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I like this image supposedly from a Mercedes Benz advert. I don’t remember the ad, I saw this image first on a HD wallpaper website. It’s a marvellous visual feast of colour exploding on the right hand side and simplicity and control on the left. It appeals because it is two sides that every one […]

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note pad to create a list
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This is a little gem of a idea, it’s not new, been around for donkeys years, but the simplicity with which just doing this really small thing, keeping a list, can change so much you may rue the opportunities missed before you took up the practice

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Career Moves how many steps
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Careers is what I am talking about today. Had a conversation with a few mates last week about how many careers you can have in your lifetime. I reckon anyone is quite justified in having at least three. Of course this can depend on how much you enjoy what you do, but if you don’t […]

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How to become a writer
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A few years ago, I decided to indulge myself and went back to college for a year and did a course in Journalism. It was a part time evening course, once or twice per week, which I enrolled upon really to satisfy my curiosity about the world of news reporting. I enjoyed it thoroughly and […]

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It is inevitable, don’t even try to deny it, at this time of year, we all look back and reflect on the past 12 months, and judge ourselves against a bewildering level of social barometers as to whether we’ve done good, or done rubbish. In fact, there are some people who do this every month! […]

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reading glasses
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I’ve been looking at my blog stats recently to get an idea about what people read the most when they arrive here. The most read articles are around property auctions, photography rights in the UK, how to earn money and Northern Rock equity release. Now whilst these may not be the most riveting articles on […]

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Went to the National Theatre at London’s Southbank to see FELA! this week. Very, very powerful experience it was too. More an extravaganza than mere musical, the audience are as much a part of the show as the performers on stage.

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