Fitness enthusiast Sam’s pick of London’s best indoor and outdoor public swimming pools
Team Sunday (Vicki, Lindsay, Mathilda, Jessie, Flo and Sam) at The Marsden March
The opening ceremony of London 2012 was a baptism of fire. Despite training, the onslaught of press demanding to know where they could go and what they could know – now, if not sooner – was overwhelming. But, having bonded over the various pre-Games printing, photocopying and laminating tasks, we soon pulled together as a team and rose to the challenge.
Food writer Harry Eastwood has proved that you really can have your cake and eat it…
The ritual of afternoon tea began in 1840 when Anna, the seventh Duchess of Bedford, asked for tea and bread and butter to combat ‘that sinking feeling’ in the late afternoon. Then, people tended to eat just breakfast and lunch, so it’s hardly surprising she felt peckish. The Duchess began to invite her friends to join her and, before long, this pause for tea became a fashionable social event.
Yesterday, as part of Sunday’s seventh birthday celebrations, we held a cupcake decorating competition. From directors and art editors to sales execs and subs, everyone unleashed their creativity in their own special way using the decorating tools provided (and others found elsewhere).
It is a truth universally acknowledged that cake is one of the best things in the world. Cake can heal, cake can bring joy, cake can bring people together. If only Britain and Germany had sat down over a nice cup of tea and a slice of lemon drizzle and discussed all their differences in 1914, then the world would be a very different place.
With more than 20 years in product development and merchandising for the fashion and home furnishings markets, Laurie Pressman recognises that colour plays a vital role in consumer purchasing decisions How did Pantone come about? Pantone, founded in 1963 by [...]