Member Since: 4th Apr 2003
26th Mar 2021
You are have been inconvenienced by the early delivery whereas that is not the case by the accounts example in the article.
The parcel company have not over delivered.
The author would have only contradicted herself if the accounts had been emailed after 4pm.
2nd Mar 2021
This car crash of a policy is scheduled to be implemented shortly before the next general election.
The Conservatives have long since given up being the champion of small businesses.
Will Labour take up the mantle?
4th Jan 2021
Well done for sharing this and having undergone a similar depressive episode about 10 years ago, I can vouch that it can take a while to fully recover. I was on anti depressants for 6 years and needed to make some adjustments to my working life.
I thoroughly recommend reading a book by Dr Phil Cantopher - Depressive illness: The curse of the strong.
7th Dec 2020
We can only hope more of the vaccines are approved for use asap.
As for returning to the office, well who knows? My Wife recently commenced employment for a large Charity in a credit control role. Pre-Covid this was an office based role but she has worked from our dining room table and not even met any of her co-workers other than via Zoom. She has been informed that her role, along with most other 'office' workers will, subject to certain exceptions, have the wfh arrangement made permanent.
Over half of their offices will be closed with the remaining ones reconfigured as meeting/team building hubs.
30th Sep 2020
takeaway services use cyclists around here. problem solved.
26th Aug 2020
I agree with everything Ian has written.
29th May 2020
I suspect your experience of a 'mild' dose of covid19 won't be that unusual for those of us not in the first flush of youth.
I came down with the flu ( presumably not covid19) just before Christmas and spent a week moving from the bed to the sofa feeling pretty ropey. It took me a couple of months to fully recover.
20th May 2020
I really could do with a holiday
6th Apr 2020
Some great advice. Self care has never been more important - make the most of your daily exercise allowance and just take this one day at a time.
27th Mar 2020
Someone earning 60k a year really should have some rainy day savings.
There is only so much borrowing the government can undertake on our behalf to pay for all of this and I believe it is right we spend that on those with low earnings