…makes this blog tragically unattended. I’m back from Vegas and it was more than a success. We followed my basic Sin City Survival Tips and boy did we “survive” …but now it’s back to school and with less than 5 weeks until graduation I’m busier than ever! Anyone have tips for prioritizing and organizing your life? –something that I am admittedly terrible at. One thing that does help me keep my life from imploding is this fab agenda. Originally the “Mom Agenda” they have recently come out with a version for us non-maternal individuals that’s equally as genius. With plenty of room for both class work and personal to-do lists this is the only planner that is big enough to keep the life of this journalism student/publicist/blogger/sorority girl/intern in order… well as orderly as can be expected
check it out here: http://www.momagenda.com/products.cfm?cID=25&pID=93
I am so stressed out. I am so stressed out that my stress is starting to manifest itself as nausea and a distracting eye twitch. Sounds hot right? Everyone wants to date the under-groomed, over-worked, twitchy girl. If stress levels were equated to homeland security threat levels, we’d be at “Look! There’s terrorists in your backyard!” RED. If my stress level was equated to sugar levels, I’d be in a diabetic coma for sure. Did I mention I’m stressed?
Between studying for a poly sci exam at 8am tomorrow, organizing all of the fundamental resources for my term paper -due tomorrow, and finalizing draft one of my campaign plan book- also due tomorrow, I’m desperately trying to liven up my resume for the Strategic Communication Career Fair which is, you guessed it, TOMORROW.
Newsflash: Not only is renovating your resume tedious, it’s boring, daunting, and seemingly never-ending. So here are some tips that I’ve found useful for writing in general, especially for my resume, courtesy of my good friend Ernest Hemingway…
Ernest Hemingway’s Top 5 Tips For Writing Well | Copyblogger.
Also, I’m working on creating an independent online portfolio for my art and copy work, but so far all of the options I’ve seen are about as unique and interesting as a ham sandwich. Anyone have tips on how to make an attractive and effective online portfolio?