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Happiness Is Not a Feeling – It Is Doing By Nishall Garala Happiness is thought of as the good life, freedom from suffering, flourishing, well-being, joy, prosperity, and pleasure. Happy people view things differently to unhappy people. They are more positive, more solution focussed. They…

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Blogpost: David Bowie. By Michael Casey IT all started in April 1972. David Bowie was playing at the Harlow Playhouse. The tickets were 25 pence. My brother Gerard went but I was only ten, so I stayed at home. To me, it was the guy…

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ONE of the great things about a blog is the potential for it to reach far and wide. And, this is really great news for people and organizations who like to help others. If one small blog post goes viral or gets picked up by…

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Nishall’s Blog: After a couple of weeks at university, Nishall pops back for a weekend in Harlow. It’s good to be back home… This weekend I came back to Harlow and you actually realise how great Harlow is and what we take for granted. Harlow…

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10 Ways To Make The Most Of Every Day Each day we wake up and have before us a new opportunity, a blank slate that we can fill with whatever we choose. We are in total control of what we will accomplish each day. Here…

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By Ken Perry THE UK is facing a highly controversial situation with regard to the influx of immigrants to the EU from nations such as war-struck Syria, which has been engaged in a brutal civil war for the past four years, and other impoverished countries…

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IT IS while since we dropped in on the Living with Luke diaries. Living with Luke is a blog that chronicles the relationship between Harlow resident Steve Hannam and his sone Luke. If you want to know go to https://dansonthunderbolt.wordpress.com/2015/08/25/the-last-blog-for-now/ Living with Luke 63 August…

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Getting ready to go to University Now that the summer is upon us, time is already running out before university starts. And during that time, there are tasks that need to undertake, before you move out. That list is built up of many things, such…

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Blogpost by Shannon Pinnock YH welcomes its first contribution from St Mark’s sixth form student, Shannon Pinnock. Here, Shannon reflects on the last year at St Mark’s and looks forward to the decisive year 13. YEAR 12 is an exciting time in your life. It’s…

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Have you ever you wondered how certain people have gotten so successful? Sure you have. A great idea, motivation, persistence, and a little luck helps, but most successful people share certain habits. Here are nine habits that have helped place them on the top: 1.…

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Nishall’s Blog Make your Twitter Amazing!! The way you present yourself is very important. So today I going to be writing a blog on first impressions, most people thing first impressions are built on when some meets you for the first time. However, I disagree,…

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By Nisall Garala Our Political Parties Should Work Together! So the election campaigns have officially started, the party candidates are working incredibly hard to get people’s votes and to push their party into government. A number of candidates around the country, in this election have…

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By Olivia Bekiki Two more months to go and my life as a university student will be over, but, am I ready to start a brand new life as a new graduate? Three years have gone by, and now that it is almost done, I…

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By Olivia Bekiki WITH the increase of smartphones and digital portability devices, social media has proved itself to be of great utility. Being able to connect with numerous people, to create and share news, pictures or videos has definitely become the 21st century’s current trend.…

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JOURNALISM student, Olivia Bekiki has joined our merry band of bloggers. As a gentle opener, we asked Olivia to tell us why she likes writing. IT all began when I was six years old, coming back from school in my bedroom I would read my…

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OVER the past year I have know of many people who have died at a very young age, so today’s blog is slightly different, I am not going to about why life is too short but to encourage the little things we talk about and…