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Buying lunch out every day gets expensive (and often unhealthy). Whether you'd fancy a salad or a homemade ham sandwich, if you are tired of squashed sandwiches and leaky plastic containers, you can leave your school days behind, choosing lunch boxes for grown-ups, that can also look very good.
Some examples:Read more
The commuting figures (meaning as a commuting trip the one from home to work, or vice versa) in the National Travel Survey show that during the previous year the average number of trips per commuter per year were 142 and 1,308 were the average miles travelled in the year by each.
Particularly when working in London, the commute takes up 107 hours every year - 4.5 full days ! - almost always in overcrowded carriages and rushing.Read more
A few days ago we tried to outline what's truly fashionable as business casual attire for women. Today we would like to give a few tips to those who may ask themselves whether is an attire made by, e.g., a polo shirt, nice jeans, and dress shoes considered business casual for men.
It happens to most candidates having an upcoming interview and being told by email "We’re very casual here, so there's no need for full-out business attire! Business casual is fine", to start searching worried in their wardrobe for the parts of it that can truly be considered as business casual for men.
Let's analyse one by one some key aspects of business casual for men:Read more
Business casual is largely the new workplace norm. When starting a new broker job, you may initially rejoice at the thought of tossing aside your structured work clothes for their casual counterparts, but as restrictive as they may seem, formal business attire, like suits, can actually make dressing easier.Read more