Since being in self-isolation – starting from the day we landed home from our honeymoon almost 3 weeks ago – my motivation has come in varying waves.
I don’t know if what I’m seeing is the norm, but my social media is full of people fitting into either one of two categories: Category A) Instagram lives every day, constant pics of their yoga session/HIIT session/weights session or Category B) people who are embracing the messy bun, constant PJs and biscuit tin.
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Yesterday we got more ‘official’ rules and guidelines as to what ‘stay home’ means (in case it wasn’t clear enough) and, rather than feeling more stressed out about the limitations, today I’ve actually felt lighter than I have in around a week.
I think its partly because we at least have a potential finish date in place now – 3 weeks time, which takes us to just after Easter weekend – which is more concrete than I feel we’ve had so far. Even if it changes, it’s still something.
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To keep in the theme of my current work experience at Mix96 radio station, this weeks interview is with Adam Cox, founder of Radio Relations which has since expanded into the Relations Group. Adam tells me more about PR in the broadcast industry and his advice for aspiring PR professionals who want to pursue this industry…
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Caroline Kinsey is the Chairman of Cirkle PR, which she set up 16 years ago after starting out in a career in Marketing. I spoke to her about her journey in PR so far, how she went from a degree in French to the Chairman of a top PR company and just how far a PR degree can go…
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I’m so excited to start off my brand new blog series with an interview with Ceri-Jane Hackling, Managing Director of Cerub PR which she established in 2003. Cerub PR aims to provide “no fuss PR to businesses looking for an alternative to big London agencies”.
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