Archive for September, 2010

Michelle is a joy to teach. With a technical brain and a real passion for getting things right she has quickly grasped the technicalities behind shutter speeds, aperture and ISOs. After a first briefing session a few weeks ago which involved cups of coffee, scones and a notebook we realised that we would work really […]

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Anne Morrison is a clinical and cognitive behaviour therapist. This is an extract from her blog which can be found at: http://www.hypnosisselfhelp.co.uk/blog Anne’s Emotional Eating Course has been developed to help people to crack their cravings for comfort foods. Links to the course can be found within this post which is all about dieting, stress […]

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A saucy weekend

22Sep10

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Oh boy, oh boy. The calorie counters are going to have a fit over this little gem. Someone, somewhere in the golden halls of fast food invention has created what has to be the pinnacle of fast food. Is it a pizza? Is it a burger?? Burger King’s New York Pizza Burger is advertised on […]

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I would like to be Charlie Bucket because he has a gorgeous family – and chocolate! Bliss!

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In the North East of England, where I live and work, there is a hashtag called #NEFollowers and it was this hashtag that was the Twitter breakthrough for me – all of a sudden I could see names that were familiar to me from about town, companies that I’d heard friends and clients talk about, people who lived and worked near where I live and work – and they were all connecting, networking, communicating.

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A tale of survival on the Yorkshire Moors Friendship, the special bond that children share that adults have no part in, nature vs nurture, families, history, drama, love, hate, fear, survival …. and a small robin red breast. The language in the book is a delight, reading it aloud a joy and I still read […]

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