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Satellites, cricket, travel down under, and a ray in Wales.

There seemed to be quite a lot of challenges in Week 35’s posts. I failed the challenge of getting a post written, but Chris Bolton advised Learning from failure. The more it hurts the better you learn. I wish Chris luck

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Time travel, rock stars and chilli peppers

Not so many posts for Week 34, but it was the week after the bank holiday and some of the regulars are busy travelling or getting back into the routine after travelling. And less posts mean that you have time

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Three golden management rules

Even if you do not follow football, Ross Wigham’s post for Week 19 should prove useful advice for anyone who manages or is managed. Three golden management rules by Ross Wigham.

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Facing up, photography, fun and fit

There were 14 excellent posts in Week 16 of Weekly Blog Club. The topics ranged from people facing up to tough decisions to fun and games, with photography and social media for work in between. Another first-time contributor to Weekly

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Only a game: ballbearings and pucks

This is the second post on the theme of children’s sports-themed games by Peter McClymont. This week’s games include an odd one of cricket, and the more North American baseball and hockey – the sort that required a table, and

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