well as giving you tips about working full time. So, what do you do after you graduate? Most people have three options, travel around the world because they were smart enough […]
New year, new me?
Monday 1st of January, 2018. New year = 365 opportunities. Happy new year everyone, hope you’re all well and excited for 2018. Just like most people, I have many goals for this year some personal, others not so personal. MY GOALS: Increase my engagement on apieceofsarah and discover more blogs […]
Well, where do I start? 2017 hasn’t been all roses and daffodils, and running through fields of wheat because that’s the naughtiest thing I’ve ever done but 2017 still been a great year. I’ve gone from strength to strength and I achieved things that earlier in the year I didn’t […]
What I learnt from the Monzo Inspire Event
Last Thursday I was lucky enough to attend the inspire event at Monzo’s head office near London’s Silicon Roundabout. The event speakers were: Tom Blomfield CEO – Monzo Juliana Zarate Co-Founder and CEO – Mucho! Tom Freeman – Learning and Development Manager – Headspace Monzo Monzo is a bank which challenges the idea […]
Procrastination: The only action that doesn’t involve an action
Procrastination is a thief of time and quality. When you procrastinate you rob yourself of the chance to produce things to the highest standard and give yourself a greater chance of failure. Avoiding doing a task doesn’t mean it will go away, it just gives you more stress and less […]
Accountability and the art of failing to prepare.
By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail. – Benjamin Franklin Whenever I want to be really lazy and avoid doing major things I remember the above quote. It’s so simple yet so true, by not preparing for something you are setting yourself up for failure. Emphasis on “you”. […]