Do you need to eat or breathe?

“Fried chicken solves most problems”. Or at least that is what the massive fast food chain KFC thinks. It is printed on their wings bucket, which you might not want to toss out. As KFC might not be that wrong after all. Just because today was one of those stressful days. Your boss was shouting at you for no reason. You were buried in so … Continue reading Do you need to eat or breathe?

Two spiritual books to change your mindset

1.Change your mind, Heal your Body by Anna Parkinson: the book you read to change your mind A compelling story for everyone interested in healing the body by using the power of the mind but knowing little about it. The book follows the story of Anna Parkinson, a successful journalist turned healer when diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour. After experiencing various frustrations with the … Continue reading Two spiritual books to change your mindset

“The Hanged Man” – a play about the life and work of Francis Bacon

Francis Bacon A story of the contemporary artist Francis Bacon, ‘The Hanged Man” is a well executed and thought-provoking play from the pen of Danae Brook. Set in Paris in 1971, the play focusses on the dramatic relationship between Francis Bacon and his long-time lover and favourite model George Dyer. During their stay in the French capital, Bacon had his first retrospective.  He did not … Continue reading “The Hanged Man” – a play about the life and work of Francis Bacon

Four ex-forces members switch to a civilian life

Four ex-military personnel  have switched from a military career to a civilian life in the wind sector. The ex-forces members have served for the British Army, Royal Navy or Royal Air Force before joining the Harwich-based Galloper Wind Farm. Both Mark Annis, supervisor, and Richard Holmes, technician, have joined the wind sector from the Royal Navy where they were marine engineers involved in overseas operations. Mark … Continue reading Four ex-forces members switch to a civilian life

Essex launches a kit to improve mental health at work

A toolkit set to improve mental health at the workplace is being launched by Essex University’s Business School. The kit aims to create an environment where employees can disclose their mental health condition right at the start of their employment. It also promotes progressive tactics in the inclusion and recognition of people with mental health needs. Dr Maria Hudson, creator of the kit, used ‘action-learning’ … Continue reading Essex launches a kit to improve mental health at work

Hotel prices in Ipswich soar for Ed Sheeran’s 2019 gigs

Ed Sheeran’s fans are forced to  pay double and triple the usual price for hotels when he is performing in August. The Suffolks’ superstar is playing on four consecutive days on August 23, 24, 25 and 26 and hotel managers are already cashing in on the artist’s appearance. Hotels close to Chantry Park, where Ed Sheeran is performing, are already fully booked, despite the soaring … Continue reading Hotel prices in Ipswich soar for Ed Sheeran’s 2019 gigs

10 quirky facts about Bulgaria

Take the beautiful mountains, wild beaches, deep forests, breathtaking villages and wholesome dishes, and you will have just a fraction of what makes Bulgaria stand out from the rest of the world.  Bulgaria is a country with a rich history and numerous tourist attractions, which make it the perfect travel destination. If you have ever wondered where to go during your holiday, here are 10 … Continue reading 10 quirky facts about Bulgaria

Burnt toast is more toxic than traffic fumes

Credit: News Field Toasting bread can expose people to more pollution than standing at a busy road junction, a study suggests. Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin found that toasters send toxic particles into the air as soon as they are switched on. According to experts, the safest way to toast bread is to ‘go for gold’ rather than burn it. Credit: News … Continue reading Burnt toast is more toxic than traffic fumes

Easter in Bulgaria

Credit: News Field Easter is a couple of days away in Bulgaria and people have already started their preparations for one of the biggest Orthodox celebrations. Easter, known in Bulgaria as ‘Velikden’, is the time to have delicious thematic food, enjoy the company of your beloved ones and of course, fancy a few days off work. The Orthodox countries in the Balkans have similar ways … Continue reading Easter in Bulgaria

Fresh doubts over the world’s most expensive painting

The authenticity of the world’s most expensive painting has been questioned after claims that Leonardo Da Vinci did not create it. The Salvator Mundi was sold for $450 million in November 2017, but the National Gallery failed to record suspicions it may not have been an autograph work by Leonardo. Michael Daley, director of ArtWatch UK, said: ‘We don’t think it’s a Leonardo and it … Continue reading Fresh doubts over the world’s most expensive painting