Blogspot: In praise of Harlow Town Ladies

Blogspot: In praise of Harlow Town Ladies

Blogspot by Andrew Johnson I’ve been vaguely aware of Ladies football since the 2002 comedy film Bend it like Beckham catapulted it onto the big screen but honestly never really showed much interest. But recently female football has taken centre stage in our house. I have an 11 year old daughter, who is falling in […]

Living with Luke: Blog No 80

Living with Luke: Blog No 80

IT has been a while since we dropped in to Steve Hannam’s blog called Living with Luke. If you have not read any of the blogs, it is a wonderful intimate and warm series of writings that touch upon a “Dad’s view of life with his autistic child”. I am sure there is many a […]

Nishall’s Blog: How to improve your mood

Nishall’s Blog: How to improve your mood

How to Improve Your Mood Right Now: Three Simple Habits I sometimes write about how a good start to your day often leads to having a good day in general. A social, an energetic or a productive start sets the context for your day. But on some days you may not get a good start […]

Nishall’s Blog: Exam Tips

Nishall’s Blog: Exam Tips

FOR many it is exam season, and for many revision would have started or will start very soon. Therefore this week’s blog is going to be on exam tips, to prepare yourself. I know how hard GCSE, A-levels and Degree exams can be and how stressed people can get. So if you start your revision off in a positive way, the exam season can be a lot more of an easier journey, with hopefully less stress.

Nishall’s Blog: The power of social media..

I know that I have written about how businesses can use social media to do marketing, but as I’m now studying a module in Digital marketing at university, I thought I would re share my knowledge, because after analysing many businesses it still seems like many local business are reluctant to use social media in their marketing strategy.

Nishall’s Blog: Why not volunteer?

MANY people say, why volunteer when you can get paid, I say otherwise. People choose to volunteer for a variety of reasons. For some it offers the chance to give something back to the community or make a difference to the people around them. For others it provides an opportunity to develop new skills or build on existing experience and knowledge. Regardless of the motivation, what unites them all is that they find it both challenging and rewarding.

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