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What It's Like To Be

What It's Like To Be

From postal worker to film producer, what is it like to do what you do?

  • Brenda Mahler
    Published 3 months ago
    Understand Writing as a Process

    Understand Writing as a Process

    If a writer declares no process exists during composition, they are either unaware, truly gifted, unpublished, or lying. Genuine writers understand that writing evolves through a process and when one is established, writing becomes tolerable, for many rewarding and when we are lucky, exhilarating for the writer and the reader.
  • Jessica Curry
    Published 3 months ago
    How to Identify the Perfect Electrician?

    How to Identify the Perfect Electrician?

    Electricity has certainly become a crucial aspect of all our lives, and this supports the technological advancements which we thoroughly enjoy in our daily lives. Most of the appliances that we use in our houses and offices require electricity for functioning & all the entertainment gadgets like televisions and radios also require electricity for their operations. During the summer months, electricity is being used to cool our homes and offices and to heat your home when the weather is hot.
  • Saajan Sharma
    Published 3 months ago
    Interesting Data Science Trends that Would Never Change

    Interesting Data Science Trends that Would Never Change

    When I talk to my data scientist friends, we discuss a wide array of subjects in Data Science. We read them like how “outsiders” would discuss genres of literature or music. For us, each category in Data Science is a genre -- albeit a very complex one to distinguish from each other. But, you can start doing this too. A data science certification course is just the thing you need, of course, with 1000 hours of coding and testing practice along with your romantic ordeal with failure with AI ML models and related techniques.
  • Ariel M. Scisney
    Published 3 months ago
    9 Steps to Writing a Book

    9 Steps to Writing a Book

    We live in an age where college degrees are a dime-a-dozen, jobs are scarce, and opportunities seem limited. But change is the nature of the universe, and when one door closes another one opens. We all know this, but we also know that finding our path in life is like walking in the dark.
  • Tristan Kolio
    Published 3 months ago
    Becoming an Actor In Australia

    Becoming an Actor In Australia

    From a very young age, acting has always been a passion of mine, acting at every chance I got even if I didn't realise I was acting at the time. Since then I have developed my skills and grown more and more love for the craft.
  • Lillie Superstar
    Published 4 months ago
    The World of Hairdressing in a COVID Existence

    The World of Hairdressing in a COVID Existence

    No one on the frontlines of the hair industry really wants to talk about a pandemic. I don't mean influencers like Brad Mondo who have the luxury of being able to stay at home and review TikTok hair tutorials for income. I mean your regular shmegular hair dressers at Fantastic Sam's who have to service 10 clients a day to make a livable wage.
  • Taylor M
    Published 4 months ago
    Being an Essential Worker

    Being an Essential Worker

    One can stay with confidence that no one saw this coming, but we should've been prepared for it. On another note, how does one prepare themselves for a pandemic? Four months have passed and so much has changed in the world around us. For those of us that were considered essential workers, our work life was turned upside down. I work at a bakery and when the stay-at-home order was put into place, business slowed down dramatically. It was hard to accept that many employees were going to see a cut in their hours. This was before any talk of a stimulus check and hazard pay. It was the most anxious feeling I had personally felt in a long time. Having already dealt with anxiety on a day to day basis, I knew the only thing I could do was continuously acknowledge my emotions and let them pass through me. I am in control of my emotions and how I react to the situation. I can protect myself and my loved ones as long as I wear my mask and gloves. Then I found out that my co-worker tested positive for COVID-19. I had become so used to my new sense of normal at work, just for this to happen.
  • Agnes Laurens
    Published 4 months ago
    Write About What You Love To Do

    Write About What You Love To Do

    When you're a writer, then you want to write about anything you love to write about. You have a lot of things to say that is close to your heart. But you don't want to niche all out because otherwise your thought will not be heard. I get you. I am there with you too.
  • Neil Gregory
    Published 4 months ago
    Cruise Ship Diaries Part 13

    Cruise Ship Diaries Part 13

    Crew turnover in the cruise industry is massive and as much as head office would like to have the same team in place for a whole season, rotations made that nigh on impossible. Halfway through my first contract I was about to work with my third different photo manager in a matter of months, I was also about to get my third roomate of the contract as Morne was about to be transhipped.