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Wanna talk dirty…..?

I feel I should warn you that this post is Safe For Work, despite initial appearances to the contrary! Jane McIntyre writes amusingly to make a very serious point about a topic that probably annoys and concerns most of us.

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Love of learning, love of place, love of cats

I struggled to think of a title for this week’s summary because there were so many posts (24!) to provide elements but decided to start early with the love theme since Valentine’s Day is flying towards us with bow and

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Beige, snow, cats and communicating

Week 5 brought slightly less posts (19) than the first four weeks of the year (over 20 each week), but no less variety. Sasha Taylor shared with us the plans for a new start on moving forward with the CityCamp

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If practice makes permanent should you practice something you’re already good at?

Jo Smith’s post for Week 5 always wants to improve her horse-riding skills, and recommends low-cost options for keeping up-to-date with skills and knowledge for comms people. If practice makes permanent should you practice something you’re already good at? by Jo Smith.

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Warwick 4am Project: Charlecote Park at 4am

Sasha Taylor is inviting us all to hang out at Charlecote Park at 4am and take photos of the delights you may find in the middle of the night. There are some amazing images already captured as part of the

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Destination sofa

Lindsay Narey thinks that staying in is the new going out in ‘Destination sofa‘. As one of her commenters said, they’ve never had a bad night staying in but more than one awful night out. Destination sofa by Lindsay Narey

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2012 in review – the stats

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: 600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 11,000 views in 2012. If every person who reached the

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