Author: Jess Corcoran

Get out of your own way

Get out of your own way

I’ve mentally written three blog posts over the lockdown period that aren’t this one. In my head, but not yet on paper, have i finessed lines on gratitude, and on time and on hope, but this post is instead somewhat more real and raw. It’s […]

The Success Story

The Success Story

*Let’s all applaud the fact that my latest blog post comes only 14 months after the last one… my sporadic virtual spewing skills of my 20’s are improving! * Age bring many things, once of which is the confidence to finally talk much more truthfully […]

Talent & Tupperware

Talent & Tupperware

There is something incredibly unusual about colleagues and the relationships that you form within a working environment, and, it’s unlike anything else i’ve really experienced before. The longer you spend with each other, the more you become like family. Not in the traditional sense of […]

A pointless ode to time.

A pointless ode to time.

John Lennon wasn’t half right when he said that Life is what happens when you’re busy making plans. How many years have I been half heartedly writing this blog for now? One minute it’s International Women’s day in March and then you blink and have […]

Happy International Women’s day 💪

Happy International Women’s day 💪

I’ve got precisely 8 minutes to write how I feel about international women’s day so stick with me on this on. I’m so for girl power, so for feminism, so for championing equal rights and so for celebrating women. Today is such a glorious day, […]

It’s okay to be happy with a calm life #GrannyJess

It’s okay to be happy with a calm life #GrannyJess

Do you remember the first time in school you got really excited about a piece of work? You could have been 4, positively relishing the prospect of making pasta shell necklaces, vividly dreaming about all the wild colours you could paint the penne that would […]

5 year plan: The career bug

5 year plan: The career bug

I spent the first half of this year totally freaking out about the idea of turning 20. I know that to most I’m still a total baby, complete with the face of someone who looks like they’ve just completed their GCSE’s, but for me the […]

Being a human online; real wardrobe diary

Being a human online; real wardrobe diary

The internet has totally changed the way we record our lives. While others can see this difference so clearly through the comparison of their own childhoods to that of their newer family additions, I admittedly, and well obviously, am younger than the internet. What I […]