It isn’t what I see It’s what I don’t No stroppy teenagers No pile of books to mark A teacher’s summer
At exactly 2.20 a.m. on Monday 15 April 1912, RMS Titanic finally succumbed to its fate. Titanic will remain one of the most infamous sea disasters ever. Many documentaries, films and books exist on the subject. However, there are five other disasters that occurred to the fated ship, before it hit the iceberg. Here are the … Continue reading Five Titanic Disasters Before The Iceberg
Could Article 11 & 13 save us all? How many of us ignored our loved ones, to post on social media? Come the stroke of midnight on 2019 I was sat watching my other half try to take a selfie, with a snapchat filter. I had to sit there and wait for her to finish before … Continue reading Social Media is Stealing Your Soul
How to write consistent content that attracts followers. As important as it is to attract readers with an eye-catching headline and first sentence. You then need to provide content that will engage. The first thing to consider is that you have to deliver on the headline that you wrote. This is why it is considered good practice to write the headline after the content. Personally, I get more engagement on articles between 3–5 minutes long. You might find your readers are different. It is worth analysing your stats to see the ideal length of a post. This length might vary, depending on the subject matter you are writing about.
This week is cervical awareness week. Many young women are too embarrassed to have a life saving, smear test. No woman will say the test is enjoyable, but the simple five minutes will save many lives. The simple fact is that many women don’t know there is something wrong with them. Many of the physical … Continue reading Seven Minutes To Save Your Life
Facebook groups are a valuable asset to writers. However, be a community member, not a drop and run writer. So recently I have found myself moaning about fellow writers. Last week I wrote a post about how selfish writers are. I will put the link at the end of this post, for anyone who may have missed it. I don’t like this side to me, but some things need speaking about. I promise after this no more moans.
Last year I was made redundant from a job I loved. Before this, I was like so many others thinking that stress did not exist. If it did exist it was something that didn’t affect me. Then the headaches started. For one month I suffered from cluster migraines, brought on by the stress of not … Continue reading Why We Suffer From Stress & How to Reduce it?