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Monthly Archives: December 2015

A new take on resolutions

It’s review of the year time and I enjoyed 2 social media posts this New year’s eve. The first is by David Taylor  – Great questions to ponder:- Who do you want to become in 2016? What lesson did you learn in 2015 that you are going to take forward into 2016? What word defined you […]

Thought for those who have passed

“Perhaps they are not stars in the sky but rather openings where our loved ones shine down to let us know they are happy.”……Charlie Brown. The quote is actually an Eskimo saying. I found it a comforting thought, especially as we gather with family and friends at Christmas when the absence of a loved one may be […]

He knows we are reliable

This is a powerful blog post – from a colleague who is a services manager at Nacro Housing based in North Wales – about choice and consequences…. He knows we are reliable…. Whilst on my knees, rubber gloves donned, scrubbing the floor of the ladies loo in our office following one dissatisfied customer staging his messy protest […]