The transition from university to full-time work Whilst studying at University you can slip into some strange habits - eating cheese toasties at 2am, pulling an all-nighter in the library, napping at all times of the day and believing its perfectly acceptable to pop to the corner shop in your pyjamas. But before you know it, the three years of discovering your independence are over and relief washes over you that the gruelling dissertation that haunted

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I scream on the inside when people say that to me! It’s not that I don’t think I am lucky – I have a lovely family, a nice home in a great city and a business that I am proud of, but I don’t know if that’s down to luck or not? I love my job – a lot! But sometimes running your own show is tricky…and not down to luck at all! Yes, working for

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Today I breathed another sigh of relief as I walked into a peaceful office… It had been a testing morning with my two-year-old and just getting her into her car seat had been a back-breaking challenge… So when people ask if I am looking forward to my imminent maternity leave, my answer has recently changed to ‘I think so’… Don’t get me wrong, I am very much looking forward to meeting baby number two and

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What do you use social media for? There are nearly 1.4 billion Facebook users and 284 million active Twitter accounts, but what are we using our social media accounts for? There’s the standard social activity of keeping up to date with friends and family; showing off our latest car, child, holiday and pictures of our homemade, carb-free, fat-free, fun-free dinner. Others use social media to keep up to date with the news or the Kardashians, as

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