Life is a rollercoaster…

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As the summer days starts to drift away and welcome back autumn,  now couldn’t be a better time to get focused and get back into my studies. From a personal perspective, I have had a lot of life changing things such as buying a house, having my step children for the summer and welcoming a French Bulldog into the Ellis household! Bron is absolutely adorable and he’s settling in really well, so plenty of new things to get used to! Now that everything is settling down, I can now realign my focus and concentrate on my work and studies. This should explain my absence from social media for a short time!

Over the coming weeks, there are going to be lots of things coming up on the blog such as my recruitment collaboration with Lee Lam, the build up to this years CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition, the CIPD Midlands Area Partnership Conference and updates on my CIPD Level 7 study journey with ICS (not long left now!) I will also be rejoining my team on the CIPD Northants committee, I cannot wait to be back in the swing of things.

I have had lots of messages on my Linked In and Twitter accounts so I will be responding to you all individually. Additionally, I am looking to collaborate with more people on my blog on different subjects, if you would like to work with me then please get in touch and I look forward to sharing the results soon!

Thank you as always for your support with my blog and I look forward to sharing lots more with you soon! A new post will be published every Wednesday morning from now on so do keep sharing and your suggestions coming.

 

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