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Grateful for Changes

Kathy O’Connell, Co-Founder

Being an abused victim/survivor of abuse opened to dangers in the world. As my children were growing up, I often felt I needed to be there to protect them from any similar abuse. 288 more words


Let’s talk about shit

So, I thought I should actually write a post about shit, since it is in the name of our blog. When thinking about what to write about in relation to… 963 more words

& Shit

7 Powerful Ways to Prevent and Manage Depression Right Now

One out of six people suffer from depression at some point in their life. Depression is therefore a huge burden on our society today and should be taken seriously. 1,361 more words


Register Now! The Solo/Small Firm Challenge: Conquering Adversity and the Imposter Syndrome

ABA Free CLE Series Webinar | July 16, 2018 | 1PM ET

Learn techniques to overcome negative thought patterns that can create an “imposter syndrome” that limits your ability to serve your clients with due diligence. 252 more words

The Legal Profession

Council’s customer contact centre is best in South West – it’s official!

Somerset County Council’s Customer Service team has been crowned the best customer contact centre of its size in the region.

Triumphing over tough opposition from across the public and private sectors, Somerset Direct netted the South West Contact Centre of the Year Award. 252 more words

Why Certain Dog Breeds Are in the Insurance Doghouse

I have a number of friends – and clients – who are dog lovers. Some are more passionate than others about their four-legged friends and this can lead to uncertainty, confusion, and even anger over insurance company rules pertaining to canines. 754 more words



DNR stands for “Do not resuscitate”. Today, I’m finding that both a useful AND a distracting acronym.