There are hundreds, probably thousands of CV templates available out there. You’ll have all sorts of conflicting, confusing advice thrown at you and if you’ve never created a CV before it can be daunting. You want it to be perfect and reflect you in the best possible way. Writing a CV is not difficult, you have all the information you need, it’s just a case of getting it done. Many job search sites now have the option to fill out your CV once you’re signed up with them and it is definitely worth doing because it then gives you the … Continue reading How to…create a CV
Christopher, my 13 year old son, decided that he wanted to take on the challenge of the Yorkshire Three Peaks. I think the only reason he decided this is because he saw the bag of snacks my Mum and I … Continue reading Packing list for Yorkshire Three Peaks
If you have ever visited The Mart Theatre you may have noticed a strange man scuttling about, a wild look in his eyes as though he is on the prowl, most likely looking for chocolate. You’d be forgiven for … Continue reading The King of the theatre.
I have walked the Yorkshire Three Peaks at least 5 times. I highly recommend it but please remember… Here’s my top ten tips for surviving the peaks! Don’t over pack! The first time I walked the YTP I had no … Continue reading How to survive…the Yorkshire Three Peaks
My trip to Paris was supposed to be full of wonder, excitement, frog’s legs and champagne, unfortunately the universe decided to fill it with despair, disappointment and the desire to never return there ever again. As I was hurrying away from the Eiffel Tower on the first day of our holiday, the 10CC song ‘Un Nuit â Paris’ was playing round and round in my head; “One night in Paris is like a year in any other place, One night in Paris will wipe the smile off your pretty face, One girl in Paris is like loving every woman, One … Continue reading Un Nuit â Paris
The church is practically empty, this isn’t particularly surprising given how unpopular Thomas had been throughout his life, he was a cruel, spiteful man and this empty church was a true reflection on just how unloved he really was. If it wasn’t for this unseasonable heat wave we were having I’d have expected people to turn up just to spit on his grave. Instead the majority of the village had retreated down to the beach with picnics and Frisbees; the ice cream van and hot dog stands out in full force. I’m not alone in the church, there’s Reverend Childe, … Continue reading Cherry Laurel
(Originally written in 2014) To look at my father is to look at a genius at work, he knows absolutely everything you ever need to know and will not hesitate to give you the answer you require, but be prepared … Continue reading Looking At My Father
Ghosts The world contains lots of ghosts, they are just memories left over from days that have long since gone, it usually takes a year for them to haunt their place of death and they sometimes visit their loved ones, it seems to depend upon the circumstances. We can’t interact with them yet and not everybody can see them, we can sense them though, well, most of us can. It’s that feeling you get when you know that you’re being watched even though you know you are completely alone, the feeling when you just know somebody is in the house … Continue reading Ghosts: A Story