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Month: October 2018

The importance of online personal branding

With the ever-growing influence of technology, our social and business landscapes are changing. And with changing landscapes come new rules – not least among these is a new approach to personal branding. Though this may […]

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Beating sleeping problems with good sleep hygiene

With today’s end of daylight saving time and the soon-to-be rapid plummet into winter, it is important to be aware of our bodies’ mental and physical changes as we adapt to colder temperatures and shorter […]

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Related Categories: How to Posts, Wellbeing

Winter Without You by Beth Good

THE heartwarming and emotional read for Christmas 2018 What do you do when you lose everything? After the tragic death of her boyfriend, Hannah Clitheroe is hiding away from the world. But when she discovers […]

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How to Hold a Grudge by Sophie Hannah

The ultimate guide on how to use grudges to be your happiest, most optimistic and most forgiving self! “Hannah is entertaining company and the book is even more amusing…” The Times Being someone who holds […]

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Halloween Memories – Tom Fletcher

Tom Fletcher, author of The Leaping, The Thing on the Shore and Idle Hands gives us his take on Halloween – from memories, to popular culture, to it’s important in his own work. Halloween. The first thing that comes […]

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Living in the Past – Julian Stockwin

I write the Thomas Kydd series, set in the Great Age of Fighting Sail, the period of the French revolutionary and Napoleonic wars (1793-1815). One of the questions I’m often asked when I give talks […]

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Read an extract from A Spark of Light, the masterful new novel from Jodi Picoult

Read an extract from A Spark of Light, the masterful new novel from Jodi Picoult – out today. The Center for women’s reproductive health offers a last chance at hope – but nobody ends up […]

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What to read while cuddled up to your All Hallows Eve pumpkin . . .

It’s Hallowe’en, the spookiest time of the year. The temperature has dropped, those balmy summer evenings nothing now but a memory, and the moon hangs heavy in the sky as the year turns towards its […]

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Photographing a row of beautiful beach huts

Beach huts are a quintessential British seaside sight. And make for fabulous photos. If you want to capture as many of the colours in a row of beach huts as possible, simply means shoot along […]

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Related Categories: Ilex Posts, Photography

Books on my bedside table – Kelly Rimmer

We are all guilty of having at least one book stacked up next to our bed, whether they be books we are currently reading, books we are dipping in and out of, or books that […]

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Silence

As an only child, growing up in the city, I remember the first time my parents left me home alone for a weekend.  The house was far too big for me, and since I lived […]

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Related Categories: Kate Griffin Posts, Misc.

Fourteen facts you didn’t know about the Queen’s corgis

Fourteen facts about the history of corgis in the royal family. Test your knowledge and see if you already knew them… 1) Queen Victoria started the trend for keeping dogs as pets. She had more […]

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Related Categories: H for History Posts

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