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2020 a year like no other ….

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Over the winter holidays, we continued our family routine of earl(ish) daily morning walks. On one of the walks, I initiated a game of what have you learnt as a result of the pandemic that you value. We had a lot of fun and passed a good hour or so. Since that conversation, I’ve spent some more time reflecting on 2020 and how it’s shaped me, my relationships with family, friends, colleagues and my work, and what if anything I want to take…




We think building genuine connections that bind us together, and doing it in a way that doesn’t damage our health or our environment, is the key to unlocking change.

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