What’s so good about Himalayan salt?

There are many non-believers in the benefits of Himalayan salt. It could be said, that the so-called ‘benefits’ are simply due to the power of the mind; the age old phenomena of the placebo effect and the improvement of a patient’s condition simply because he believes it to be true. However, there are certainly many […]

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Investing in your bedding

We all know and cherish the thought of climbing into fresh sheets after a long day on the run. Whilst you may not feel 100% present during your snooze to truly experience the comfort, there are countless benefits of a beautifully adorned bed. Aside from the need to keep up with your laundry, it’s safe to […]

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Office blues & how to utilise your space

  As we all know (but may dispute when it gets to extremes such as positioning your couch to the North of where your animals sleep…), Feng Shui is incredibly important in your home, just as it is in your workplace. To start with the basics – a decluttered desk, air quality, open natural light […]

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Excess fashion

I recently stumbled across a Huffington Post article by Shannon Whitehead titled ‘5 truths the fast fashion industry doesn’t want you to know’. What particularly caught my attention was number two on the list, ‘discounts aren’t really discounts’. Whitehead alerts readers to the scandalous ‘reality’ of fashion outlets stocking items we believe are last seasons […]

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Ethics in PR

One of the biggest challenges practitioners face in the Public Relations (PR) field is ethical communication. In order for a practitioner to work effectively in the PR industry, a full understanding of culture, religion, race and social diversity is crucial. If these factors are ignored or misunderstood then ethical issues are likely to arise. As defined […]

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PR & The Japanese Government

With the active support of the government, Japan developed one of the most advanced nuclear programs in the world. Powerful institutions of the Japanese industrial society such as the Tokyo Electric Power Company (Tepco) and the government have produced serious global hazards, and according to sociologist Ulrich Beck, it is the behaviour of these corporations […]

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