Monthly Archives: May 2013

50 Challenges: No. 18 Watch the Birdie

Even inĀ  small suburban garden you can see a variety of birds, neighbourhood cats permitting. I speak as one who traditionally works on the basis of “if it’s not a robin or a blackbird, it must be a blue-tit.” However, … Continue reading

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Job Insecurity Up

British workers are feeling more insecure about their jobs, according to a survey funded by the Economic and Social Research Council and the UK Commission for Employment and Skills. Public employees are now more insecure than those in the private … Continue reading

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Celebrate International Coaching Week and Save

This week (20th to 26th May 2013) is International Coaching Week. In order to introduce yet more people to the benefits that coaching provides, we are offering a fourth month of coaching at no charge to any client who pays … Continue reading

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50 Challenges: No. 17 Sing Out

Not an easy one for me, as an unconfident singer, but one that is always in the back of my mind to address. It’s always at the back of the queue. Here is one starting point via the BBC Sing … Continue reading

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50 Challenges: No. 16 Spelt Bread

It is a month since the last challenge – shocking. A holiday in the middle is no excuse. Sorry. Challenge No. 9 was to make bread. This is to make spelt bread, as I did over the weekend. Spelt is … Continue reading

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