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- The Fear of the Unknown
- I went to the David Hockney exhibition at the Tate Britain on Monday for the second time and took my daughter and a friend. I went for the first time a few weeks ago and couldn’t get anybody to come with … Continue reading → The post The Fear of the Unknown appeared first on Donna Coulling.
- Make More Time for Yourself
- Photo by Thayer Allyson Gowdy Organise your schedule―and claim carefree minutes for yourself―in three steps. By Elizabeth Fenner 1. Step Back (For a Second) Figure out why you want more free time. “You can’t win a game you haven’t defined,” … Continue reading → The post Make More Time for Yourself appeared first on Donna Coulling.
- Gender Pay Gap: What Every Woman Should Know
- 4 April was Equal Pay Day. This date signifies the amount of extra time into the following year that a woman must work to earn the same amount her male counterpart earns in 1 year. Today the BBC wrote an … Continue reading → The post Gender Pay Gap: What Every Woman Should Know appeared first on Donna Coulling.
- Ask the Etiquette Expert: How Can I Be the Best Personal Assistant?
- This article originally appeared on HuffingtonPost.com. It talks about the skills needed to be a great personal assistant, but these traits can be carried over to any job position! By Diane Gottsman I was recently asked to share the qualities … Continue reading → The post Ask the Etiquette Expert: How Can I Be the Best Personal Assistant? appeared first on Donna Coulling.
- The Home Office Is Disappearing—What’s Taking Its Place?
- This article originally appeared on Realtor.com. As more and more people work remotely, it turns out that “working from home” is becoming less about actually working from the actual home. By Margaret Heidenry Geber86/iStock I work from home. Not a … Continue reading → The post The Home Office Is Disappearing—What’s Taking Its Place? appeared first on Donna Coulling.
- The Fear of the Unknown
Category Archives: Restaurant and hotel reviews
Ali of Team DC found herself hungry in Manchester, here’s what she found: Trendy Didsbury in Manchester has a street of tempting, laid-back cafes with attractive, artsy punters enjoying their late lunches on a Saturday afternoon. Shuffling along in t-shirt and jeans, I hope … Continue reading
At the end of the summer holidays, Minx and I took a trip to Berlin and stayed in the beautiful property that is Das Stue. Originally built in the 1930’s, Das Stue’s diplomatic legacy is evident in the heritage building’s … Continue reading
I went along to Comida Fest, which was on the Southbank in London in May and returns again to Thames Riverside on June 18th and 19th . It’s a Latin American Street Food festival and if you are a fan (or even … Continue reading
In the middle of the hustle and bustle of Soho in London there is a new basement bar on Old Compton Street called The Shed. It is an extension to the Italian restaurant and bar Rustiko, which opened last year, The Shed … Continue reading
From April 7th Origins Of will launch its first kitchen takeover in Spitalfields, hosted at the independently run venue Blessing’s. Abdulla Amin and Hugo Toland’s Middle Eastern-inspired take on traditional recipes will bring a new flavour to the plates of Londoners. Friends for … Continue reading
The Montagu Restaurant at The Hyatt Regency, Churchill in London has done it again. Following on from the recent fashion weeks, they’ve chosen a brilliant theme for their latest Afternoon Tea in, you guessed it, fashion. Their ‘Haute-Tea’ is served in the Montagu … Continue reading