Monthly Archives: April 2015

  • Writing to Combat Anxiety

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    Anxiety can develop out of many smaller concerns until they have a cumulative affect and become a long-lasting problem. The weight of this problem can seem insurmountable and hinder your ability to recover, but writing can be an effective way of organising
    your thoughts and disrupting patterns of negative thinking. There are many ways you can do this, one of the most common being to keep a journal. Simply setting aside a few minutes a day to collect yourself and note your progress can help fight…
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  • The Election Candidates Exposed – Their Handwriting Reveals All

    As the party manifestos come out, we would like to know what is really going through the leader’s minds. For the first time they have nowhere to hide as we have their hand writing analysed, helping you see the person behind the decisions! We asked
    two expert graphologists, Elaine Quigley and Diane Simpson, for their analysis of the four main candidates; David Cameron, Ed Milliband, Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage. The results are not always what you might expect, and we would like to think it may…
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  • My Workstation Photo Competition

    Calling all bloggers, does your workstation offer you a sanctuary for your creative outlet? Whether you work in an uber-minimalist modern environment or a cosy nook with creature comforts galore, we’d love for you to send us a photo. In the lead up
    to National Stationary Week (27 April – 3 May) we are hosting a photo competition to find the best blogger's workstation. Show us which gadgets and tools help keep you organised and creative, and how you customise your work environment to suit your…
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