It is coming up on that time of year when everyone has spent
a few days indulging themselves and want to better themselves for the classic
new year’s resolution. And normally this involves signing up to the local
gym and even though it is a common conception that after a few weeks most stop
going and end of up just paying a bill for the next twelve months. To
help you keep up with something which is worth doing I have put together some
reasons to actually go and some rules whilst you are there to keep yourself and
other gym users happy.
For years I have been very good at making a Brand work, a
logo pop and making people ask about what the brand does, but this was a
company. Genius Babble Music was a brand
that could be thrown about to all corners without fear as it was a thing, not a
whom. So when my new venture, this, was
coming along I suddenly thought "how the hell do I brand myself?” the
answer is, carefully.
The Review, a series of reviews showcasing the places to go and the things to do in and around Faversham, leave your comments at the bottom if you wish. The Limes is fairly new to Faversham and is situated where the Chimney Boy pub used to be a few doors down Preston Street from the Railway Station. It is a Shepherd Neame venue but the new owners have changed the name back to what it once was in history and have pushed up the market to make a force to be reckoned with on the local food scene.
I receive a
lot of emails as we all do, most of them are rubbish, 'come and try this', no, 'you want
this', no I do not, so when I get the usual get twenty percent off something
you bought once emails I just delete them after a quick check. We all get these but for once I paid some
attention to what I was getting so I received the third reminder to book my
place at the online Next sale and I thought 'let's do this shit, you never
Firstly I would like to just let you know this isn't an
actual food review, I know I have dragged you in with false pretences and for
this I am sorry. This is more of a
recommendation of a cafe/bistro of such greatness that it deserves a
mention. I live in a market town called
Faversham in Kent, so when I read magazines, websites etc. I am always told to
go to this place and that place in London.
Great, so I need to travel for a couple of hours to get a sandwich, I am
sure it is very nice but still, that is a bit much. So I have thought to give mentions of my favourite
places to go and eat in the same vein as the usual London recommendations. So
by T W Coombs Witheveryone talking aboutpolitics I could only really think of one thing, what to wear this winter? With the weather changing, the rain sliding in, it made me think I haven't thought about my winter wardrobe, I know it is a first world problem but many of us live in this world and have these issues to deal with. I changed my usual summer styling this year and got rid of a lot of clothes that just weren't me, it was time to put away the rubbish, for good. Of course this has left a huge hole in the wardrobe, so when I thought what is my new look for winter to be? My brain froze. So I had a few thoughts and decided to share, after some research into the fashion world, what is in and is easy enough to accomplish.
By T W Coombs The question is can you live in a tube with four people? I
shall explain. Summer holidays in the UK don't usually involve much sunshine,
cheap beer or having to change your money up into any currency. But it can involve water sports, well, I say
sports more of a boating jolly. Was it a
huge yacht with staff and taking control of the open seas I hear you cry? No,
it wasn't it was a forty foot canal boat on the not so open Warwickshire
canals, the Grand Union heading south to be precise.
Due to the network being down at work I decided to catch up on the News from across the globe and locally, and all I got was a constant stream of death and destruction and hatred. We have become a world where the only thing that we now class as News is shocking or about the darker side of human existence. Sadly all these things are happening around us, and has it always been like this?
As I sit at my desk chewing copious amounts of gum and
scratch the area where my nicotine patch is sitting slowly poisoning an inch
square of skin on my back I have been keeping my mind occupied by thinking of
what the hell I can actually wear in this weather. You see, the weather is not hot enough for
just my chinos and new loafers and it is more than occasionally raining so my
usual suit jacket with jeans is a pointless waste of time. I look like a dodgy wanker in a trench style
coat and anything else I suddenly revert to my teenage self, which is not a
pleasant sight, plus bombers in the rain are not the most helpful of things, I
am still bloody wet.
I am not sure I have done the right thing in the concept of my life; I may have just opened Pandora’s Box, thinking that all will be well and nothing could go wrong, but have now unleashed darkness across the horizon and mostly my vision and sense of time keeping. I have replaced one bad habit with a possible other, more healthy, but still bad.