REDUCING PLASTIC USE: A GUIDE FOR ECO-CONSCIOUS ORGANISATIONS

The Working Well Series, from Make Me A Plan Productivity Expert, Pen Le Kelly
10.07.2024.
It’s Plastic Free July, and in today’s world, environmental responsibility is a necessity. Companies of all sizes are recognising the importance of reducing their plastic footprint, especially when it comes to single-use plastics. Not only does this benefit the...
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ON INDEPENDENCE

The Philosopher-in-Residence Blog Series from Make Me A Plan's Principal Planner, Anna Pascoe
04.07.2024.
The 4th of July has long been associated with American Independence Day, and this year, in Britain, voters around the land will be exercising their right to independent thought and casting their ballots for their next Members of Parliament (unless they don’t have...
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UK POLITICS & THE WORKPLACE: A FRIENDLY GUIDE

The Working Well Series, from Make Me A Plan Productivity Expert, Pen Le Kelly
26.06.2024.
Hey there, Fans of Plans!  Let’s talk about something that’s on everyone’s mind lately: the impact of the upcoming UK General Election. We all know that politics can stir up a lot of emotions, and when it starts to affect where we work, those feelings...
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ON HYPOCRISY

The Philosopher-in-Residence Blog Series from Make Me A Plan's Principal Planner, Anna Pascoe
20.06.2024.
Not a shameless sales plug (hypocrisy-ometer reading level 1), but as part of our continuing professional development, Make Me A Plan’s nutrition and wellbeing planners regularly audit the content of other companies and individuals in the market who purport to be...
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THE RIPPLE EFFECT OF VOLUNTEERING

The Working Well Series, from Make Me A Plan Productivity Expert, Pen Le Kelly
12.06.2024.
In today’s fast-paced work environment, the importance of health and wellbeing often gets overshadowed by deadlines and deliverables. However, there’s a powerful tool at our disposal that can significantly enhance not just individual wellbeing but also the health...
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ON TRIBES

The Philosopher-in-Residence Blog Series from Make Me A Plan's Principal Planner, Anna Pascoe
06.06.2024.
Greetings, members of Plankind. This fortnight, this Philosopher-in-Residence is pondering upon stock phrases; the semantics that trot out of our mouths, not ostensibly offensive nor truly well-considered. And, as is the wont of a by-definition-self-indulgent-blog, reader,...
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CELEBRATING PRIDE MONTH IN YOUR WORKPLACE

The Working Well Series, from Make Me A Plan Productivity Expert, Pen Le Kelly
29.05.2024.
With June around the corner, and with it comes Pride Month, a vibrant celebration of the LGBTQ+ community's history, achievements, and ongoing struggles for equality. In your workplace, this is a fantastic opportunity to show support, demonstrate inclusivity, and create...
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REFLECTING ON MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK: MOVING FORWARD TOGETHER

The Working Well Series, from Make Me A Plan Productivity Expert, Pen Le Kelly
15.05.2024.
Hey there, mental health champions! As Mental Health Awareness Week draws to a close, it's the perfect time to reflect on the strides we've made and the journey ahead. This year's theme of movement has sparked important conversations and inspired action in...
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ON ANTE BELLUM

The Philosopher-in-Residence Blog Series from Make Me A Plan's Principal Planner, Anna Pascoe
09.05.2024.
Greetings, Plankind. The translation of the Latin ante bellum means “before war” and in writing this blog, I’m not aligning with any historic or contemporary active conflict or perspective for which the term is sometimes a reference. Ante bellum has been...
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MOVING FORWARD: WORKPLACE SUPPORT FOR MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK 2024

The Working Well Series, from Make Me A Plan Productivity Expert, Pen Le Kelly
01.05.2024.
Hey there, fellow mental health advocates! It's that time of the year again – Mental Health Awareness Week is upon us in a couple of weeks, and this year's theme is all about movement. But hey, we're not just talking about physical movement here (though...
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