The Audi Q7 and I have history. Back in December 2017 we did a family road trip to Scotland in one. It was a glorious motoring experience and to this day when I review a high-end car, I always compare it to the Q7. Skip forward to 2020 and I was given the chance to
I don’t think I’ve ever been quite so happy to see Christmas decorations go up, even if many people have put them up earlier than normal. I usually get a little annoyed when I see decorations going up too early but hey, it’s 2020. The Christmas lights pictured here are part of a public display
Flexible working should be more widely available to fathers and people without children. So concludes a significant new research project into how managers have dealt with the change in working practices and working culture during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Over recent months, my youngest daughter Izzy has developed a new habit. She reads the nutritional information on the sides of cereal boxes or milk bottles and informs me what is in a food and whether it is healthy. I often have to explain to her exactly what the wording means, but I’m very happy
For some time now, I’ve been toying with the idea of launching a podcast. A couple of my blog’s readers had asked if I’d thought of producing one and I took that as a sign I should take the idea seriously. Of course, thinking only gets you so far, this was going to require action!