As anyone who lives in a cold climate knows, one of the first things that start to get cold almost immediately after you step outside are your hands. It is rather difficult to do very much of anything with cold hands, especially if you spend a substantial amount of time outside either for personal or professional purposes.
One of the downsides of wearing full mittens, though, is that you will not have direct access to your fingers when you have them on throughout the day. It is basically as if you have no idea just how much you need your fingers until you can no longer use them when they are tucked away in mittens. Fortunately, there is a fashionable yet functional way of overcoming this problem. [more…]
Johannesburg - A beautiful flash mob in honour of Tata Madiba It was just a normal Saturday morning in a Woolworths store in Parkview. South Africans were still recovering from the sad news of Nelson Mandela’s passing on 5 December.
Then a little magic happened in the aisles of the popular food and clothing store that touched everyone's heart. A flash mob by the Soweto Gospel Choir paid tribute to South Africa’s hero. The results were touching and truly inspiring. Thanks to Michael in Perth Australia and Lorraine in Jhb SA
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December 10th 2013, London, UK – The higher rates of returns associated with online sales, combined with a probable – but unknown – record proportion of online sales, will put retailers at risk of providing misleading estimates of their ‘net Christmas’.
Heikki Haldre, co-founder and chief executive of virtual fitting room provider Fits.me, said: “There is always a rush in January to proclaim Christmas a success or a failure – even official bodies like the ONS publish provisional December figures by mid-January. This strikes me as simply too soon to guarantee any kind of accuracy; in borderline cases there is a risk that shareholders may be led to believe Christmas sales were up, when in fact net Christmas sales were down.”