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Posts from November 2012

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The Business of Living

Author: Radoslaw Zajaczkowski. Posted: 26 November 2012

Picture the poor maid of bygone days, with her work worn hands and weary face. She’s up before dawn to fetch the coal, black the grates and lay the fires before the family rises expecting warm rooms and cosy, crackling fires.



Snatch Back Time with the 12-Minute Wash

Author: Radoslaw Zajaczkowski. Posted: 26 November 2012

There’s not much you can do in 12 minutes these days, not even with time-saving appliances because most of them need manually operating or keeping an eye on.



Picking from the Middle

Author: Radoslaw Zajaczkowski. Posted: 26 November 2012

You’re in the supermarket and you just bought a bottle of wine. You bought it because you know you like it and it’s the one you always buy. Or so you think.



Families Feeling the Pinch

Author: Radoslaw Zajaczkowski. Posted: 26 November 2012

We don’t need facts, figures and government statistics to tell us that prices are going up faster than wages. The evidence is all around in the number of shops boarded up in town centres, the ever-increasing bill at the supermarket checkout and (whisper it softly) the scary visit to the petrol station.



Is Your Choice of Colour Telling Tales About You?

Author: Radoslaw Zajaczkowski. Posted: 26 November 2012

Sometimes we take colour for granted. It’s all around, giving us an eyeful with every glance. Some people have a better colour sense than others, for instance being able to visualise how a room will look once it’s decorated, and picking out one hue against another of the same colour because it will look better.



A Little Colour Therapy

Author: Radoslaw Zajaczkowski. Posted: 26 November 2012

Isn’t it a relief to finally get away from all the domestic neutrals we’ve lived with for the past decade or so?



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