Ok, so that’s not quite true. You can reserve one of 50 limited edition Toyota Aygo vehicles available exclusively from Amazon by paying a deposit, if you are in Italy. Even so, that’s quite a radical move and whilst not enough to incite the end is nigh fear among dealers as the online retailer dips its […]
Happy National Freelancers Day! It’s a great life! There I am the leggy blonde, soaking up the sun in paradise, paid for by the fruits of my relatively easy labours and working on my next project. Yeah right, in my dreams! So let’s get real. If you’re a freelancer or you’re self-employed, you will be […]
Sure, the numbers speak for themselves – a fifth fewer youngsters took their driving test between 2007 and 2012 and less than a third (31%) of 17-20-year-olds hold a full driving license compared to 43% in 1995, but there are still plenty who either want to own their own car or like my daughter, view […]
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So my 13-year-old son has a friend over to stay and heads huddled together they appear to be watching a film on the friend’s Kindle when my phone starts pinging with texts from the friend’s mum that their TV has randomly started doing its own thing. Whoops of joy from the boys and air punches […]
And, yes, I do mean mid-sentence. The appearance of random capital letters in the middle of sentences seems to be gaining more and more ground, to the point I am left wondering whether this proliferation is indicative of a generation or two who did not receive that most basic of grammatical lessons. For some reason, […]
I am hosting my first ever fundraiser tomorrow in aid of the Royal National Lifeboat Institute (RNLI). I have absolutely no idea how much money I will raise or how many people to expect, but I hope donations will amount to at least a modest £100. It has also led me to ponder the relationship […]