Archive for the ‘I WISH SOMEONE HAD TOLD ME’ Category

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I wish someone had told me to write it down

In the latest I wish someone had told me blog from CN&CO, Gianluca encourages you to write it down…

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I wish someone had told me my travel wishes would keep coming true

Colin’s dreams of travelling the world were sparked by a collection of coins in a Quality Street tin. And now he’s doing it!

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I wish someone had told me I do actually like structure and planning

Taking time out to think about what comes next is vital, says Carel in this week’s ‘I wish someone had told me’ feature

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I wish someone had told me: Tips for first time fliers

Allan gives advice to first time international flight travellers

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I wish someone had told me we can change the course of the journey at any time

We can change the journey at any time, and we should if the journey we are on is not the one we want to be on.

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I wish someone had told me Thabo Moitsepi’s story

Blake made a new friend at the Nissan Trailseekers trail run in Wellington who inspired him to get out there and help feed people in need…

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I wish someone had told me there is no “one” road map for life

“I wish someone had told me” is a series of posts that feed into our inquisitive nature at CN&CO. Each week we hear from someone in our network about something interesting or surprising that’s recently happened or occurred to them – or lessons they learnt. These blogs are a way to pay it forward and […]

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Adesso vorrei che qualcuno mi avesse incoraggiato ad imparare un altra lingua (I wish…)

Traveling is an infectious and beautiful thing. The ability to cross boundaries, experience new cultures, see new places and importantly meet different people. One of the obstacles of travel though, often lies in the ability to communicate properly.

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I wish someone had told me… The nights are long but the years are so short.

This video is for all parents out there. Remember. The nights may be so very long sometimes, but the years are most certainly so very short. Cherish even the sleep deprivation if you possibly can. Like so many things and situations in life, its how we choose to view it that makes it what it is.

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I WISH SOMEONE HAD TOLD ME: A random act of kindness goes a long way!

Never underestimate the profound effect of a small act of kindness – here’s why Emi thinks so in our latest edition of our “I wish someone had told me” series