A few moons ago (Notes by sNarah started in 2010) , there was a very long text here detailing my want to work in the communications sector in Ireland after moving here first from Belgium. I used this blog as a CV and a portfolio of what I can do. This is still the case, only it has grown quite significantly since then!
What it says now is:
I write stuff. I do stuff online. I’m a happy bunny.
More on about.me/sNarah.
My name is Sarah, I’m a Belgian living in Ireland. This is my little house on the internet, amongst with several other places – somehow I’ve managed to accumulate quite a few blogs over the last couple of years. I draw a lot, love to cook and have a strong interest in social equality, responsible sourcing and sustainability. Since having a little one in 2015, I’ve become even more aware of our need to look after each other and the world.
From 2016 ‘Notes by sNarah’ will focus more on a variety of issues in Ireland such as working conditions, access to health services, human rights, education and religion. As I start the process of becoming an Irish citizen, many of these aspects frustrate me, which is why I’m becoming actively involved in charities working for change and political life – hoping to start helping with influencing policy and obtaining better conditions across the board for people living in Ireland.
As a child of the digital era, I’ve worked online since 2008 in marketing & communications. I love helping out, so often get involved in small projects on a voluntary basis, be it helping to spread their message, assisting getting events up and running or taking care of administration. Anything you’d like to shout out about, fire it off at sNarah3@gmail.com and I’ll see what I can do!
On my “Work” page, you can find which services I offer, and my illustrations can be found on top as well.
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