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How to keep the joy in your business now the clocks have gone back - As autumn advances it's time to make some plans to tackle the change of season positively so you keep your spirits up and keep the joy in your business.

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Autumn fires - An axe that could star in Game of Thrones - just part of the pleasure of getting prepared for autumn fires.

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Stay connected without losing your mind - The advice for freelancers in danger of isolation has always been to use technology to stay connected, but it's time to refine that advice.

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Brighten up your workspace walls before winter - The kids are back at school and the temperature has dropped. Time to plan how to make your workspace cheery for the winter. These ideas could help your productivity as well as lift your mood.

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Inside legendary London tailors on the Savile Row tour - Cindy Lawford's Savile Row tour takes you into the heart of the area famous as the centre of bespoke men's fashion, to meet the tailors and see their work. Find out how Michael Jackson is connected with one of the oldest men's fashion houses on the street!

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Get on your bike - it’s Cycle to Work Day - I won’t be cycling from my bedroom to my home office, but I fully agree with the idea of getting back on your bike! My goal is to use cycling as transport rather than a leisure activity.

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A cheap and easy workspace revamp - All Things Bright & Good - A workspace revamp to de-brown a home office! Professional spray painting has transformed this desk pedestal & brightened the whole room.

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PSA: 4.8 Million Affected by Chrome Extension Attacks Targeting Site Owners

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Taking control of paperwork - A new angle on tackling those scary piles of paper from professional organiser Cassie Tillett: 'Don’t ask ‘Should I keep it?’, but rather ‘What would happen if I lost it by mistake?’ In so many cases, the answer to the second question is ‘absolutely nothing’.

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Password guru who told the world to make them complicated admits: I got it completely wrong
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