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Back in the Saddle

A Light Highway - Matthew Shiroma

Having taken five months off, being back at work takes on a whole new meaning. I wake up in the morning and appreciate that I have an office to go to, people to see, and things to do.

Leaving London - An Easy Decision

City of London - Agata Urbaniak

When I decided to leave London a few months ago, I thought it was going to be a lot harder. But after having just spent two weeks in my future hometown of Newport Beach, I am starting to realise that London is making it pretty easy for me.

9-5 Outside the City Walls

Kensington Park - Jenny Rollo

For the first time in a long time, I am not in a hurry. I no longer sweat when I arrive on the Tube platform, having power walked from my flat.  I no longer set my watch seven minutes ahead so that I am never late, and I no longer demolish people with my eyes as I walk down the street, daring them to get in my way.

The Art of Failure

Poker - Chris Withers

If there is one lesson that stands out amongst all of the things that I have had to learn over the past year and a half of starting up this business, it is, without doubt, the art of failure.

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The Art of Failure

If there is one lesson that stands out amongst all of the things that I have had to learn over the past year and a half of starting up this business, it is, without doubt, the art of failure.

Back in the Saddle

Having taken five months off, being back at work takes on a whole new meaning. I wake up in the morning and appreciate that I have an office to go to, people to see, and things to do.

Leaving London - An Easy Decision

When I decided to leave London a few months ago, I thought it was going to be a lot harder. But after having just spent two weeks in my future hometown of Newport Beach, I am starting to realise that London is making it pretty easy for me.

9-5 Outside the City Walls

For the first time in a long time, I am not in a hurry. I no longer sweat when I arrive on the Tube platform, having power walked from my flat.  I no longer set my watch seven minutes ahead so that I am never late, and I no longer demolish people with my eyes as I walk down the street, daring them to get in my way.

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