Category: How To Survive…

How to (not) survive a camping trip

  Summer finally arrives, you’ve had your heart set on the most joyous of camping trips for months. It’s going to be amazing. You can re-connect with your family, be at one with nature. This all sounds incredible and you’ve probably imagined the scene over and over. It’s perfectly serene, a baby rabbit takes food

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How to survive your child’s teenage years…

    A teenager’s mind is somewhere best left alone. It’s not working properly anyway and it’s all confused and back to front. Everything you have ever taught your child will be forgotten, I’m hoping they store this information ready to use again once they hit their 20’s… Things like Talking Eating with your mouth

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How to survive..A day out

I love a good day out, to the park, a museum, the beach. I’m not the biggest fan of people. People can be the total ruin of my day! I’m making progress though..I’d say that I like at least 3 more people now than I did this time last year 😀 Here’s 5 “rules” I

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How to survive…your ‘customer facing’ job role.

  ‘Just remember, these people pay your wages’ Those words are neither helpful nor entirely accurate. Yes okay if the customer base wasn’t there, there wouldn’t be a job, however you wouldn’t have been given that job in the first place because it wouldn’t have existed… I was going somewhere with this but I lost

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How To Survive…Zombies

    Here is my collection of survival tips from the people who were there, eye-witness accounts from the survivors… “You weren’t there man!” This blog post actually incited a panic attack…so enjoy.   Get lots and lots of stabby weapons… Acquire a big, giant off-road vehicle, suitable for driving over corpses. Kill the people

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How to survive…the Yorkshire Three Peaks

I have walked the Yorkshire Three Peaks at least 5 times. I highly recommend it but please remember… Here’s my top ten tips for surviving the peaks! Don’t over pack! The first time I walked the YTP I had no clue what I was doing. The kit list I read was obviously for walking the

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