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Letting go of (summer holiday) expectations

Summer holidays are coming to an end and when talking about them I can’t help but review a little on how they went.

I will start with my outcome from this summer experience, my lesson learned so to say: 400 more words

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Breakdown - Meltdown

I’m back after a hectic weekend! You can’t imagine what I’ve been through this weekend especially with my computer. I was working on Thursday evening and all of a sudden my Windows 10 decided, “Nope, I won’t let you continue, I’ll just go and destroy all your work and update your computer for you!” The moment when you realise that you have spent 3 hours planning, designing, writing and editing something that you had in your head the whole day was flush down the drain by the mere moment of your computer’s ‘force scheduled’ tantrum to go “Meh! 557 more words


There's No Excuse For Not Securing Your Data In Today's World

It seems there is a silent cyberwar going in and most people are not really concerned about it. If it’s not companies being hacked, it’s some other thing like malware, ransonware and getting your data stolen. 663 more words


Wings and roots

We are coming towards the end of summer and often changes come along, too. Children may start new schools, leave their home for studies, start working; this all may be close to home, further away or even overseas. 208 more words

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Sam's story: Taking on Parallel London for Back Up

An accident during a rugby match left 10-year-old Samuel – also known as Sam – with minimal feeling and movement in his legs. The injury turned his life upside down. 352 more words

Spinal Cord Injury

Harkaran: My experience working with Back Up's finance team

I’m going to tell you about my two weeks at Back Up for work experience, which was – as you would expect – fun yet informative and useful. 432 more words

Spinal Cord Injury

Go, go, go?!

I admit right from the start that I have not tried the game but the sheer thought of what is behind the new hype of “Pokemon Go” almost infuriates me. 230 more words

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