Over the past couple of years I have noticed a definite increase in the number of unsolicited door-to-door salespeople knocking on my door. Recently they’ve been touting how I should change the company that provides my electricity but they’ve been for everything from the local Tae Kwon Do dojo to mobile phones and Foxtel. (As . . . → Read More: Door-to-door: outdated or in revival?
These days, it takes a lot to get me riled up. I used to be a bit of a hothead in my youth but age has mellowed me somewhat. For example, no longer do I weep and wail and rail at the abysmal spelling and grammar I see around me everywhere. These days I’m more . . . → Read More: This post is 100% natural
All my possessions for a moment of time. ~Elizabeth I~
This is an oft posted topic, but it has been on my mind and definitely warrants a Splatterific discussion.
Much talk happens around the work-life balance debate. Most of us here have some level of job satisfaction and a natural drive to do as best . . . → Read More: Time is of the essence
Sometime last year, Mr. Coaster had a pretty major issue with his touch-screen phone: the touch-screen was broken in places and the thing was very difficult to use. The phone was only around eight or ten months old. . . . → Read More: The Art of Selling (And Buying)