Cooking time: 30 - 40 minutes Serves: 4 - 6 people Everyone's favorite! My kids love it and call it crisps chicken as I serve it with orange Doritos, it is not every day they get to eat crisps as a side. It's quick and simple to make but doesn't fail to impress. I have … Continue reading Fajita lasagna
Author: Heida Ingimarsdottir
10 months in Leeds…
As the #prstudent blog competition is coming to an end I have been looking over the past few months. Over my studies, my blog, my personal life etc. and I can truly say I have grown a lot. Whilst going through this growth I have also learned a lot about myself. Study life When it … Continue reading 10 months in Leeds…
Do you mind sorting my problems out for free and do it quickly please!
“Oh are so you are a lawyer? …I am going through a nasty divorce at the moment, what would you do if you were in my situation…….?” “A nurse? Impressive! Would it be inappropriate if I showed you something?” These are the types of questions people in certain professions may expect. The nurse one is … Continue reading Do you mind sorting my problems out for free and do it quickly please!
Surrounded by sales!
Selling things, tangible and intangible is something I am good at. However, I keep it a bit quiet as I do not want to be a sales person, per se. Don’t get me wrong I like working in sales, some of the sales jobs I have done, I have in fact loved! I love helping … Continue reading Surrounded by sales!
A week of Ethics and personal growth
This week has been a blast for me. First of we covered one of my favourite topics in our communication class: Ethics! One of the things we spoke about when things may be legal but may not seem ethical or may simply be neither. It made me think of all the different dilemmas and all … Continue reading A week of Ethics and personal growth
When studies hit home
I am afraid of flying… well I am VERY afraid of flying. I still travel but it’s a struggle. I do not fly within Iceland as I do not like to fly in small airplanes where you can feel every “bump”. I used to take anxiety pills before flying but nowadays I try to breath … Continue reading When studies hit home
I am at a point in my studies where I have to consider what my final dissertation should be about. When I did my undergrads it was fairly simple. I had the motivation of wanting to see if all the voices around me were right. Are PR practitioners unethical? What kind of ethical framework do … Continue reading Dissertation distress
Studying PR abroad
The reason I am doing my masters in the UK is that there is a total lack of masters studies in Iceland when it comes to Public Relations. As a matter of fact, I was in the first group that graduated in the field at a bachelor level. When looking into people working in communications … Continue reading Studying PR abroad
Communication is always important and has a big impact on how we view a company, whether it is through their promotion or direct communication with someone from the company/organisation. Unfortunately, sometimes it seems like training in communications seems to be lacking. Companies sometimes seem to forget that people on the phone or at a desk … Continue reading Desk doctors
Having to face the fact I can’t keep all the balls in the air at the same time
In the midst of my exams I have learned that I have to come to terms with not being able to do everything up to the standards that I would like. Running a busy home with 3 children and the 4th “in the oven”, doing full masters studies, being a fiancé, friend and a family … Continue reading Having to face the fact I can’t keep all the balls in the air at the same time