Depending on how you read blogs, you may recognise one of the two following scenarios:
1. You know when you read an interesting blog, and it's good and you keep coming back to it. But over time you realise that there's just not as many posts as there used to be. And so you visit it less. And less. And then one day you realise you haven't visited for months. Or more realistically, have forgotten all about it?
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It is said that one in every eight pounds spent in shops in the UK, is spent in Tesco. That's 12½p out of every pound goes in to Tesco's tills. And that's just one supermarket. There's Sainsburys, Asda and Morrisons to consider as well.
Don't know about you, but I think that's scary and have done for a while. Supermarkets in general are dominating our lives. And they're spreading out like wildfire.
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I don’t know about you, but I use the same password for every website. I know, I know. I shouldn’t. It’s bad and wrong. One person could steal your password and get it in to all your accounts.
When I first moved to London in 1999 I had a tube map on the wall next to my front door. Every time I went to a new tube station I highlighted it on the map. The reason was because I was interested in where I’d been to in London; a city that I was, of course, exploring a lot.
Looking back at which archive posts were most viewed on this blog in 2012.
Looking back at which posts were most viewed on this blog in 2012.
When festive dotmatrix signs go bad
Posted on 7 December 2012 in (No comments)
Here’s a video I found from 2008.
Happy 6th day of advent. Or somet.
Good bread makes time to make. And the longer the better. And just because you’ve got a breadmaker doesn’t mean you can’t make slow bread.
Rice salad, carrots, some meaty stuff and cold sprouts?