As it is getting close to the Christmas holiday and my family and I are starting all the preparations, I decided to tell you a thing or two about Icelandic traditions. As this blog is, amongst other things, a platform for me to play and practice with different media I now present you with my … Continue reading Icelandic Crazy Christmas Traditions
What happens when the general public gets fed up and thinks enough is enough? A lot of people never thought Trump would be elected and many people also thought Brexit would never go through. But it shows you should never say never. People were fed up with the situation and wanted a change. That’s what … Continue reading Governed by fear or humour?
Why am I blogging? Why do I take the time and sit down each week and share the things I write on this platform? Well, I am studying Corporate Communications, Marketing and Public Relations and one of my teachers posted a thing on Facebook about a blog competition for PR students in the UK. I … Continue reading Blogging: Investment? Diversion? Maybe both?
“You are a storyteller!” These words came from someone I believe knows what they are talking about, just the other day. I had never looked at myself in that way. I have always loved words and to play with them. If they are nicely and cleverly put together they can entertain, they can bite and … Continue reading The Storyteller
“If I was a CEO I would never pay my PR practitioner less than my lawyer, I would pay him even more!” These words came from a friend of mine back in Iceland. She’s a law student, a mother and works as a team leader in a big production plant in Iceland. As many people … Continue reading What is the worth of a good reputation?
Oh, the controversy of Public Relations! I have 10 siblings, in that group I have two siblings with a university degree. I come from a line of hardworking working-class people. From generation to generation I believe the elderly always hoped the younger ones would be able to make a better life for themselves. Not merely … Continue reading Being a PR student in the shadow of the professions questionable reputation