Author Archive for ClaireBurdett

6 Inspirational Books That Changed My Life

6 Inspirational Books That Changed My Life

These are my must-read books…  the ones that when I was reading them it was like a light being switched on, the ones that made me think “I must do that now!”, the ones I keep on my bookcase and return to again and again. These books are my life and heart companions, and yet they are also the […]

Jordanian Dreams

Jordanian Dreams

I blame Blue Peter myself. Somewhere back in the eons of time before the days of colour television and when John Noakes, Valerie Singleton and Peter Purves were still young, there was a dog called Petra. The year I was eight Blue Peter did one of their famous historical stories all about her namesake, the […]

Myth of the Solo Entrepreneur

Myth of the Solo Entrepreneur

There is a prevalent myth in our society that an entrepreneur is a lone wolf who operates on his or her wits and doesn’t need a team to succeed. Like all myths it’s very far from the truth. Any entrepreneur who tries to do it all alone is likely to learn the hard way that […]

Torro! Torro! in Sexy Sultry Seville

Torro! Torro! in Sexy Sultry Seville

Hot, intense and bitter sweet, Seville is famous for passion, for spectacle and theatre, and for song. It’s the greatest city of the Spanish south, the home of such legendary characters as Carmen, Don Juan, Figaro and Columbus, and the city of the Andalucian gypsies and their flamenco culture. It’s an elegant and wealthy city, […]

Tips to Improve ROI from Email Marketing

Tips to Improve ROI from Email Marketing

Digital Marketing is now a must have for most businesses, but not all areas within the discipline are created equal. Email is a case in point. As social media usage and reliance has increased, and direct mail has almost disappeared, the email has become the new junk mail. Stats are disturbing, with over 70-80% of […]

Google+ and Digital Trends

Google+ and Digital Trends

Google built it and people are coming, well coming to create profiles anyway. Google+ still feels pretty empty and only full of those who particularly like the sound of their own voices, but so far so good. The stats are reassuring so far and ‘everyone’ is talking about it. But will the ‘the people’ come, […]

Ripe For The Picking

Ripe For The Picking

Food for free is a passion of mine – I never walk the dog without a bag or two in my pocket in which to stash bounty. Whether it’s berries to make into jam, mushrooms for breakfast or nettle tips for soup, it all finds its way home. It’s a hobby with a long legacy […]

Las Vegas – Gambling Low Down

Las Vegas – Gambling Low Down

There are a lot of good new reasons to come to Las Vegas, but there remains one pretty good old reason – gambling. The opportunity to gamble is at every turn, and what reasonable person could resist? Which is probably why over 90% of all visitors gamble during their stay. Just remember the legal age […]

Las Vegas, Hoover Dam, Grand Canyon

Las Vegas, Hoover Dam, Grand Canyon

There are 1001 things to do in Las Vegas, and that’s just before lunch. Not only is there a stunning array inside the Mega Resorts, but there’s all the glitz of the four-mile, neon-drenched Strip itself, as well as the glittering Freemont Street Experience, Downtown.. and although many people visit Las Vegas and never feel […]

Las Vegas – Top Tips for a Fabulous Stay

Las Vegas – Top Tips for a Fabulous Stay

There is an incredible amount to see and do in Las Vegas, so make sure you make the most of your trip with these top tips. • Tipping is an essential part of the service staff’s pay check, and an equally essential way to ensure you get all the help, support and assistance you need, […]

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