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Exploring Negative Stereotypes of Generation Y

I was asked by the Intergenerational Foundation to write an article exploring the negative reputation millennials have in the workplace. They are dedicated to achieving fairness between the generations and they wanted a piece that tackled the stereotypes people have of those in their 20s and 30s.

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10 One-Minute Energy Boosters

A few weeks ago, I was asked to contribute to an article for Tesco Living on one minute energy boosters. Not all of them were featured, as these things tend to go, so I thought I’d share the whole list with you.

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Sole Mates: Runner’s World Feature on Relationships & Running

Over the Summer I was approached by Runner’s World to provide my expert opinion on a piece about relationships and running. The individual, JT, outlines his issue first to which I follow with my insights in to what is going on and some tips on how to help the situation move forward. The above photo is the paraphrased advice that was printed in the August edition of the magazine. Enjoy.

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Are you having a Quarter-Life Crisis?

I was approached by IDEAL, the online magazine, to write an article about the quarter-life crisis due to the experience I have of coaching individuals in their 20s and early 30s experiencing such a crisis, plus the research I have completed on the crisis.

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How to Worry Less

In this month’s issue (March) of the brilliant Psychologies Magazine, a piece I wrote on ‘How To Worry Less’ is featured. With the word limits on such articles, I thought those worrywarts out there might like to read the full version of the piece.

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