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TWITTER CHAT: KINDNESS IN COMMS

I still love a good Twitter Chat and they can still offer up brilliant engagement opportunities when done right. by Darren Caveney Last year Comms Unplugged ran a dedicated Twitter Chat for Mental Health Awareness Week (MHAW), led by leading mental health advocate, Leanne Ehren. The chat exceeded the participant numbers we had originally estimated, […]

Emergency stop: A chance to reflect during Mental Health Awareness Week

We already knew that mental health was an issue in the communications and PR industry before COVID-19. Heaven knows where we’re at with it now. So the opportunity for some time-out to reflect during Mental Health Awareness Week is incredibly timely. by Darren Caveney At the end of January this year I attended two-days of […]

We’re born to be creative, especially in lockdown

By Sally Northeast Necessity is the mother of invention. I like that phrase because what it means is that in times of need, in times of challenge we can be at our most creative. It’s the way we humans are built – to adapt, to learn, to create, to change our world. And in lockdown, […]

Planting sunflower seeds – an idea worth sowing

Unplugger and nature lover Joe Crossland has got us all growing! Want to join in? Whether it’s flowers or fresh herbs or salad you fancy having a go at, read his blog and get involved! In these difficult times I find you need to distract yourself. Anything involving your hands tends to be quite meditative […]

Can you even be unplugged during lockdown?

by Sally Northeast The world is a very different place since coronavirus hit us and our reliance on technology has increased hugely. So how can we look after our wellbeing, learn what we need to learn at pace and connect with others in a meaningful way? In 2017 we recognised that a new approach to […]

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