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Posts Tagged recession

Payment Processing (WorldPay) and The Economy

This is rather an unusual post for me, normally I don’t tend to blog about this sort of stuff (generally because it goes swimmingly!). photo credit: Andres Rueda As many of you know I run my own company and we’re in the proceeds of moving everything over to a limited company (for a variety of reasons but it’s just started to get a bit bigger than we expected!). This is great news and means we’re doing really well however I’ve hit a pretty major stumbling block today. We’re in recession (or just coming out of it, depending on who you believe!), but it’s note really affected my business. If anything it’s been quite good for business, which is something we… Continue reading »

by Keiron on August 25th, 2009 | Personal Diary | 1 Comment » |

Economy Gastronomy!

I’ve recommended the TV show to a few people now – so I thought I’d drop a blog post about it up here! There have only been two episodes so far (Wednesday BBC2), but we’ve really enjoyed them and I’ve just found out they do a book… Two top chefs Allegra McEvedy and Paul Merret have devised the Economy Gastronomy system to aid people in slashing their food bills (never a bad thing in a recession!), whilst eating better than they ever have before! This covers people who don’t know how to cook, to those that do and don’t have time! Well worth a watch and I suspect the book is just as good. See the iPlayer here for Episode… Continue reading »

by Keiron on August 14th, 2009 | Entertainment | 5 Comments » |