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Make Every Day Valentine’s Day

Make Every Day Valentine's Day

It’s that time of year where everywhere you look there are heart shaped chocolates, balloons, pillows and teddy bears holding ‘I love you’ slogans. There are meal for two offers in all the supermarkets and prosecco is on special offer. It seems that you don’t really love someone unless you spend a fortune on something tacky and give it to them on the 14th February. We think we should tell the ones we love how much they mean to us every day.


Trolls don’t just live under bridges

Trolls Online

There are often stories in the media of celebrities – and indeed, ordinary people like you and me – being abused on social media by so-called ‘trolls’. An Internet troll is someone who comes into a discussion and posts comments designed to upset or disrupt the conversation.


Anyone Who Had a Heart


For many weeks now, the plight of refugees has been headline news. Radio phone-ins have talked about immigration and the newspapers and topical daytime shows have been full of images of stricken individuals and families, whilst ‘experts’ and politicians talk about what should – and can’t - be done. It’s a tragic situation that the vast majority of people feel needs addressing by the powers that be, sooner rather than later. But yesterday, when images of 3 year old Syrian refugee, Aylan Kurdi, washed up on a beach in Turkey, appeared in the news and all across social media, something changed.


Great Team Relationships are Real


Once you’ve been out in the real world of work for a while, you’re sure to have worked in a few teams of varying functionality. Some will be super-high performing, well-oiled teams, and others will be more like a dysfunctional family with members not seeing eye-to-eye and generally causing chaos wherever they’re involved in a project. Obviously it’s far nicer, and much more fulfilling, to work in the high-performing team but why are some teams better gelled and harmonious than others?


Why any comparison should carry a health warning


Sitting reading an article in June’s Stylist Magazine with the title “The Happiness Myth; is our endless quest for contentment actually making us feel worse?” is an ironically depressing experience. A title like this demonstrates the problem with happiness in our (especially British) society right now. It’s not cool to try and be happy, and you’ll never get there anyway – so what’s the point?


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