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Getting into the Flow. Three lessons from 2018!

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Hello.Lately every new year was bigger, wilder, more intense, crazier, more packed with experiences than the previous. But they averaged at “it was OK” in balance of what good and nasty had happened. 2018 is different. 2018 is very much on the “fuck yeah!” side of things. Here are 3 things I learned this year.“If you have everything under control, you’re not moving fast enough.”- Mario AndrettiThis year...
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Comment on The opposite of thermal shock? by expatandtea

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Stop press! The geeky patent connection has been spotted overnight by someone who would like to remain nameless 😉 But I shall leave the rest of you guessing… LikeLike
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Comment on Final Frontier by Irene Auerbach

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Many thanks – I enjoyed every line of your postings. Hoping to see you around North Herts Cats again: much love from Irene LikeLike
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Comment on First impressions by Working in a Winter Wonderland

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[…] finally – it’s been a while since we had a proper homing beacon.  Four months in fact.  But RY have outdone themselves this time with something that stands head, shoulders… and […] LikeLike
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Comment on Running the Gamut by Mary

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Looks awesome … great idea for travelling! LikeLiked by 1 person
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Comment on Intermission Impossible by expatandtea

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Thanks Jack! I’d be happy to help. If you reply with your email address I’ll get in touch so as to avoid boring everyone else about it 🙂 LikeLike
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Comment on War and Peace by marilyn (from Nicaragua)

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I really enjoyed reading this section as the father of a very good friend of mine shared the same experience as your grandfather during the war. We had just spoken about it a day or two ago. Small (and in this case, nasty) world. LikeLike
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Comment on Intermission Impossible by Jack

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Hi, saw your articles in the CIPA journal so checked out the blog and it’s great! I will also be remote working from next year so I’d be really interested to hear more nitty gritty details of the challenges of trying to be a patent attorney while in a different location to all your colleagues (and any tips or tricks you may have, as the...
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Comment on War and Peace by Sakai Naismith

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It was a priviledge and an honour to be around as you learnt of the tactical brilliance and phenomenal strength that your Grandfather must have had to survive. Thank you…. LikeLike
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Comment on War and Peace by expatandtea

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Thanks Sakai! And equally so to get your inside track on Thailand. Thank you again for an amazing trip. LikeLike
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