By job definition I'm a healthcare worker, but I also like to call myself a writer. I love words; I love reading them and I love writing them. Writing is a beautiful craft that one never stops learning, so I read a great deal too. I enjoy writing for LifeSIGNS and for myself, and I feel honoured and privileged to be writing for Kilobox amid such professional people.
Intranets are not just for large corporations. Jules explains how a cloud based workplace revolutionises a small organisation.
Written records are a matter of life and death in Jules' work.
Jules knows a thing or two about self-management. Working from home, away from colleagues and office culture, even in this digitally connected age, can send your routines into a spin.
The challenge of finding a balance between friendliness and professionalism in a tiny business.
To be honest with you…now that’s a phrase you hear too often, and I’m sure I’m guilty of…
I read an article in The Guardian on the art of slow reading, and how skim reading on…
We bandy the word 'passion' around too much, but love of the λόγος (logos) should drive our written expressions.
Jules returns to discuss the importance of a salutation when emailing, and how to respond to antagonism.
Jules visits us again to talk about fountain pens and real stamps.
Jules, a regular contributor to kilobox communiqué, shares her thoughts on how reading helps you write.
Guest writer Jules returns to discuss speling - no seriously!
My first guest author, Jules, talks about writing for several distinct audiences, and her own confidence in writing.