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Moving On Up Part 1 – June

March 2, 2021

Well in the words of M People (remember them or am I showing my age?) things really are Moving On Up. With Boris’ announcement there’s a spring in everyone’s step and hope is on the horizon. We have a couple of events coming up which may help too, both of which will help the Herts […]

New Beginnings Part 8 – Nadine

February 23, 2021

Many of you will know that we belong to an elite group of only 3% of UK agencies who are Google Premier Partners (June may have mentioned it a couple of times already?!). We are very proud of the results that we have been achieving on Google for our clients over the last 14 years, […]

New Beginnings Part 7 – Kate

February 15, 2021

It’s so important to be selfish, now more than ever. Well, kind of. The Oxford dictionary defines selfish as: lacking consideration for other people; concerned chiefly with one’s own personal profit or pleasure. But I’m talking about a less extreme version. I think I’m going to create a new word. I like ‘selfish(ish)’ to define […]

New Beginnings Part 6 – Georgia

February 8, 2021

Well, here we are again…not sure about the ‘New Beginnings’ – it’s more like the ‘Same Old’. We are back where I, and I’m sure everyone else, never wanted to be. So what is different between lockdown 1.0 and 3.0? Home Schooling – It still sucks, in fact it maybe harder. Despite having been to […]

New Beginnings Part 5 – Natalie

February 1, 2021

Staying sane With these wonderful new restrictions and back to home schooling I have found my motivation, my energy and usual positive nature understandably not as upbeat as usual. Having to achieve the academic demands for my girls is one thing but having to deal with incredibly upset children questioning everything has been incredibly testing. Staying mentally […]

New Beginnings Part 4 – Jude

January 25, 2021

Now I do love articles that tell me how to run my life. “Be the best you “ “Take back the power” “Future proof your mind” Hmm, well when I say love, what I really mean is that I read the headline, roll my eyes and think to myself, have these people got nothing better […]