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work-life balance

What is success for me?

I pulled this question out of my new “wordsmith” deck of writing prompts. I thought I should write and post something and so here I am with a coffee and an iPad. I feel like “define success” in various iterations, is one of those things you’re supposed to be able to do a ‘call and […]

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work-life balance

This is how I work

I read this here, and while no one has nominated me I thought I’d like a go. Location: Alton, HampshireCurrent job: I lead Communications, marketing, brand and whatever else comes my way needing a solution at a healthcare organisation.Current mobile device: iPhone XSCurrent Computer: MacBook Pro… Old for personal, brand new for work.One word that […]

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work-life balance

17 principles of success

I’m a very competitive person and never more so than when I am competing against myself. So I’ve always been quite keen on setting myself goals – and I’ve usually found that setting goals for myself has meant I’ve delivered them, and not setting goals has left me feeling a bit, kind of, lost. Last […]

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Politics

Brexit: I only care because I really don’t anymore

I thought I’d run out of things to say about Brexit, until this week when my personal tax statement fell through the door and – of course – the first thing I looked for was the contribution I’d made to the EU. Straight away, I noticed the EU was at the bottom the list of […]

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Oh, someone else will sort it

Coffee shops are fascinating from every perspective. I think so anyway. Firstly, I reckon the shop someone plumps for when faced with a choice between all of the ‘chains’ and an independent (or more) says as much about their personality as their star sign of MBTI ever could. But inside them, too, there are all […]