'It honestly does help you budget. If we don't eat these meals in this order, we still have stuff to make it, even if that means we freeze the stuff at the end of the week. If I go to the shops and pork is on sale, I stock up on pork and put it in the freezer.' … [Read more...] about Professional cleaner shows the common mopping mistake that is making your home DIRTIER – so are you guilty?
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From Russia With Love (1963) gives you an honest-to-goodness, old-fashioned spy story, with no tech wizardry to speak of and no evil plan to destroy the world. It's Bond on an intimate scale, a character-driven tale of our spy, the woman sent to seduce him and the assassin (a buff and square-jawed Robert Shaw) assigned to take him down. (It also gives us our first glimpse of Blofeld, the recurring uber-villain.) In the finest Bondian tradition of exotic locales, this one cozies up to Istanbul and takes a memorable ride on the Orient Express. The fight scene in the train compartment is rightfully a classic. … [Read more...] about James Bond movies from Connery to Craig: Get started with 007
The rooftop swimming pool where Bond takes a dip in Shanghai is actually across London at the Virgin Active Club in Canary Wharf (the Shanghai backdrop was added digitally). Packed with glass skyscrapers, shopping malls and luxury flats, Canary Wharf looks like more New York than old streets of Covent Garden. Then hop on the Docklands Light Railway to the Island Gardens stop on the Isle of Dogs (sadly, it's not what you might think) and walk through the 118-year-old Greenwich foot tunnel under the River Thames. Check out the awesome interiors of the Old Royal Naval College (where M attends the funeral of the victims killed in the attack on MI6 headquarters) before hopping one of the Thames Clippers boats to return to central London. You're in the world's greatest city so enjoy yourself. … [Read more...] about Iconic James Bond locations in real life: How to travel like 007
Siraj has the knack of taking wickets. He has over 150 first-class wickets. He's been outstanding in India A and Ranji Trophy. Shardul has time and again picked more than 40 wickets for Mumbai. Saini had the pace. Natarajan's length, he brings the left-handed angle, it's a new angle for us. All that we were talking about was the need to be consistent. They all have the ability. The only thing is the margin for error in Tests is very small so they needed to eliminate that [inconsistency]. Every time they were in the nets, they had to decide lines they're going to bowl and had to discuss with me. My job was to give them the right feedback and assess how they've done that particular day. Every net session, if you're clear about what you want to execute, it becomes easier in match situations. Of course the pressure of a Test is different, but the players have reacted under pressure, looked upon it as a challenge as an opportunity to excel, that's what makes champions. … [Read more...] about Shastri’s decision to hold back net bowlers in Australia helped: B Arun
In addition to its convenient rechargeable battery, the Pro 3 has a lot of standout features: a built-in siren; arm/disarm modes; and person, animal, vehicle and package motion detection alerts (with an optional Arlo Smart subscription plan). The device also allows for two-way communication and has both color and black and white night vision for a crystal clear view of what's going on in your yard. And the video quality is top-notch. … [Read more...] about The best battery-powered home security cameras for 2021
Some engage financial fitness trainers like EnableMe to help clear their mortgages. Some get a mortgage broker to help, or even their bank, which will help, if asked. Others go down the DIY route, and ration their spending, so they can spend more of their income paying off their home loan. … [Read more...] about Shortening the days of your home loan ‘slavery’