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Callie Di Nello
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Playologist, Teacher + Creative Transformation Coach
Playologist, Teacher + Creative Transformation Coach

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This looks like an interesting program - begins 12th September (and is free to view)
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Such a lovely uplifting story from one of the sweetest ladies I've ever met (and now have the good fortune to call 'a friend') - the real meaning of the word Communication! #commsforgood  
This is #CommsForGood
This is #CommsForGood
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We all need to give ourselves permission at times ... to be a mess, to be whatever we are, whatever we need to be ... http://www.spiritualawakeningprocess.com/2011/09/permission-to-be-hot-mess-on-spiritual.html
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I LOVE Conscious Crafties ... find out why here!
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Can't sleep, won't sleep: night sweats + active brain ... look at the amazing responses! go #WOBSHQ  
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Fabulous and informative article: I am also a lifelong learner and there is such a wealth of free (or very low value) education resources that can help you to upskill yourself, even with limited physical, emotional and financial resources. I often find that once we've been hit by cancer (patient, carer, surthriver), our work no longer fits us as it did - or, indeed, we just become aware that we don't want to do "it" anymore! So I really appreciate the reminder to (a) keep your CVs up-to-date on specialist job search engines, and (b) keep upskilling and reinventing yourself! 
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Fabulous and informative article: I am also a lifelong learner and there is such a wealth of free (or very low value) education resources that can help you to upskill yourself, even with limited physical, emotional and financial resources. I often find that once we've been hit by cancer (patient, carer, surthriver), our work no longer fits us as it did - or, indeed, we just become aware that we don't want to do "it" anymore! So I really appreciate the reminder to (a) keep your CVs up-to-date on specialist job search engines, and (b) keep upskilling and reinventing yourself! 
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