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From Banking to BodyCombat

Les Mills BodyCombat

I used to work in banking, which at times was mentally tough. Now I'm exploring something physically tough. But at the end of the day, it's still all about throwing your weight around and winning the order / deal / fight (delete as applicable).

Maternity rights in the UK

Pregnant Belly 3 Benjamin Earwicker

If you are planning a family or already have a little one on the way, and have questions on maternity and paternity rights in the UK, then this is the info-graphic for you.

Let’s Get Active

LGA2 Header

The sun is out. You’re reaching way way back in your wardrobe for all the summer clothes you haven’t seen for the last six icy months. You’re feeling joy, relief maybe, but there’s also a niggling feeling in the back of your mind that reminds you of 5-year-old pestering its mother for ice cream. It’s because you haven’t been to the gym in absolutely ages and the thought of stepping out in shorts is actually terrifying. There’s no avoiding it, you need to get active. But there’s a silver lining in the form of awesome work-out gear.


And They All Lived Happily Ever After?

Given that every retail outlet has been cajoling us into making Valentine purchases since early January, and this onslaught is becoming increasingly frenzied, one cannot fail to notice that February 14th is rapidly approaching.

Inflating Expenses is Big Business

Is it surprising that UK employees 'make' an extra £1bn* a year on fraudulent expenses? Or is it surprising that, on average, they only claim an extra £17 per month? (Or that only 18% of those surveyed admitted to doing it?)

Monk and the Office Rottweiler

One day after listening to a sermon on endless compassion, a monk walked home from his teacher's house. In high spirits, he saw a stray dog and bent down to stroke it. The dog bit off his finger.