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The #CUinthefield scholarship is back for 2020!

By Comms Unplugged co-creator Sally Northeast Giving is a huge part of the Comms Unplugged ethos – whether it’s your time, your cash, your expertise or your support. It’s one of the five steps to wellbeing that underpin everything we’re trying to do. So last year, after a wonderfully supportive and altruistic chat in one […]

Switching on to Comms Unplugged

by Daniel Cattanach So I finally went and did it. After almost four years of dilly-dallying, I have bitten the silver bullet and bought my first-ever ticket for Comms Unplugged. I absolutely cannot wait to get into that field in delightful Dorset – the field of dreams; the field of expert inspirational speakers; the field […]

YOUR ‘CUT OUT AND SEND’ LETTER FOR A BOSS WHO DOESN’T GET COMMS UNPLUGGED

Comms Unplugged was the best work-related thing I did last year. Period. by Darren Caveney I honestly believe that Comms UnPlugged is the best industry event there is. I feel happy saying that as it is a not-for-profit event. The only people who benefit are the attendees. Well it’s back for 2020 – slightly bigger […]

Everything in moderation – what I learned from Dry January

by Josephine Graham I generally consider myself to be quite a healthy person. I walk a reasonable amount, go to a weekly yoga class and usually manage to eat five portions of fruit and veg each day. But over the last three or four years, I have got into a bit of a wine habit. […]

Give yourself a boost with the Big Garden Birdwatch

  Looking for a fresh perspective on the five steps to wellbeing? Look no further! 2019 Unplugger Joe Crossland blogs some awesome tips to help you make the most of this weekend’s RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch… This weekend (25-27 January) is the RSPB’s annual Big Garden Birdwatch, the world’s largest wildlife survey. As well as […]

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