You could end up losing at least 18lbs in a single year by shrinking the size of the dinner plate by 2 inches only. This is in line with the Small Plate Movement that was established by Dr.Brian Wansink who works at Cornell University to help enhance healthy eating habits. The main aim of the movement is to help people eat on small plate sizes in a bid to reduce over eating and calorie intake. They say by doing this, a person can end up losing a lot of weight. This can be applied to an individual’s personal finances especially for people who are looking to make changes at this front by:Read More
Australia’s economy has witnessed exponential growth over the past decade, even as the rest of the world battled with recession. This growth is largely owed to a mining and resources boom that has been prevalent over that period. Actually, the boom has been occasioned by increased demand for Australia’s minerals and construction equipment. The last few years have seen unprecedented growth of infrastructure in many Asian economies, and particularly in China, prompting a seemingly insatiable demand for construction equipment. In fact, the price of iron ore exported by Australia has increased nine times from the year 2004.Read More
If you decided to work from home and make money but you don’t know where to start look no further. Below there are 3 ways that you can make money at home that are guaranteed to be successful:
1. You can become a ghostwriter. People usually hire ghostwriters for various reasons: it can either be for article writing, e-books or even press releases. A ghostwriter can also be hired to write various types of documents such as autobiographies for famous people and even letters for politicians. However, before deciding to hire a ghostwriter you should first consider how likely is that he will make the book actually sound like you. It is very important that your very own personality is expressed and shown throughout the book.Read More
Politicians are chiming in on the latest corporate tax issue that is currently enveloping the Starbucks decision to pay 20m in corporation taxes. Specifically, the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has urged people to not sneer at the efforts that Starbucks is trying to make amends concerning the tax situation.
There is no doubt that Starbucks has come under intense scrutiny for the past three years for not paying any corporation taxes. Some liken the latest decision as a public relations move, but Mr. Johnson has stated that the company was showing “corporate responsibility” on an issue that is very delicate.Read More