Happiness is a journey, like a roller coaster with peaks and troughs. There are degrees of happiness, being mildly pleased to ecstatic.
Amy Cully SteeleAmy is Marketing Insight Manager at One Agency. She has 2 years experience as a Content Executive, working…
This #OnePlasticFreeDay, we've partnered with A Plastic Planet. With the single goal of dramatically reducing the use of indestructible plastics, they hope to put an end to the destruction of our soil, ocean, air and health of our future generations.
Housed within the grade II listed Edwardian Pear Mill, The Vintage Emporium offers a treasure trove of all things antique and coveted. With an eclectic collection of furniture, lighting, home ware, collectibles and fashion, there are over 50 independent traders to discover.
‘Delete it!’ She shrieked, horrified by the reflection of herself that she saw through everyone else’s eyes. The truth is that the picture wasn’t that bad. It wasn’t amazingly flattering, but how many pictures out of the 1000s that we take of ourselves actually are? It was just a picture of her, slightly slouched, after a long week of partying.
If you’re studying the arts, you’ll frequently be told that your future doesn’t look overly prosperous. You’ll have the scene painted for you of unpaid bills, unread submissions, rejection letters and crippling competition.
After joining the legal department of Netscape Communications Corporation in the early 90s, Baker went on to become instrumental in the Mozilla project – starting with the role of General Manager in 1999, before becoming director and president of the Mozilla Foundation in 2003...
International Women’s Day is a necessary celebration that draws attention to both the achievements and capabilities of women and the history of their systemic oppression. Since the creation of the feminist movement (here in Manchester, but we won’t brag…) there’s been measurable progress in women’s rights.
Sometimes, it’s the little things that count. The humble tokens of appreciation that we can share with the team and the small gestures of gratitude that can often mean the world.
Time – the great equaliser. No matter what your gender, race or income, if there’s one thing we all have in common, it’s the amount of hours we all have in the day.