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How I Cope – Ruth Puckering

…tips and helpful advice, How I Cope aims to create a space for us to support each other, and the health of our sector in general. Here, Ruth Puckering, Interim…

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How I Cope – Jenessa Williams

How I Cope

…and support. Even when my studies are feeling insurmountable, I take comfort in remembering that I’ve chosen this path. Nothing lasts forever, I’m in control of my destiny and all…

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How I Cope – Cara Lee

How I Cope

…loved theatre then as dearly as I do now, but it wasn’t always easy and it isn’t always easy now. As I’ve become older, I’ve also learned to deal with…

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How I Cope – Rosemary Waugh

How I Cope

…working life and indeed I wouldn’t quite want it to. In the same way that I purchase five more varieties of flower seed than I need, I say ‘yes’ to…

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How I Cope – Finola Billings

How I Cope

…is a freelance writer.   How I Cope I always knew establishing a career in a creative industry would be a challenge. People always told me to be prepared for…

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How I Cope – Jonathan Stone

How I Cope

…is imminent. When I perform I like using mistakes, to keep going whatever happens. I’ll use any mistakes that my Ataxia causes – I try to get it right, but…

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How I Cope – Arnelle Paterson

How I Cope

…that mental illness can bring. I find that when I’m writing, my internal rumination disappears for a while; it’s almost like being in a trance. All that matters is the…

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Think Piece: Mindless or Mindful?

Sebastian Cater asks what can we do to make mindfulness less of a dirty word at work. Plus useful tips to create a personal Mindfulness Manifesto to use as a…

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How I Cope – Emily Clarke

How I Cope

…help inform decisions about accessibility, inclusivity and representation for the communities we, as heritage organisations, aim to serve. If you are interested in contributing to the How I Cope series,…