7 Steps to Becoming Really Good at Small Talk


Small talk can be awkward for a lot of us. I don’t know anyone who has told me they enjoy it or even don’t mind it so, at least we are all in the same boat.

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Confident body language: How to Fake it Until You Make it


Some people look really confident, I’m not saying they necessarily are deep down, but they sell it well, while others look nervous and unsure when that isn’t actually the case.
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Everything You Need To Know About Brexit


In 1973, the Prime Minister, Ted Heath along with his Conservative Party brought the UK into the European Community. Ever since then, the topic of EU membership has been at the heart of British politics. Now, the UK has finally decided to leave the EU and negotiations began on 19 June 2017. 
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36 Biscuits – My Ultimate Office Procrastination Moment



It’s been a while since I’ve shared a story about what I have been getting up to. Mostly because I have been completely distracted by the general election and my cooking addition (I made meatballs last night, but possibly the biggest meatballs you have ever seen).
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U.K General Election - How Did We Get Here and What Happens Now?


What an election! It started off for the Conservatives with a 24 point lead over Labour. Jeremy Corbyn was considered to be "unelectable" even by members of his own party and the media left no stone unturned calling him "weak" and even went so far as to call him a "terrorist sympathiser". Many saw this for what it was, calling it a "smear campaign".
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5 Reasons to Do a Job You Hate


I know, I know. I should be telling you to GET OUT OF THERE, to LIVE YOUR LIFE. But I’d much rather be realistic. 47% of people in the U.K aren't happy with their current job. While the long-term goal might be to change jobs the reality is you can’t really do a dramatic “I QUIT” scene from the movies.

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The Real Fake News You Should Watch Out For and How You Can Fight Back


I was recently reading a news article on war crimes online. I usually never get involved with reading or leaving comments if I am honest but for some reason, I decided to scroll down and have a look at what people’s thoughts and opinions were on the topic.
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DIY Tool Kit - Everything You Need to Write Your CV



I’ve been meaning to write this post for a while. I’ve been asked this question a few times and I’ve spent a lot of time myself pouring over my CV, changing it from when I first tried to get a summer job, to a graduate job to an experienced professional role. I’ve used almost every format while applying to jobs and I’ve spoken to a lot of people about it over time too.
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Dirty Networking


I was recently at a “how to develop your career” talk at my company. I’ve been to hundreds of these throughout my graduate training, but it was put into my calendar and I had some time available so hey ho why not.
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Can the Real Office Milk Thief Please Stand Up


For those of you who work in an office environment you know that there are few pleasures you can afford during the working day. For those of you who do not work in an office environment; welcome to the mundane things that really gets on your nerves when you work in an office.
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How to Finally Make that Career Change


Careers are something that we start thinking about from the start of secondary school but oddly enough seem to be the thing that “happens” to us rather than it being something of our choice.
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