You would think that picking a language/linguistic degree would be the easier option, that it might be easier than Psychology or maybe less writing than a History degree. Not to put anyone off learning a new language at university, it is simply an eye opener to how much you have to be dedicated and the amount of work you must be prepared to do.
When most people think about librarians they remember the mean, glasses-wearing old lady who worked at their school or public library. You probably assumed they had nothing to do better with their lives than sit in a library all day—either because they were really nerdy or just boring. You may even be scarred from being hushed by a librarian when talking too loud in the library. Well, I've come to shed some light on the subject of who librarians actually are! So buckle up, because your childhood assumptions are about to be blown out of the water.
To avoid future regrets give 100 percent every day to your nursing profession and expect nothing in return. You will not sleep well at night if you go to bed knowing that you did not do your best you could do for your patients.
Every year, over a million students graduate from colleges all over the globe. They stand proud in their cap and gowns, ready to take their diploma with a smile. To the audience, they’re entirely poised and prepared to take on the world. In reality, they’ve had ten mental breakdowns, slammed out a 30-page thesis paper, and shotgunned two cases of beer (or bottles of wine)… all within the last seven days. And that’s not even the half of what we students endure throughout our whole senior year.
What stands digital publishing apart?
After working for several years as a literary agent for Christine Green, Natalie Butlin made the choice to resign when she felt that traditional firms were ignoring the inevitable impact of digital publishing. She is now a Publishing Executive at the digital publishing company, Bookouture.