Month: November 2013

Cycling to work a health benefit?

by Hasson Associates November 21st, 2013

On Monday the 6th cyclist has been killed by a lorry in just 13 days and another cyclist has been severely injured in Camden. This really does raise the question whether cycling in London can be seen as a health benefit. Since February I have been a cyclist myself. It took me 6 years to […]

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Savage Salads

by Hasson Associates November 19th, 2013

It’s that time of year again. The days are shorter. The winter coats are emerging from the back of the closets. The Christmas ad campaigns are starting to do their rounds (controversy alert – I’m not a fan of the John Lewis ad this year). So what I’m about to recommend might seem a tad […]

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It’s beginning to look a lot like…

by Sinead Hasson November 18th, 2013

How time flies…it seems like only a few months ago that we were swaying along to cheesy Christmas tunes. We’re off again, the Christmas adverts have been analysed and criticized. We’ve been advised on the ideal gift for all and we keep being told how many shopping days there are until Christmas and I suspect […]

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