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ny-resolutions

Following Christmas, it turns to the “New Year, New You” period – a time of year for change and reflection. I can understand why people start this then, with change coinciding with the new year, but what do you do until then? View Post

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dont-panic

I’ve been racking my brain deciding over which personal finance topic I am going to tackle this week. The past week has been one full of surprises and uncertainty and I’m not even talking about the US Presidential election result, although many would put that in the above categories. As an aside, before Brexit I would have been surprised but there were just too many similarities as things election process progressed. So this week’s post is something a little different, a post about dealing with the uncertainty that life throws View Post

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Time-management

For the past few weeks I have been in something of a reflective mood. Something I would say is typical during a period of change and challenges. Following on from last week’s post, I decided to share my tips to overcoming that classical excuse – “I don’t have enough time”. Yes we could all do with 100 hours in the day, especially if working full time and/or with a family to look after, but the reality is we have 24 hours in a day so let’s make the best use of them. View Post

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Dream BigHappy Monday everyone! For most this is the dreaded day of the week but today comes after a phenomenal weekend of Athletics with Mo Farrah retaining his gold in the 10,000m, rounded off by the legendary Usain Bolt winning a third 100m Olympic gold in the early hours of this morning (UK time). The sun is also shining and we are experiencing proper summer temperatures today – a refreshing change.  So again I say to you all happy Monday.

I always find the Olympics inspiring – I love the stories of the daily early rises, relentless training schedules and commitment of the athletes. Some of these journeys started off as early as age 4, with Rio 2016 being the culmination of what began as a dream. This got me thinking what makes so many give up on chasing their dreams… View Post