Stop the Glorification of Busy

When I was scrolling through my Pinterest news feed recently I found something that really resonated with me. It was  small picture with a powerful message: It really got me thinking. Why is it that in 2016 we place so much value on being busy? And more importantly, why are we allowing this? How often do […]

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Less is More (More or Less)

Earlier this year my boyfriend and I talked about moving house. We currently stay in a beautiful (but very small) apartment and we were both longing for somewhere which had more space. We spent evenings on the computer, trawling the internet for something which suited our taste and budget. On Sundays we went to show […]

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Stop, Collaborate and Listen

Recent studies have shown that the average doctor interrupts his or her patients eighteen seconds into taking a history. Eighteen. Seconds. Consider what a tiny amount of time that really is for a patient to tell his story to the doctor he has waited four hours to see. The dialogue usually goes something like this: […]

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