Last week I worked 12 hours as a bar staff worker for a festival in North London. I got the job through an events agency, which typically post events throughout the year (mostly in Summer) that you can sign up and work. You get paid minimum wage, work long hours on your feet, have to deal with difficult and often irate drunk people and if you’re lucky you’ll get two fifteen minute breaks. But on the plus side, you will make around £80-90, you will make friends, you will gain experience and you’ll be forced to be physically active. If you want to make a bit of extra cash or your employment history is noticeably blank and you’re willing to try anything, here is my list of pros and cons to consider before you attempt this line of work.
Originally posted on Just my humble life:
VidCon 2015 has started and I’m seeing vlogs and posts and pictures of it. I want to be there so baaaaad. AAAAAh why does it have to be all the way in America, so fasr away. VidCon started in 2010, conceived by Hank Green. Every year Youtubers and fans come together at this event to celebrate online media. It’s the place to meet your favourite Youtuber. For a long time I’ve been wanting to meet John and Hank Green, but I’ve recently started to watch some other Youtubers and I’d just love to go to VidCon. It seems like there is this amazing atmosphere there and I’d love to meet other fans and just have a great time. Unfortunately, I won’t be going any time soon. Basically I’m just hoping that it will continue for another 5 to 10 years, because I’ll then might be able to visit. Have a nice day!