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A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A MALT MANIAC..

This feature takes a slight twist.. As I have mentioned this series is all about people inside the industry and although my next guest is not directly linked to the industry he and a group of whisky mad colleagues are part of a ” club ” …. 2,723 more words

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Wasted Day and Another Visit to the Hospital

So today started out routinely enough.  I woke up promptly at 7:30 to my alarm going off, did some writing, took a shower, got ready for work and what not and headed out the door to meet my ride that was waiting for me down in the parking lot.   610 more words

AN INTRODUCTION TO MARY McGregor.

Anyone who has visited Islay will know just how much passion there is for the whisky produced, the people of Islay are extremely passionate about the product and not many show their passion more then Mary McGregor of the Bruichladdich distillery. 630 more words

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A day in the life of an Associate Medical Writer at SV

A weekly diary from the Synergy Vision team from sunrise to lights out. This week we have Alexis.  Alexis is an Associate Medical Writer at Synergy Vision.   607 more words

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When my invisible illness becomes visible...

So a little lesson for anyone who doesn’t already know,  Fibromyalgia is one of many illnesses that are considered to be an “invisible illnesses.”  These are illnesses or disabilities that are not seen in the traditional aspect.   1,185 more words

A Day In The Life Of..............Indie Arts


I went to the Indie Arts Vintage Festival Saturday and loved just about everything I saw. Since this festival occurs a few times a year, I will definitely be back for the one in September.

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The Battle For Benefits 3#: I'm Not Disabled Enough?

Things are looking slightly more hopeful, but it’s still an uphill battle. Last week I got a letter stating that I’ve been approved for “standard care rate” Personal Independence Payment (the disability benefit that’s replacing DLA), but not for “standard mobility rate”. 400 more words

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