Tea Bag

24 May 19
the CAMBRO blog

When the summer temperatures begin, one thing is for sure: guests are ready to drop their bags and head straight for the pool. Is your operation ready for the busy summer season ahead? Cambro makes several products to keep guests’ drinks full, cold and flowing. Check out the five Cambro products your operation needs for […]

24 May 19
Latitude. Longitude. Ludwigs.

As we’ve continued on our journey we’ve become more flexible. We had booked a ticket to Vietnam, with a layover in Bangkok. For some reason this was cheaper than a ticket just to Bangkok! We’d talked about going to Thailand but weren’t totally decided about whether we wanted to get off on the layover. To […]

24 May 19
a fine people

“We made tiny changes at a time and it grew from there.  We found it difficult to find products we wanted and started to research that.” Introduction Ethical Ernie’s zero waste shop opened last week (May 2019) on Magdalen Street in Norwich. The tagline is ‘Ethical Ernie’s vegan plastic-free products for your body and home’. […]

24 May 19
Lizzie.Eats.Explores

Last year Bristol Old Vic revealed its massive refurbishment of it’s front of house, which now hosts an area known as 1766 Bar and Kitchen, a nod to the date it’s beautifully revealed original theatre façade dates back to. Open daily from 9am (11am on Sunday’s) with closing times varying – but generally at least […]

24 May 19
Bearable Giveaways

Ending Today: Win $500 Paypal/Amazon with Sweepstakes Bible – Ends 5/24 WIN an EXCLUSIVE Team USA Pride T-Shirt and Hat combo – Ends 5/24 Spring Closet Refresh Giveaway – Ends 5/24  WIN Amazon Fire TV & 1 year of VPN service via @tvaddonsco – Ends 5/24 SONGMICS Mother’s Day Giveaway – Ends 5/24 WIN $250 […]

24 May 19
The Reviews Are In...

Sardines review – 11 July 2018 “Welcome to hell.” The closing line of dialogue reverberates around the auditorium. The short description I read online of End Of The Pier, a play by Danny Robins, didn’t convey to me exactly what I was going to watch on this muggy Monday evening. Roughly, I knew I’d see Les […]

24 May 19
MEBiz DDP

For Vesak this year, I decided to participate in the 3 step 1 bow ceremony at Kong Meng San Park Kor See Monastery (KMS). I guess I am writing this post because theres a lot I want to share about this and no one to share everything to. In green are information for potential participants. […]

24 May 19
Our World Legends.

The Classics in Our World. Legends Tell Tales. Of Yore. A New Ongoing Series. Daily. One. On those ‘tween Days of the Usual every 3rd Day Post Schedule. Short n Sharp Info Bytes. Sweets or Others Wise. Classics. All. #27 Oldies but Goodies. So nomened. Set of 6.

24 May 19
ajoylife

Moldova. Where my grandma grew up. My heritage. It is a country in Europe and I didn’t even know it existed until last year. I did some research and here’s what I found: Moldova is the poorest country in Europe. Its GDP per Capita (the best measurement of a country’s standard of living based off […]

24 May 19
The joys of renovating

Sunday 13.01.2019. Up at 08.30 after awful, sleepless, smelly night. I stink like a bag of mothballs. Took dogs for long walk along the cliff top, eventually getting rid of the smell from my nostrils. Arrived back, JTM had all the ceilings down. Rubble now knee high, filling the whole top floor. Scary moment. So […]

24 May 19
Lutherans Restoring Creation

Guidelines for Ecologically Responsible Events Prepared by Pilgrims Caring for Creation Pilgrim Lutheran Church, St. Paul, MN in response to a request from Mary Beth Nowak, ELCA Churchwide Assembly Coordinator, January 22, 2009.* Adapted for events in observance of the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation by David Rhoads, Founder Lutherans Restoring Creation. *please note some […]

24 May 19
USA TODAY Sports Brackets

TRUMBULL, Neb. — The late-morning sun is shining in the farm fields of south-central Nebraska, a welcomed change this rain-soaked spring. It’s planting season, and the most famous resident of Trumbull (population 197) is behind the wheel of the red tractor churning slowly in solitude alongside Gunbarrel Road. Life moves at about 4 mph these days for 25-year-old […]

24 May 19
Lets Create A Gift

Well, the short answer to this is that it’s only as expensive as you make it. The biggest mistake I see people make is deciding to become eco conscious and immediately throwing away all the plastic in their lives. If you already own it, USE IT. It’s pointless, wasteful and expensive to just ditch everything […]

24 May 19
qpskpii

The impression we had coming into Mongolia was that of a land of free roaming nomads, shepherding and living off what the land provided. We didn’t have much awareness of their culture, cuisine and tourist attractions were. So pretty much a blank slate going into this holiday adventure. Why Mongolia? “Freedom”. The vast land of […]