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Switching off in lockdown

Elizabeth Feltoe | 17th May 2020

It's amazing to think how much life has changed in the last seven weeks. Regardless of whether you're at school, work, volunteering, furloughed, at home with young children, some of all of the above, where we spend our time is changed for everyone.I've been finding the lines between different areas of life have blurred. You might have found the sam

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Grey Matter

Kieran Murphy | 13th April 2018

Everyday is a school day so they say! But what have you learnt today and are you someone that looks for opportunities to learn, grow and develop? I have always enjoyed learning but not always in the most conventional ways. As a person I much prefer to give it a go and then ask questions. As you can imagine this has resulted in one or two epic fail

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The need to read

Kieran Murphy | 22nd December 2017

I was a late comer to reading, as a child I would rather run around, climb, watch a film, pretty much do anything other than read. It was during my year of travel that I found the joy of reading. Once I was away from the general distractions of life, I was faced with more time than I had ever had and not much to fill it. Enter a book given to me b

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Sleep, Rest & Relaxation

Sasha Austin-Seade | 5th September 2017

We often take these three words as meaning the same thing and although they can be used together they mean completely different things. Let’s take a look at their definitions - Sleep – the natural resting state in which the body is not active and the mind does not think. Rest – to cease work or movement Relaxation – the state of being free from te

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