Long lie in’s, fresh coffee, roast dinners, long walks, time spent with friends and loved ones, Sunday’s are unknowingly filled with all of those things that make us feel good, making them the perfect day to practice self care without even trying!
Taking time for ourselves is becoming increasingly important, as our lives become busier by the day, the levels of stress increase and therefore we have to make sure we are managing these levels so that is doesn’t have a negative impact upon our mental health.
Self care covers every aspect of our lives and how we feel; from our mental health to our physical health, therefore, if we are not operating on all cylinders, then we are likely to feel sluggish and generally more negative.
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I can’t quite believe that I am writing this but thanks to your votes, I am delighted to announce that I am a finalist at the UK Blog Awards 2019!
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When I meet people that have either read the blog or seen me speak at an event, one of the first questions I get asked is how I managed to get from being a Travel Agent to an HR Consultant.
The reason I was inspired to write this post is because at this time of year, many people think, new year, new career, and I thought this may help some people if they were considering this particular situation.
The shameless selfie above was taken just before Christmas outside of the Maidenhead branch of TUI (formerly Thomson Holidays, and yes I did get some strange looks!) this is where I had my first proper job interview at the age of 18 when it was known as Lunn Poly (that may take a few of you back!). I was just about to finish my A-Levels in business, Travel and Tourism and I didn’t want to wait until my exam results, I wanted to get into work as soon as possible, so the day after my exams finished, I was working and sending people all over the world on their dream holidays.
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What an incredible year 2018 has been!
Career wise, it has been very hectic but productive and I am thankful for the experiences that the year gave me.
I am also grateful for all of the support, lovely comments and wonderful connections that I have made. I am looking forward to much of this in 2019!
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We are now only a few days away before the public vote for the UK Blog Awards closes!
I’m really lucky to have got through to the second round and I would be delighted to make it through to the next stage. If you are enjoying my HR musings, then please do take a moment to vote (no personal details are required, you simply click on vote!)
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Wowsers what a year it has been and with only 6 short weeks left of 2018, for me it is now all about 2019!
I am really excited and privileged to be nominated at the 2019 UK Blog Awards for my humble little HR blog and I couldn’t be more proud; it is all thanks to your support that I am here in the first place so a big thank you to you all.
If you enjoy reading my HR musings, then please do take a moment to nominate me, there are to forms to fill in, you just click the link here and press the vote button, and it is as easy as that!
Wish me luck and keep your fingers crossed!