Every YouTuber under the sun these days seems to have a new book under their predominately digital arms. It’s a big deal. Many of the top bloggers have millions of fans, and the only return from that is what YouTube gives them from ad revenue.
To dial it back a few years for those who aren’t up to speed – YouTube is a massively popular platform for uploading videos, and there are now a lot of people who upload videos to it full-time, and get paid pretty handsomely for it.
Continue reading Do Books Translate from YouTube?
I’m not as lazy as you’re making out, it’s not an easy ride and it sucks to feel like there’s no direction after being told where to go and what to do for the last 16 years. University doesn’t guarantee you a job and neither does working hard. But anyone who’s spent more than a few months looking for a job or anybody who hasn’t been handed their job on a plate knows exactly what the majority of the last few months has felt like for me.
Continue reading Five of the Worst Things About Job Hunting
One of the benefits of being at home since I’ve finished University is the ability to get out and play golf.
Obviously it’s nice to be able to see family, friends and do other stuff that I’ve missed out on, even if that’s a mere delayed train and inevitable replacement bus replacement service away.
Continue reading Golf Isn’t Just for Old Men