Trans Inclusion in Business

Trans Inclusion in Business

Written by Chloe Brundish You can’t just put a rainbow on your socials and website and make your logo colourful to show that your business is LGBTQ+ inclusive, it must be shown in the workplace by leaders and employees. There are many workplaces where transgender...
Top 10 Tips for Working from Home

Top 10 Tips for Working from Home

Written by Aimee Carter Throughout the last couple of years, the number of us working from home has drastically increased due to the pandemic. During this time we have realised that sometimes working from your home can be hard so here are some tips which can help when...
Food is Power

Food is Power

Written by Zedek Boateng We all know the importance food plays in our diet and our physical health, but did you know what we consume affects us on a much deeper level? And I’m not just talking about weight gain or blood sugar levels. What we consume has been...
 Leaving School For The Real Working World

 Leaving School For The Real Working World

Written by Paige Dimery-Seek For some, growing up quickly and leaving the “shackles and chains” of education, seems like the door to freedom and possibilities. You’re filled with hope and excitement for what the future holds, endless possibilities.  And it can...
Advice For My Younger Self

Advice For My Younger Self

Written by BWi Kickstarter, Mia Wilkinson At 15, you are suspended between childhood and adulthood. Your mid-teens are a liminal space, your body and mind are changing, yet the world remains the same. You see it all now with new eyes, and you look back on your young...
Are you suffering from ‘Comparison-itis’?

Are you suffering from ‘Comparison-itis’?

Written by Amelia Bishop It feels almost like human nature in today’s world to compare ourselves to others, our peers, our superiors, and even our family members which means that this habit has become mainstream. Comparing yourself to others becomes much more apparent...