http://gty.im/828279856 The team have been indulging their sweet tooth with some traditional Scottish tablet. Have you ever tried it? In celebration, this week's Pic of the Week is of the dramatic Highlands landscape The Quiraing (or Cuith-Raing) on the Isle of Skye, Scotland.
It's Mental Health Awareness Week and at emc we've been supporting our wellbeing this week with lunchtime walks in the sunshine, creativity sessions, and using a gratitude journal. Getting out into nature either daily or weekly can have a positive impact on our mental state. http://gty.im/461379817
http://gty.im/668773115 Many gardeners were lamenting the lack of rain just a week ago, after the significant rain we've had this week they will be lamenting no more! More akin to the traditional weather we would expect in April, the heavy rain showers are a mixed blessing. If there is one thing however we can all [...]
http://gty.im/946192336 This week’s Pic of the Week is of a picturesque lake in Snowdonia National Park scattered with beautiful water lilies. Let’s hope for a weekend of calm and relaxation this bank holiday!
http://gty.im/1130418280 This week was the one of the most exciting events in the publishing calendar – London Book Fair! Did you go this year?
http://gty.im/743706325 “Books are a uniquely portable magic.” – Stephen King Happy #WorldBookDay from all the book lovers at emc design!
http://gty.im/463839956 People Celebrate The Spring Festival In China BEIJING, CHINA - FEBRUARY 19: Chinese artists perform a dragon dance at a local amusement park during celebrations for the Lunar New Year February 19, 2015 in Beijing, China.The Chinese Lunar New Year of the [...]
As today is National Opposite Day, we are taking over Pic of the Week this week to give you... Word of the Week! Our Word of the Week is: Albeit Because, although wayzgoose is pretty awesome, in Liz's words, albeit 'should be three words, but they smooshed it into one'. Have a great weekend!
http://gty.im/458469685 Today we’re celebrating national Winnie the Pooh day which honours the British author A. A. Milne’s birthday. The first collection of stories was originally published on 14th October 1926 and was illustrated by E. H. Shepard. We hope you enjoy your day thinking about the big yellow bear and his friends.
http://gty.im/500101678 We hope everyone's enjoying the festive celebrations, and Happy early New Year from everyone at emc!