Guest blog: on your own terms

Jess McGlinchey shares with My Interning Life how to live your life on your own terms, to redefine success and how to just go with it.  When not everything went according to my perfect PR plan two years ago, I had to stop feeling… Continue Reading

I resigned because I wasn’t happy. Am I a failure?

Almost two months ago I handed in my resignation as Communications Coordinator at Hockey Victoria.  I had been thinking about this decision for a while at that point and, although I had already drafted and saved a resignation letter on my work computer a… Continue Reading

The books every wannabe PR, editor and journo should read

I’ve already mentioned the fabulous books Lean In and The Intern and now it’s time to share some of my favourite books that I’ve recently read. 1. If you have to cry, go outside (and other things your mother never told you) by Kelly Cutrone… Continue Reading

Lean In: Sheryl Sandberg

I recently was given Sheryl Sandberg’s book, ‘Lean In’ as a gift from a close friend. I had never heard of Sheryl, nor did I know what a ‘TED” talk is. “TED is a nonprofit devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short,… Continue Reading

Intern Profile: Anthony Jeannot

Anthony Jeannot has recently graduated from RMIT’s Bachelor of Communications (Professional Communications). He is also a stand-up comedian and runs a comedy night in St Kilda called Commedia Dell Parte. Anthony is currently doing occasional freelance work on digital content for Charles Elena whilst… Continue Reading