If you’re excited for your next trip, we’re excited to help you out. Likely, you’ve got a bit of nervous anticipation going on regarding your mounting bills or dwindling savings. Traveling can be a wonderful thing, but it can certainly eat into your bank account. Of course, you probably did the usual things like draw up a budget and imagine clever ways to save money prior to embarking on your trip. But if you still are coming up short, you can certainly find areas to tighten up your budget that you might not have thought of before.…Read More
I’m just sitting here on my balcony overlooking the park, planning my next overseas trip. These days, I can do the whole thing from apps I have downloaded onto my iPad. I remember when the iPad first came out, it was the killer release for Apple and certainly put it head and shoulders above the rest of the competition. These days, though, it doesn’t take long for the competition to catch a hold of your tail and starting climbing onto your back. The apps game has meant a new life for the iOS developer too.…Read More
The World Health Organisation (WHO) said this week that bacon and other processed meats can cause cancer and that red meat such as beef or pork rank as a group one carcinogen (alongside cigarettes and alcohol). Though the risks are small for most people, the warning has led many of us to think twice about how much meat we consume and even to ask ourselves if it is time to give up eating meat completely.
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As the company delivered a bumper set of first-half results yesterday, David Buttress, its chief executive, said that it had removed “a few hundred” outlets that were proving “detrimental to consumer retention” by being consistently late with orders, delivering the wrong food or refusing to take orders.
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It takes cojones to open your first restaurant at the age of 26. For a female chef who lost her hearing when she was seven and now lip-reads instructions from her kitchen staff, it’s even more of an achievement. When I meet the bright-eyed Australian Bonny Porter at Balls & Company in Soho, London, it turns out she’s more than happy to let her balls do the talking.…Read More
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