The Records of My Life: David Bowie - Hunky Dory - hunky dory

The Records of My Life: David Bowie – Hunky Dory –

Wake up, you sleepy headPut on some clothes, shake up your bedPut another log on the fire for meI’ve made some breakfast and coffeeLook out my window, what do I seeA crack in the sky and a hand reaching down to meAll the nightmares came todayAnd it looks as though they’re here to stay Oh! You Pretty Things by David Bowie To me “Hunky Dory” … Continue reading The Records of My Life: David Bowie – Hunky Dory –

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How Covid-19 will change the consumer buying behaviour

The author of today’s post is Irina Gujabidze. A highly experienced professional marketer with extensive knowledge of the multi-faceted marketing world. Under her interesting article how we will change our behaviour after the Covid-19, you can find her full biography. Massimo Usai As social distancing becomes the new normal due to Covid-19, consumer habits are adapting in real-time to the new environment and circumstances. By … Continue reading How Covid-19 will change the consumer buying behaviour

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The Records of my Life: Bob Dylan – Blood On The Tracks –

When at first I thought of the list of “fundamental records in my life”, the first title that came to my mind was precisely this. I don’t think there is a better record than Dylan have never recorded. Also, I have difficulty thinking of more than 5 perfect records like this in the whole history of music.In September 1974, Bob Dylan spent four days in … Continue reading The Records of my Life: Bob Dylan – Blood On The Tracks –

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“The English winter—ending in July, / To recommence in August”

Lord Byron is regarded as one of the greatest British poets and is best known for his amorous lifestyle and his brilliant use of the English language. Today’s title is one of his quotes. This time, this year and in the last twenty years, this quote, funny and real photograph of the English weather, no longer have significant value or connection with reality.Maybe one day … Continue reading “The English winter—ending in July, / To recommence in August”

Are We Just Spoiled People Born In The "Lucky" Part of the World Who Cry Like Babies For Every Effort Is Required? pexels photo 669319

Are We Just Spoiled People Born In The “Lucky” Part of the World Who Cry Like Babies For Every Effort Is Required?

Now they are creating a problem for a medical mask, which is then used to protect ours and the health of others. I think it is very “sad” for some people to think of freedom if they think that a mask can take it away. In my opinion, an idea of ​​freedom based on the fact that some are not willing to put on a … Continue reading Are We Just Spoiled People Born In The “Lucky” Part of the World Who Cry Like Babies For Every Effort Is Required?