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The many benefits of learning French

Follow the story of Hugo, a 25 years old very English sounding and looking young man -apart from a brand new and distinctive French béret he had elegantly placed on his head- he was so enthused by his newly rediscovered French side (50%) that he wanted to wear it for all to see. 

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LifestyleHope Marshall
Summer Project: Knitted Necklace Pattern

The weather is getting hotter! Are you ready to go for a holiday? Drinking cocktails on a sunny beach with new bikinis and bright coloured cotton jewellery! Yes, that’s right! I said cotton jewellery!

Why don’t you make your own personalised knitted necklace with me and stride into the spotlight this summer? Sounds interesting, right?

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Seven Reasons The Kids Will Love Kent Life Farm

When it comes to finding family friendly days out in Kent it can be tough to find something which the whole family can enjoy whilst not breaking the bank. Well, we have the solution! Last weekend we took a trip over to Maidstone to visit Kent Life. Having never been before I was excited to find somewhere new to take our three year old that didn’t cost the earth. Here are my top seven reasons the kids will love Kent Life

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Your Guide To Summer 2019

For those of us not lucky enough to be jetting off abroad this Summer fear not, we’ve searched high and low to bring you the very best of whats on in Kent and Sussex over the hotter months, so sit back grab an ice cream and read through our essential Summer guide

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The many benefits of learning French / Part 3

“The limits of my language mean the limits of my world” (Ludwig Wittgenstein, Austrian philosopher).

In our Part 3 of the mini-series “The many benefits of learning French”I want to tell you about Laura, for whom learning French did indeed expand her world beyond what she thought possible before. 

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LifestyleHope Marshall
Planning For Later Life 

During my insurance career I came across a number of people who looked forward to retirement from a very early age and yet, when they did retire, were very unhappy in the first 2 years, or died within 6 months, presumably through boredom. We work hard throughout our careers, hopefully enjoying it (if not get in touch with me regarding career coaching!) so isn’t it a good idea to plan for a significant change in our life/working arrangements when we retire? 

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LifestyleHope Marshall