We’ve seen the Butterfly Effect in movies. We’ve read about it in Stephen King’s 11/22/63. We all know how everything we do has an impact. But not many of us can look back on our life, to one moment, and point the finger. To see when the train changed tracks, or when the camel’s back was broken. For me, I can, and it came out of nowhere.
In high school, I had no idea what I wanted to do in the future. It seemed so far away. Yet by virtue of the education system, I had to start making choices…
For heavy streamers, collectors, and casual listeners
Music makes the world go round. Our new work from home culture means audio accompaniment is more important than it has ever been. Rulings in the last few years have meant it remains illegal to share CD’s or personal files. But if you’re on a budget and that Spotify subscription is looking like a luxury you can’t afford, don’t worry. Here is how to save money on music, and still enjoy a huge variety of songs without ads.
2020 has been the year of the digital hustle. My country’s extended coronavirus lockdown meant I spent months away from my partner. I wrote affiliate marketing pieces and started a YouTube channel. But this was a natural progression for me; I’m a writer, and I can make videos. E-commerce was mostly outside my wheelhouse. But after some research, I was drawn to print-on-demand and decided to give this form of side-hustle a shot.
How one county explains a culinary tradition.
Yorkshire puddings are famous across the Anglosphere. For the uninitiated, these are baked puddings of varying sizes made from eggs, flour, and milk.
They are named after their supposed origin — Yorkshire, UK. Although the largest county in the UK, Yorkshire maintains an eminent rivalry with Lancashire, its smaller westerly neighbor. This conflict peaked in the medieval English Civil War when Houses from both regions fought for the English Crown.
Yorkshire Puddings are served as a vital accompaniment to a roast dinner, and even with jam as a dessert. But in Yorkshire, they…
We’ve all seen rally cars flying through the forest. Gravel and dust in the air and dramatic backdrops of forests and hills. Its a romantic sight which conjures up images of Colin McRae and legendary cars such as the Audi Quattro.
But how many casual fans would give a thought to visit a rally on a tarmac track, away from the glamour and glitz?
If you’re not sure what I’m on about, circuit rallies are an alternative to conventional rallies you might have seen on TV because — well done — they take place on a circuit normally used for…