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Working from home is great on those days where you fancy a nap at lunchtime and have a lot of laundry to get through. But oftentimes, working solo at a desk in your bedroom can feel lonely and it can be hard to separate work from play when you’re doing both in the same space. Here is a list of ten great places to work in London. We’ve divided them up into north, east, west and south London as well as central if you fancy going into town or have evening plans. You’re welcome!
Established in 1961, Penguin’s Modern Classics series has featured a huge array of titles and authors from the 20th century including Vladimir Nabokov, James Joyce and Virginia Woolf.
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We partnered with Mailshake to help creative freelancers generate high-quality leads in the right way! They provide creatives with an easy-to-use platform to amplify your search for new client leads, doesn’t that sound just perfect?
Matt Willey redesigned the publication’s identity, sourcing inspiration from within the depths of the magazine’s archives. The elegant new design harks back to its covers from the 1970s.
After a bleak Christmas 2020 this year we’re hoping for an extravagant, maximalist Christmas with all the trimmings. Here is our ever-growing gift guide for creatives.
Founded by wife and husband Brad and Jenna Holdgrafer, Woset is envisioned as an alternative children’s brand that leaves things up to the imagination.