Monthly Archives: May 2011

Wife in the North – a review

Taken a break from reading the orange literature winners for 2011 as the last two I have to read are in hardback so going to wait till they are out in paperback.  Have plenty of other books to read having … Continue reading

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Beauty is skin deep – Apprentice Episode 4

I sat last night watching the Apprentice wondering how I was going to put a blog piece together.  As my sister-in-law described it on my Facebook page it was madness. The grey cells have been working over night and I … Continue reading

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What’s going on with the UK economy?

When a series of the Apprentice is on this blog spot on a Thursday morning is usually about my thoughts on the latest episode.  However I had a very busy day yesterday and got home at 1030pm.  I had intended … Continue reading

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I’m trying to sing in the rain!

Woke up yesterday at 0740 and couldn’t think what had woken me.  Then I realised that it was a sound I had not heard for a while.  Rain and torrential rain at that. I listened to it for a while … Continue reading

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In 2011 have Tourism Grading Schemes had their day?

This blog is a questioning one.  I don’t yet know what my opinion is on the question that I have raised above.  I want to write about it to hear from other’s what they feel and also by writing to … Continue reading

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Episode Three – Lead from the front

Episode three of the 2011 Apprentice is the task that I know would not be my forte on this show.  The pricing task when you need to shop for a list of items and get them at the best price.  … Continue reading

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79 days & counting of shop local

Those of you who read this blog regularly will know that my husband and I decided in March to give up shopping in Asda and Tesco’s and try shopping locally for a month.  79 days later and we have not been … Continue reading

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