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Masa

This afternoon I went out for Mexican food
Well after the lunch rush
That quiet, empty space between meal times

Sat in a big, bright room alone… 175 more words

Depression

Challenge accepted: How deafness teaches us to survive and thrive

This month, Barnaby Lund, our Marketing and Account Manager writes about the challenges of living with deafness, and how these challenges give us the skills that make us valuable to employers.   937 more words

it's something new

I had a baby.

I thought he would never arrive, but here he is, nestled on my chest as I write. This is how work gets done now: 102 more words

Babies

My Placement Experience

Recently I gained a couple of weeks experience in a neurology department and without doubt it was the most rewarding thing I have ever done. It was a culmination of all those years slaving away in school, those long hours and late nights in the library finally coming together in a moment of enlightenment and happiness. 746 more words

College

Not 2nd best - Equal 1st!

Apprenticeships are an investment worth making whether you are the apprentice or the employer. During National Apprenticeship Week, which starts on Monday 9th March, the Exeter and Heart of Devon Employment and Skills Board  (EHOD ESB) together with our partners will be celebrating local award winning apprenticeships and apprentice employers, and raising awareness of the opportunities and benefits, for individuals, employers and our region. 123 more words

Devon

Student Shenanigans: Shorthand Saga Part 2

I’ve not been negligent in my shorthand practice over the past couple of weeks. Sloppy, perhaps, but not negligent. You know those notepads you get for Christmas that you never actually use completely lose track of? 552 more words

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