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Reluctance to Meditate

Ena explores the concept of meditation and talks about her journey and experience with different meditative practices such as breathing.
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A Day With Zero COVID-19 Deaths? - Must Be A Dream

Ayse talks about reaching the last steps of lockdown with the possibility of seeing further restrictions being lifted. She explores the effectiveness of the vaccination programme, better national understanding of the virus, reduction in hospitalisation figures and the impacts the weather may have.

The Benefits of a Part-Time Job

Part-time jobs may help you much more than you think. Here are five part-time job benefits that may make you consider getting one.

Networking-Not As Complex As We Think

With lockdown restrictions easing and more offices potentially reopening in the near future, here are five tips to prepare yourselves for potential socially-distanced networking events.

How To Get Back Into The Office

With lockdown restrictions easing and offices potentially reopening in the near future, here are five tips to prepare yourselves for returning to your office.
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The Double Meaning Behind Social Distancing…

Ayse talks about the impacts of the term social distancing and how it has created a socially distant mindset for people.

Building Knowledge and Experience During Lockdown

Skill-boosting programmes, documentaries and reading. Job-hunting and being unemployed is frustrating, but here are some methods that will help you through it and allow you to build knowledge and experience during lockdown.

Anniversary of the First UK Lockdown 

Ena talks about this significant anniversary and what it means for all of us

To watch “reality” shows or not? - That is the question

Ena discusses all things Reality TV and whether it's worth watching.

Reopened Schools - Enough for Students to Catch Up on Missed Work?

Find out how an education support package, curriculum-based TV programmes and in-school counselling may allow students to catch up on work.