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Whilst I am extremely pleased at my number of followers and the interest taken in my blog, I am somewhat curious as to why so many marketing sites, media news, video training, sports, fashion, discounts and dentist ‘followers’ are interested … Continue reading
It’s Christmas (almost) and charities have hired the likes of Bill Nighy, Dougray Scott and Michael Sheen to bring to our attention the plight of refugee children and their need for clean water, warm clothes, blankets and food. In advert … Continue reading
Or not. Driving down to MOH one weekend, we were behind a lorry with the number plate SHT1 The company was something to do with sanitation. Driving on the motorway today, I was behind a home service maintenance van. The … Continue reading
Oh boy, I’m on a roll now. Walking the dog up to the supermarket (how did those doughnuts get there?!), I found myself reciting a little chant from yesteryear about a chocolate bar. Maybe you remember it too: A finger … Continue reading
Anyone remember Camay soap? The one with the creamy lather, rich perfume, and a lot of brides in their marketing strategy? In my childhood, there was also Pears (my favourite), Fairy, Knight’s Castile, Palmolive, Lux and Imperial Leather each having … Continue reading
We looked up the traffic reports and read that over 14 million cars were going to be on the road on Christmas Eve. There may well have been, but we didn’t see that many actually and so made excellent time … Continue reading