I am at an age in life when I find myself advising younger people at Bolton FM, I'm answering questions daily from over a hundred volunteers.
"More often than not, this means early mornings and late nights, seven days a week, 52 weeks a year. My passion for Bolton means that I have always been happy to make that commitment."
This Sunday is Bonfire Night, and lots of you will be heading out to firework displays around Bolton, or hosting your own celebrations over the weekend.
I’ve two books in my desk drawer both written by Christopher Foyle, of Foyle’s bookshop fame, they’re called “Foyle’s Philavery” and “Foyle’s Further Philavery”. They’re collections of unusual and pleasing words.
Someone's just mentioned "dress down Fridays" in the office.
Have you ever wondered why geese fly in a 'V' formation?
There's a new 'fad' in the workplaces of wider the world - 'reverse mentoring'
The average person will suffer 4,944 injuries and minor ailments over the course of their lifetime, a survey has found. Each year, cuts, bruises, bugs and colds mean you'll be in pain or feel under the weather a total of 61 times.
Public Health England are extolling the virtues of 'walking meetings' prescribing them as a prescription for chronic sedentarism in the workplace - we are sitting down too much, apparently.