planner. Sunday , March 26th , 2017 - 06:58:48 AM
The greed gene is not completely embedded in our essence, we are not born with it while we may receive information about our environment in the womb, greed is not among them. The closest you could come to learning about greed as a fetus could be if you are under nourished in the womb you are receiving signals that you will have to struggle in the outside world. The greed gene is more like a personality trait whose development commences largely in school. That is to say it is a learned behavior albeit learned from a young age though reinforced in daily life as an adult. Anything learned can and will be unlearned with discipline, countering the reinforcement is the difficult part. It is embedded in our subconscious and accessed by our ego as a reflex response to stimulus. It has become a deep seated survival mechanism which seeps into every aspect of our daily life.
Christmas, Easter, Bank Holidays... here we go again. Another list of the same old same old promos, mailers and frankly excruciating puns. Some calendar events are done to death, as everyone jumps on the bandwagon of big days and hopefully big spends. But don't tear up your year planner just yet. Campaigns and communications around big dates can serve you well, if you give them a bit of creative thought and bear your audience in mind.
When it comes to our kitchens, there is always something we'd like the change or replace. There are so many individual and different sections within our kitchens, and some operate better than others. What we want, is all those areas and sections to be working in harmony with one and other, so that our kitchen experience is a smooth as it can be. There's nothing worse than having to cook in a awkward manner, due to insufficient space or even broken appliances, this is especially true when kids are around too, as we all know how they like to complain about waiting for their dinner to be ready. So what can we do to make our kitchens suit our needs? We are constantly told how our kitchens should be, but we all do things our own way in the kitchen, we have our own cooking styles and techniques, and orders in which we do things, so shouldn't our own kitchens suit the way we operate in them?
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