In London, we use oyster cards which are “passports” that are essential needed in order to use public transport. Without an oyster card, you won’t be able to get to your destination and even if you do try to sneak in on the bus, you will get caught because there are inspectors that dress in… Continue reading Oyster cards teaches us to be good managers of our lives
The big question, “how did you secure a job in retail?” In all honesty, it isn’t hard to get a job in retail the main requirements are Basic conversational English Experience where you developed skills that are used in retail 2 References The right to work in the UK Other than that, that is all… Continue reading How to secure a job in retail [Retail Series]
From a young age, I always thought that working in retail was something fun. On several occasions to the supermarket with my mum I would see the customer assistant scan the iterms and I would hear the “beep” and I would think “this is so cool, I want a job like this when I grow… Continue reading All that glitters isn’t gold- my experience of working in retail
How do you manage your income? You’ve got to admit it is quite an interesting question, after that slab of salary lands into your account, what happens to it next? One top tip that I suggest is to have some kind of savings/reservoir it doesn’t mean you start off putting thousands in, you simply start… Continue reading How do you manage your income?#DREAMBIG
I am grateful to start the new year and for all the experiences that I have been through up to date, there’s nothing like the lessons learnt through life. Throughout 2016 I had learnt the importance of ‘being’ rather ‘doing’ sometimes we have so much roles and responsibilities that we want to make other people… Continue reading What 2016 has taught me #BehindTheLens
Set those goals, dream big and work hard because 2017 is going to be one of the best years of your life! I’m currently near to the end of my christmas contract which I will share with you my experience of working in retail and tips to getting a job in retail. Christmas was lovely… Continue reading The New Year is what you make of it!
As human beings we hate being told what we are doing wrong and how we can improve, a word to describe this is a ‘rebuke’ or ‘correction’. We remember every word of what he need to change about ourselves. However, we love to be congratulated we love doing things right and recieving positive feedback, but… Continue reading You’ve got to give more