Christmas cards

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I don’t send cards at Christmas. It’s partly for environmental reasons and is something I’ve not done for about 15 years.

Instead of sending cards, I make a donation to a charity. For many years this was to an ovarian cancer charity, but a few years ago I decided to make it a different charity each year. In recent years this has included Refuge, CentrePoint, and Alzheimer’s research.

This year my donation is to the Samaritans. They were a great help to me a while ago and the cost of the 2 calls I made to them would be £10. I’m donating the £30 I’d spend on cards to cover my costs and 4 calls that others may need to make over Christmas.

I’m also going to take a break from blogging over the Christmas period and will be back with daily blogs soon.

If you have comments about the hopes, expectations and fears about learning in 2020, please continue to comment on the post, leave a comment on LinkedIn, or message me.

Merry Christmas!

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