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Finding our Tribes in our own time

“It’s who you know, not what you know”. The phrase gets thrown about so often. I’ve more often heard it within the context of work. Sometimes it’s about promotions, new job opportunities, boosts up the corporate ladder etc and it can often times seem unfair (depending on which side you feel like you are on). Although it may seem like a negative thing within employment, I think it is something that is extremely useful in day to day life…

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Miranda Hart, what a fantastic human

There are many reasons why I loved Miranda Hart before this lock down, but since this pandemic began my love…

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Under Pressure

We are all under different pressures depending on our work life, home life, goals and aspirations but I think being…

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My tips for working from home

With all the changes that have been going on lately more and more people are starting to work from home…

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The Happy News

What an amazing human Emily Coxhead is to have come up with this venture! A newspaper filled with nothing but…

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My 2020 Visions

First of all a #sorrynotsorry – I couldn’t resist the pun… I am sure there will be lots of 20:20…

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Be Kind

January is a month that can be very hard on some people, more so than the rest of the year,…

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