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7 Things They Don't Teach You in School (But Should)

from Tit-Bits

Tit-bits, noun; small & particularly interesting items of gossip or information. News, views, trending stories, entertainment & lifestyle.


In this post-facts world I've become post-nice

from Paolabiblog

Twitter: @Peebi

Welcome to the private club of this blogger's mind. Who needs to be published when you can be read by the discerning few?


Attention seeking behaviour 

from Weaving a way - multi-tasking with MS

Twitter: @samclements1

A mum, a medical student and eternal optimist bogging about multitasking with MS in the Midlands.



from Yer Know The Dance

Twitter: @YKTD1

Satirical social comment. Digging until they find bones to not let go of and ensuring those who buried them are reminded to either repent or bury their bones deeper. Ex-lads, wondering, and hoping,...


Pop-Bottle Pseudo-Science for Climate-Scaremongering in the Classroom

from Climate Lessons

The focus is on drawing attention to and refuting frightening and misleading materials about climate aimed at school children.

natalie harris

Madonna and child

from Natalie Harris

Twitter: @NatalieHarris

Natalie shares her Obsessions du Jour, which range from the phone hacking scandal to Benedict Cumberbatch.


Wild Inspiration Subcription Boxes

from Mummy Do That!

Twitter: @cartside

A blog by a mum based in Glasgow and working in the voluntary sector for a children's charity. This mum is bringing up her two children in a bilingual environment (English and German). She likes...


Readers, viewers and listeners tell journalists how to report poverty

from Unemployed Hack

Twitter: @unemployedhack

The memories of a downwardly-mobile journalist. This is a political blog considering unemployment, journalism and the cost of wine and cat food.


jpflintoff: Is this your first bra or are you a petite bra type...

from John-Paul Flintoff

If you say you want to change the world, people might think you are a bit, well... odd. But this didn't deter John-Paul Flintoff, film-maker, journalist and dad. Read his posts about Shakespeare,...

Andrew Adonis

My speech – High Speed Rail Bill, House of Lords, Thursday 14 April

from Andrew Adonis

Twitter: @Andrew_Adonis

As a minister under Tony Blair, Lord Adonis dreamed up city academy schools and the Teach First programme. Now the Labour peer's a reformer, author and political adviser.