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3 Feel-Good Reads to get you through Lockdown

 ‘Is lockdown getting you down?’ We probably will all have had some low days during lockdown, so to help share a feel-good mood, we thought we’d share 3 feel-good reads we’d personally recommend. In case you didn’t know this, The TeaNomads a.k.a. Sam + Jason, are actually big bookworms with Sam having studied English Literature at Uni and Jason currently working on his first novel! So, here are our thoughts on 3 books across 3 different genres we have read, old + new, which made us feel good. Feel free to share your own feel-good recommendations in the comments below! We’d love to hear your thoughts and discover even more feel-good books to be filling our shelves with during lockdown!...

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Working as a Digital Nomad

In the digital age we are blessed with an abundance of opportunity to simply log in, click, and get to work. Businesses can be run from mobile devices, meetings made over Skype, and online stores can have global outreach, with endless possibilities. But what exactly is the lure and attraction of working as a digital nomad? Hammocks and Pina Coladas? Potentially. But there is a lot more to working as a digital nomad than just island hopping in Indonesia in between yoga sessions and having deep intellectual conversations around camp fires with Oxbridge graduates living off a trust fund. It’s about finding a sense of purpose, without having to root yourself down to one place; creating something of value, without...

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Cuppa and a Chat

In these strange times of unprecedented global uncertainty, it has never been more important to reconnect with ourselves, our health, and others. Many people may be off work, working from home, or be self-isolating in some form. But it is those who are most vulnerable who may struggle the most; the elderly, those with chronic conditions, weakened immune systems, or people who live in rural areas. So that is why we are encouraging a Cuppa and a Chat. In our busy lives and schedules, we often take for granted the time and presence of people in our lives. In being forced to stop and rethink, slow down and take stock, it is important to remember that it is people who...

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