Promoting healthier lifestyle all-round at Me Time

A WELL-BEING afternoon at Grayswood Village Hall on Sunday was also an opportunity to try taster sessions of different exercise classes, as well as sample a healthy twist on a traditional afternoon tea. Haslemere-based nutritionist Jeanette Townsend mounted the event as a “me time” treat for those too busy to enjoy a pamper session that could also be a bit of a work out. Visitors were put through their paces by Fernhurst-based personal trainer Adam Burger, who led sculpt and tone sessions, calming classes with Haslemere mindfulness coach Tosh Brittan,…

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How Branding Can Boost Your Business

You should always be looking for ways to get your business in front of more people. By exploring branding services, you can get the notoriety that you are looking for. Boat wraps, vehicle wraps, and including your logo in a variety of different other areas can make it easier for people to see your logo and establish name recognition within your community. Include Your Logo Any time that you are branding yourself, you need to include your logo. Consider every major business that you can think of. You will likely…

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Assassination Nation review – social media revenge porn

‘A morass of blood and ambiguous sexual politics’ … Odessa Young in Assassination Nation. Photograph: Allstar/Bron Studios Every American presidency gets the extreme horror film that it deserves, and the Maga-era US has now got Assassination Nation, which could as well be called Confrontation Nation or Indignation Nation – a new spin on the Salem witch hysteria, a full-on splattery meltdown far from Arthur Miller, written and directed by actor-turned-filmmaker Sam Levinson. A mysterious hacker (whose IP address discloses a location in Moscow, of all places) gets access to the…

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The 10 Things You Should Cover in Every Investment Pitch (Infographic)

If you’ve ever watched Entrepreneur’s original series, Elevator Pitch, then you’ve probably seen smart founders make dumb mistakes while pitching their ideas to potential investors. They might flub an answer or get tongue-tied, or they might just be a little boring. Other times, you might notice that something seemed off about a pitch, but you can’t quite put your finger on why. Investors are gambling every time they put money into a new project or idea. Your job when pitching is to prove to them that you’re worth the risk….

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Pleas flood social media for loved ones missing after fire

People have scoured evacuation centers, called 911 and posted desperate online pleas for help finding relatives they haven’t heard from since a fast-moving wildfire devastated a Northern California town. A day after tens of thousands evacuated the town of Paradise and the nearby community of Magalia, dozens of people, many of them elderly, remained unaccounted for. Anguished relatives flooded social media asking for help locating their loved ones. Cherri Rolla’s family hasn’t heard from her 83-year-old aunt, Sylvia Johnson, who lives in Paradise with at least six dogs and three…

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How I Plan to Cover the World’s Most Exciting Travel Region as Skift’s New Asia Editor

It occurred to me that I might be in trouble. Because Asia is a huge continent to cover! It occupies a third of the world’s land area and its 4.5 billion person population is bigger than that of the other continents combined. Skift’s new Asia editor Raini Hamdi And then there’s me, located in a tiny red dot on the world map, Singapore, covering the whole of Asia for Skift. The continent I’m covering is also not a Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, to borrow Ang Lee’s film title. It is…

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