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Cancer Research UK

Mental Health Thoughts & Inspiration

Cancer Research UK: Workplace And Teacher

Cancer Research UK

During my time at Cancer Research UK I changed as a person. I developed both professionally and personally. But I did not expect that working at Cancer Research UK would teach me more about life. My day job taught me some valuable life lessons. Lessons that I am not always brilliant at following. But lessons that I need to remember and that I try to use as motivation for how I live my life.…

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Blogging & Vlogging Thoughts & Inspiration

The Liebster Award

Follow my blog with Bloglovin A few weeks ago I was on Twitter when a tweet popped up in my notifications. The lovely Steph at Diary of a midlife mummy had nominated me for a Liebster Award. Thank you for nominating me, Steph. You rock! If you’ve never read Steph’s blog then I encourage you – nay, I compel you – to go and visit it now. You will not regret it. Her posts always make me chuckle and I…

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Mamma Mia – The Mummy Tag

I have recently noticed that some of my favourite mummy blogs have been taking part in the Mummy Tag. I’ve really enjoyed reading all these wonderful posts and discovering more about these lovely ladies. And I’d hate to be left out.  I know that I am late for the party but I thought that I would gatecrash anyway. Allons-y! The mummy tag 1. Are you a stay at home mum or a working mum? I am a stay at home mum…

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Thoughts & Inspiration

Why We Need Charities In Our Society

Last week one of my friends who works for a charity drew my attention to an article published in The Sunday Telegraph on 24th June. It was this article about face-to-face fundraisers. It was not the article itself that angered me (although, it was one-sided). I was upset by the comments that had been added by 100s of Telegraph readers.…

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