Kate

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Sometimes, there’s something really fun about being a tourist in your own city. For a while, I’ve wanted to do some stuff to tackle my fear of heights – I started last month with a climb up monument and a play at Tower Bridge (read it here), but this month, a friend and I decided to take it up a notch…

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Well hi! It’s been a while hasn’t it? The month of March hurried to an end, which meant saying a big goodbye to someone very special…

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  It seems strange not to have posted in over a week – there’s been a few things happening that have meant this poor little patch of the internet has been neglected…

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March the 8th marks International Women’s Day. Since moving in to the world of work at 18 (I quit uni, but that was a story for another time), I’ve always known that there is a gap. A difference. An inequality. Between myself, and between the opposite sex. International Women’s Day is a fantastic initiative and a wonderful opportunity to celebrate one another, and to help further educate ourselves, our colleagues, our daughters, sisters and nieces, around how we can achieve equality.

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Self-care is so important. As Mental Health slowly (but, hopefully, surely) becomes less taboo, it’s important to remember that suffering from a mental health issue is something that can happen to us all. 1 in 4 people will experience some kind of mental health issue in their lifetime. Even if you don’t feel as though you are ‘suffering’, why not take some time out, just for you? Let’s think about a few ways in which we can help ourselves…

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