Category Archives: Choice and Change

Choice – a blessing or a curse?

Choice – a blessing or a curse? I recently had cause to buy a new pull-out bin to fit inside a cupboard in my kitchen. Not a very scintillating purchase and one that I thought (hoped) would be a quick … Continue reading

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Back to work: what if new stationery isn’t helping?

Back to work: what if new stationery isn’t helping? There’s something about September that always signals a new start.  For me, it’s even stronger than the calendar New Year. It may be years since I left full-time education, but that ‘back to school’ … Continue reading

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Signs that you are getting ready to change

Signs that you are getting ready to change My hair has been long for most of my life.  Somehow it formed part of my visual identity and I had always liked it that way.  It came as quite a surprise … Continue reading

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Choosing to tolerate or to change

 Choosing to tolerate or to change By Emily Taylor, February 2015 According to a recent CIPD poll on work related New Year resolutions, 37% of respondents planned to look for a new job in 2015.  30% said they would focus … Continue reading

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