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Time to reflect

by Dan Holden Reflection is something I think many of us don’t do enough of, whether on professional or personal matters. Comms Unplugged was a bit of a game-changer for me, as I left the campsite there was a niggle in my mind that something needed to change. The following fortnight I made a conscious […]

Going full hippy. And why that’s a good thing

You know that feeling when you experience something truly special and the benefits go on and on and on? by Darren Caveney Now I’ll apologise in advance if I have previously bored you about Comms Unplugged. Sorry, not sorry. And I might be about to do so again. But give me a chance to say […]

Comms Unplugged – a digital detox

by Mo Sanders from Fresh Air Fridays With slight trepidation and great anticipation I packed my things for Comms Unplugged 2019, including a tent which I had not used for almost a decade. I arrived in a field in Dorset on a warm, Thursday afternoon in early September without really knowing what to expect. Beside […]

Could it be magic?

by Sally Northeast, co-creator of Comms Unplugged Magic. Is it really a thing? We might use it to describe a perfect moment, or a feeling that gets you right in the gut, or maybe even something others would label a happy coincidence. The word magic is being used a-plenty in connection with this year’s Comms […]

1 day to #CU19 – Georgia

Here’s Georgia Turner, the final piece of the #teamunplugged jigsaw, appropriately enjoying a weekend under canvas and getting into the Comms Unplugged spirit. Like all of us, she’s looking forward to some top-notch learning, vital wellbeing tips and opportunities to meet lots of lovely like-minded comms folk in the field. Editing, branding and that fab […]

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