SATs Stress There are articles about SATs stress all over the place at this time of year. Some, inexplicably, with an overall tone of surprise that putting children under pressure leads to a decline in their overall mental health. All with depressing statistics and anecdotal evidence from parents/carers, teachers, children’s charities and other educational professionals.
How much does copywriting cost? Traditional answer: “How long is a piece of string?” But I’ve decided to launch three writing packages – with price tags attached! This doesn’t mean that I am now only delivering these packages, far from it. All writing jobs are unique, I deliver a bespoke service (package
Which is the best Christmas film? My intention was to write a ‘Top Five Christmas Films’ list type article. But as it turns out, I couldn’t decide how to prioritise them! What you actually have is my top two Christmas films (I couldn’t pick one over the other), some of my other favourites and one
What is a Xennial? NEW WORD ALERT!!! Time for a Word Focus blog article methinks! The term ‘Xennial’ was first coined in a GOOD magazine article called, ‘Reasonable People Disagree about the Post-Gen X, Pre-Millennial Generation’ by Sarah Stankorb and Jed Oelbaum in 2014. The introduction to this article defines ‘Xennials’ as: “Between Generation X and
How walking helps my writing Not walking and writing simultaneously you understand; I can barely walk and talk at the same time without falling over. But after many years, I am finally realising that movement and brain function are connected. Yes, I understood it on a science based ‘exercise-is-good-the-body-and-mind-are-one’ basis. But, as anyone who knows
What do I need to discuss with my freelance writer? This is a good question to consider, especially if you’ve never hired a writer before. After a few years of conversations with clients, I have learned which questions are really crucial to creating a clear, valuable brief. It is simply more efficient to ask