Monthly Archives: July 2013

Seasides, mugging donkeys, and the importance of feeling good

This week’s summary has been an endurance trial just to find the posts and create the summary list. I have had to do it all on a mobile device because my laptop is broken. Although the WordPress app has been

Posted in #WeeklyBlogClub summary, animals, beaches, childcare, communicating, disability, friendship, hardware, health services, holiday, mental health, patient care, performing arts, photography, public relations, social care, therapy, working practices

Thinking, Singing, Dancing

Hello lovely bloggers, it’s me Kate Bentham, sitting in the Weekly Blog Club seat for a second week on the trot. How’s your week been then? Have you been enjoying the sun? Had any ice cream? I have, natch. We’ve

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Posted in #WeeklyBlogClub summary, communicating, communities, culture, digital technology, good causes, health, leadership, local government, media, photography, setting goals, social media, visual arts, websites, women, working practices, workplace

A Social City of Culture

Hooray! Dundee is getting it’s very own social media surgery. This week Kenny McDonald blogs about how this came about, why it’s important to the city, and how people can become involved. A Social City of Culture by Kenny McDonald

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Posted in good causes, ideas/innovation, learning, setting goals, social media, special events, websites

Thinking out loud

Artist Janet Davis has been looking for some inspiration for her own work and future direction, in particular around the idea of books and multiples, and the opportunity of pulling together some of her images she has of Ouseburn. Janet

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Posted in architecture, blogging, communities, culture, festival, fine art, ideas/innovation, painting drawing, photography, setting goals, working practices

Menopause in the workplace

With such a significant proportion of the workforce being women, and being over the age of 50, many are experiencing the hormonal changes of the perimenopause and of the menopause. Heather Currie blogs about the effects of this in the

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Posted in health, women, working practices, workplace

Creative.Digital.Likeable

A really useful blog post this week for anyone looking to break into a career in PR. Ross Wigham has asked some influential comms people what they consider to be key skills and attributes needed to stand out from the crowd and get hired.

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Posted in communicating, internal communications, journalism, leadership, local government, media, public relations, setting goals, working practices, workplace

Six ‘award winning’ tips

A great blog from Ross Wigham this week, who offers some top tips for anyone considering entering a piece of work or campaign for an award. Ross talks from experience having won awards himself, and who is now also involved

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