Here you are, a young butterfly fresh out of your cocoon and already you are being asked to choose what you want to do for the rest of your life.
We all fall on hard times, and even if you finally land a job there is still some waiting time before that first pay check comes in.
It’s time for a change.
CVs are never fun to write; with only limited space to show all you can and will do for a company, you may find yourself resorting to clichés that will immediately bring your CV from the top of the pile to the bottom of the drawer.
For aspiring writers, the next big step is to try to publish your manuscript.
Nobody said university life was going to be easy.
Three months is a relatively short time to judge a job, but what if at this point the mere thought of Monday coming around makes you want to scream?
If you were to read “exercise, eat healthy and have a good night’s rest” you’d probably roll your eyes and skip over to another post.
Let’s face it: landing an ideal jobs fresh out of university seems like a dream, but this is real life and real life sometimes throws curve balls.
Acting is not for the weak of heart – or pocket. There are many things you need to have in your arsenal if you want to get your work out there. Here are some tips on how to get into acting.