FOR the past few months, I have held one wish. One wish that equals getting a new job, and being surrounded by a niche environment in which I feel happy. I need out. In all honesty, my current job has worn me out – I’m constantly drained and my mood is forever low, (unfortunately, that’s the harsh reality of it all). And obviously that’s not healthy, on so many levels. After all, pretty much 80% of your life involves working and being surrounded by colleagues as opposed to your family. Now, don’t get me wrong, at my current workplace the people are great, but the job in itself… let’s just say is definitely not for me.
USUALLY, I’m not the type of person to experiment with my hair, not just because I’m lazy, ha, but I also struggle – I’m not the best person to work on my hair, (and actually never have been). I watch on YouTube tutorials, from girls, teaching us how to transform our hair in to a masterpiece, but I must say, they make it look a hell of a lot easier than it actually is.
AS “SAD” as this may sound, but haven’t you ever wondered how a bridge is built? From a young girl, I have. I remember when I was younger, my mind used to run wild… “Do you need some sort of magic power to be able to walk on water?” – Silly, I know, ha! But now, on route to work I am seeing the development of our ‘New Wear Crossing‘ getting built, and believe me, it’s astonishing to see. From the laying of the surface, to the rise of the pylon, I am seeing it all!
THIS year, I missed out on my Dad’s homemade pancakes, and I ended up eating something completely random… I was gutted! I love pancake Tuesday, and have done ever since I was a little girl. I love the challenge of flipping a pancake up and down (but nevertheless, I was always a failure at this, and probably still am to this day). It always comes splatting back down to Earth… Very different to my Dad and Grandad’s attempts, ha – they are like pro’s at this flipping malarkey.
QUITE a few of my blogs have been predominantly based on work experience provided by Southside Broadcasting and Siren FM, but none have yet allowed me to thank the main man in charge for believing in me, from day one – MR ALEX LEWCZUK. So, on this blog, I would like to turn it around a little, and show a new twist, on life in the radio industry.