Hello, I’m Molly.
I write about personal development, wellbeing, culture, travelling with coeliac disease and other topics. On this site you’ll find personal essays, lists, short stories, poems and interviews.
I’m a communications and marketing specialist currently working in the third sector. I’m also studying for an MA in Arts Management. In my spare time, I can usually be found in a bookshop, by the sea or with a notebook.
High Street Sizes – Dear Damsels (February 2018)
Five Benefits of a Part-time Postgraduate Degree – Times Higher Education (September 2017)
2016-17 Impact Report – Student Hubs (September 2017)
Save the Date: Student Volunteering Week 2018 – Student Hubs (July 2017)
How to Write a Master’s Application – Times Higher Education (June 2017)
Take a Break: Why Charities Should Give Staff Unlimited Holidays – The Guardian (May 2017)
Tips To Manage Your Part-Time Postgraduate Course – Times Higher Education (March 2017)
Why Student Volunteering Matters – Times Higher Education (February 2017)
Seeking Support: Anorexia & Coeliac Disease – Student Minds (March 2016)
Student Volunteering: Better than Qualifications? – Student Hubs (February 2016)
The 9 Stages of Being a Student Volunteer – Student Hubs (February 2016)
Support Student Volunteering – Student Hubs (January 2016)
Global Entrepreneurship Week: Highlights from Emerge 2015 – Student Hubs (November 2015)
Students, Sector Leaders and Social Innovation – Student Hubs (October 2015)
What Volunteering Means to Me – Student Volunteering Week (February 2014)
My Ethical Internship Experience – Student Hubs (July 2013)
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