You always find that each month is a struggle financially. That is why some months my classic bookshop opens or my ebay account has more and more activity. You genuinely do have to find ways to keep yourself afloat. It is not easy. BUT it is worth it. The friends you make the experiences, the adventures. everything about it is great. I see it as a challenge. To complete this you have to reach the top but you have to enjoy yourself. Money is not everything but you need it to live comfortably. There is no place in the world I would rather be. This is the place to be. Amazing.
It’s tough… but worth it. You will see!
I do not know about you guys but I appreciate the festive season a lot more now… or should I say in a different way. When you are young presents are the only thing that counts, you want that new console, bike, game. Once you start to get older you can buy these things. I find surprises are great! Not knowing what I have been bought for Christmas and appreciate everything I get. I use the time wisely back home to meet up with friends and family. Everyone in good spirits, just a fantastic time. I will use the time to think of what my targets are for the next couple of months, where I want to be?
Merry Christmas everyone!
I do apologise! I have be inundated with numerous issues, jobs and tasks. I hope everyone is well.
I am thinking of saving up for a nice camera to add some photos to these blogs to give them more meaning. I have noticed on many others that it is captivating. A great way to promote and intrigue the audience.
Trust me… The beginning of your london adventure is nothing like made in Chelsea or any “reality” show. It’s tough. You have to scrape through some months as the inflated rental prices and food can catch up with you. I however believe the pain is worth the gain. The people you meet, opportunities you have, the prospects. You have to get on with it. It’s tough but ultimately worth it. Trust me I am still in the transition phase, it is a rollercoaster but one you should enjoy!
sorry its it’s late have been troubled by an injury. One love.
As I entered the building it was of a somewhat futuristic office, nothing I had experienced before with a lot of well groomed good looking people. It was a little intimidating but as I do when going for interviews I shut those emotions off and believe that I am the best.
There were about 40 of us going into the interview which started off with a presentation regarding the company. This then expanded into a meet and greet. I wanted to get more inside information so decided to ask more about the employees and what they have experienced. This let me into their world and showed I was willing to listen. It was interesting it sounded a fun and amazing company to work for. So many benefits and bonuses. It was exciting.
We were offered a range of beverages whilst discussing random topics ranging from their out of work interests to their work holiday adventures. It was great an amazing experience to know what they get up to. It honestly excited me. We then proceeded to have head shots taken and then we all exited.
This was unusual it was a very relaxed, talkative atmosphere. I left confused and wondering if I went the right way about things. Anyway I headed back to my friends apartment as I had another interview in the morning.
The second interview was pretty much irrelevant to my journey as it was a long process and I was looking to take the first job offered. Anyway in a nut shell it was a lot of ego’s clashing and one man up ship. Honestly it was a terrible bunch of materialistic people applying and after that I had no interest in the company or working for it.
On the way home to my surprise my first interview had called me. I checked my messages and they said to urgently contact them.
I called them back and they offered me a final interview. I was ecstatic, so grateful. I could not wait for it! I was heading back to Oxford so on my phone booked the train for next Thursday to go to the final interview…..
Wow what a run! Ramsey looking world class and Arsenal looking confident and full of passion!
Not something anyone would have expected to be top of the table. However I have always stuck by Wenger. He has struggled because of Arsenal’s financial situation. However now he has the money to spend. IO know he will buy just quality.
The January transfer window we still will need to buy for back up, especially for Giroud. Bendtner just does not cut it! Maybe another DM and CB as cover.
We will also need reinforcements as it will be a long run in from January onwards!
Any other Arsenal supporters out there?
Saturday late morning myself and Katie decided to walk from Clapham to Waterloo to experience the German Market. Always a great thing to do in the winter months. There was a variety of food and clothing stalls. From sweets to Frankfurters. A lot of Christmas beverages including mulled wine and cider.
It is a great place to go for the day whether in London or visiting from the out skirts.