up for the cup - december's top posts

We were fortunate to land some great new posts in December - you may have missed some of them whilst you were christmas partying and dashing around shopping.

Some of these posts made our most read top five of the month. Some were from back in the day. But what came out top?

By Darren Caveney

Top of the pops was What If? by the always brilliant Helen Reynolds. It actually sits in our top 5 ‘Hall of Fame’ too. If you haven’t read it, take a look.

In at number two…

From our own stable, that Dan Slee with Why every organisation should have Trojan mice.

At number three…

Was from Steve Finegan and is another all time fave – Why yammering during work time makes good business sense.

At four…

Was tips on social media for local government by Maria Loupa - read it here.

And finally, our fifth most read post of December

Comes from one of our most published contributors, the ace Gillian Hudson with a post on a very important dementia campaign: xmas to remember.

Thanks to each and every one of you little beauties.

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