I was going to spend an hour before bedtime writing part of the personal evaluative statement for my chartership portfolio, and despite not having to worry that I won’t fill the 1,000 words I love the Written? Kitten! tool I came across when searching for inspiration.
On the Written? Kitten! site you can set a minimum number of words after which you will be rewarded with a new picture of a kitten. The minimum is 100 words, and the promise of a cute kitten can really take the fear of the blank page away.
You can imagine I didn’t write much of my statement… Any tips on how to get that one going? I have written my contents page and most of the evidence is written or arranged but I am a bit stuck on how to approach the statement itself. I have a version that I wrote very early on in the chartership process but that actually seems to hinder new ideas, and I have used parts of that in my evidence now anyway (and know I should avoid repeating myself). Help.