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Cherry Blossoms in London
LifeStyle

Lovely in Pink: A Guide to Chasing Cherry Blossoms in London

Imagine strolling hand-in-hand through Greenwich Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site adorned with over 50 cherry trees. Lose yourselves under a canopy of blossoms, the gentle breeze whispering secrets through the delicate petals. Pack a picnic basket and find a secluded spot beneath the blooming embrace, where time seems to

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You call it bossy, I call it confident
LifeStyle

My Daughter is a Baby Boss (and the CEO of Chaos)

Are bosses born or made? well according to my baby daughter, they are born! after all, she is the ultimate baby boss. The girl just doesn’t take no for an answer. She gets what she wants, and with all the confidence she summons, get her way every time. She doesn’t

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For women of war, forever to be free
Society & Culture

For women of war, forever to be free

To celebrate International Women’s Day, we dedicate this poem to women of war. The women who have their freedom brutally taken from them. Freedom to live, to learn, to work, to raise their children, the freedom to simply be. This poem’s a tribute, a heartfelt plea, for women of

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Feedback and the Organisational Culture
Business

Feedback and the Organisational Culture: The 10 Tips Digest

In today’s fast paste and competitive business landscape, nurturing a culture of continuous improvement is crucial for organisational success. A key element that can fuel this growth is the power of feedback. When the culture promotes a constructive provision and reception of feedback, an organisation can create an atmosphere where

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The commodification of mental health
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The Commodification of Mental Health: When Wellness Becomes a Product

In today’s world, prioritizing mental well-being is crucial. However, a concerning trend emerges: the commodification of mental health, a terminology referring to the framing of mental health within consumerism and potentially exploiting vulnerabilities for profit. This translates to oversimplified solutions through self-help products and mindfulness merchandise, neglecting the complexity of

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London Fashion Week Spring 2024 - Photo taken from Vogue
Society & Culture

London Fashion Week: Highlights from the Spring/Summer 2024 Season

From recycled gowns to gender-bending designs, London Fashion Week buzzed with sustainable statements and bold inclusivity. Burberry dipped toes in tech, while Ahluwalia tackled identity through vibrant prints. It’s not just fashion, it’s a glimpse into the future we wear. Dive deeper with this 2 min digest.

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The right to gap
Business

The Right to Gap – A Parent’s Perspective

This is an insider’s perspective, we share with you the thoughts of a parent on the harsh reality of looking for jobs after taking a gap year to spend with the family. The evident unfairness of the corporate expectations on what a career path should look like and the hardship

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LifeStyle

100 Ideas for your 2024 Bucket List

Are you an adventure seeker who craves the thrill of being alive? if you want to spice up your year, we are here for you. we prepared an all thumbs up expert based bucket list for your year.

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Money Saving Tips for Students in the UK
Education

Money Saving Tips for Students in the UK

To study in the UK you need a good budget that would covers your tuition fees as well as the cost of living. You might not be able to save money on the fees unless you earn a scholarship. However, you can certainly reduce the cost of living.

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What NOT to do with Fussy Eaters

If you have a fussy eater at home, then this list is for you. Learn how to reduce your frustration and enjoy more meal times in 2 minutes by avoiding the most common mistakes parents make with children at feeding time.

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