As with everyone, the one thing that the pandemic certainly has provided me with is plenty of time to think. Living as I do at the edge of an island where the sea meets the sky on a rock in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, one might well wonder what I can possibly contribute to the advancement of humanity…
We continue to employ all of the new safety habits that have been introduced — but of our own free will, not because a government forced us to.
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The idea of planting a “victory garden” was first popularised by the American agricultural scientist George Washington Carver as a morale booster during the First World War. Not only will this give you something to do, you will also be able to enjoy fresh organic vegetables for your efforts.
Planning for your day-to-day life in retirement requires a lot more thought than most people think.
Budget-stretching skincare ideas to help you through the next few weeks whether you need to watch your pennies, are looking for a substitute while your favourite brands are temporarily out of stock, or you would just like to remove a lot of the chemicals from your daily personal grooming routine.
Credit cards are not cash. You do not really own any item that you purchase on a card until you have actually paid off the card.
In a sense, in the age before internet access to information was so limited that people really had no choice other than to believe what they were told, particularly when it came to medical advice. Today, however, we have reached a point where almost the reverse is true.
Picture the poor grocery store cashier trying not to laugh as I stood before him last week wearing bicycle gear, rubber gloves, a surgical mask and glasses so fogged up (from air escaping from the top of the mask) that I could barely see where I was going