Break Through The Barriers of Redundancy

One of my friends, Sandra Bellamy, has written a book to aid people back into work after being made redundant. At the moment it is available only on Kindle, but she is currently finishing off the formatting for the paperback edition. There is a wealth of information both in the book and on her websites.

    “In a nutshell, this book is a complete A-Z system for getting back into work; and a comprehensive guide about how you can recover from the devastating effects of redundancy, and seize this moment as an opportunity to fulfil your dreams.
      Redundancy can be difficult for all kinds of reasons. It can affect you financially, emotionally, and be detrimental to your health and wellbeing.
      This practical and user-friendly A-Z guide tackles how to break through multiple barriers of redundancy in a holistic way. It uniquely covers 26 aspects of redundancy and provides you with 80 benefits, to successfully get you back into work.


You can buy the book in the UK here:

Break Through The Barriers Of Redundancy UK

and from the US here:

Break Through The Barriers of Redundancy US

Photo of the Week 2015 – Week 30

Hard to believe we have reached week 30 and this week sees the beginning of August. Won’t be long until winter is here, so I suppose the truth is … Winter is Coming.

I love clouds, and the clouds yesterday were stunning. They really looked beautiful.

Quick question – Are you interested in buying a calendar again this year?

Thank you for everyone who has stuck by me whilst I have been away.

Photo of the Week 2015 Week 30

Photo of the Week 2015
Week 30

Photo Challenges Part Two

The challenge for June was another one that I found on the internet.

00 June

I didn’t post “Bathroom” as I really don’t want people to see what is my bathroom.

Photo Challenges Part One

Over the last couple of months, I have been doing a photo challenge. Just something I could do easily with a subject given to me each day. I did miss a couple of days due to time constraints as well as other issues. These are the first ones I took which were in May