We live in a digital age. Several journalism-oriented courses at universities offer modules in blogging and social media management, and your chances of bagging a career in the creative industries are slim if you don’t have some sort of online presence – be it a blog, visual CV or digital portfolio – besides your Instagram feed.
Here’s some comedic gold for you!
Everyone in life is a let down, even the people who aren’t even in your life. Here are seven bummer things you’ll probably encounter if you develop a long-term fan relationship with a personal blogger… 1.
I forced Claudia to do something she didn’t want to do. She was scared, but I still made her do it.
I wrote a blog post that was horrible. Claudia said, “People won’t relate.”
I can’t stop laughing!
The highest echelon of low profile is still maintainable as f#*k.
The truth is: silliness is art. Seriousness can lead to disappointment.
By playing your cards right, you can make some easy money online doing things you’re already doing.
I know you do because you’re clicking on it.