For the fourth instalment of the series, we’re hearing from Chanté Joseph, a freelance writer who has written for publications such as British Vogue, The Guardian, and VICE. She tells us about finding a support network in journalism and an article she wished she had written.
Journalists’ tales of self-doubt and success
Everyone experiences self-doubt – or as it is often now known: imposter syndrome. The psychological condition affects 70 per cent of the population, and it isn’t limited to people entering a new profession or starting university – it can affect even the most seasoned of professionals.
XCityPlus spoke to three journalists to find out about their experiences with imposter syndrome, and moments in which they overcame it.
The critics’ choice of lockdown films
Film critics have played an important role throughout the pandemic. Lockdown pushed one in five UK households to sign up for a new streaming service last year and film writers helped identify the hidden gems. They compiled extensive lists of the greatest movies and TV shows, and provided some much-needed joy in doing so. XCityPlus asked four film critics what their own comfort films were over the past year, check out the list below.