Sarah Fisher

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 80% (87 of 109)
Location: London, UK
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 30,803 - Total Helpful Votes: 87 of 109
Garmin Forerunner 15 Small GPS Running Watch - Bla&hellip by Garmin
1.0 out of 5 stars Unreliable, 14 July 2014
Had this for a month now (bought from another retailer, for full disclosure) and over that period from about week two onwards things have stopped working. At first the automatic "Move alert" stopped sounding - not a major issue and one I could live without; then the activity tracker goal stopped updating - again something I can live without, although starting to get irritating given that it was a brand new piece of kit

This morning, one month and one week after purchase, it has stopped tracking steps altogether, the key tones don't work even though switched on and the unit won't connect to my computer. Faults have been reported to Garmin online with no response… Read more
Crochet Step by Step by Sally Harding
Crochet Step by Step by Sally Harding
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
This book is largely clear and easy to follow with a compendium of techniques and a number of project patterns at the back. The version I have used has the UK crochet terminology not US.

The only real criticism is that the baby blanket pattern has an error and despite checking the publisher's website I've been unable to find anything which has since corrected this mistake. As a relative beginner I followed the pattern without questioning until the shape of the blanket was obviously not correct. I asked some more experienced crocheters (three of them!) to take a look at the pattern and all confirmed the mistake was where I had come to believe it was. This error led to a lot of… Read more
Jessica Pidsley's Imoerfections: A Perfectionist's&hellip by Jessica Pidsley
4.0 out of 5 stars Nobody's perfect!, 7 May 2013
As easy-reading, light-hearted self-help book which seeks to explore our need for everything in life to be good-better-best. Written in a chatty blog-post style this e-boook is full of heartening stories and simple techniques to enahnce self-acceptance and contentment.

I picked this book up on a recommendation which was definitely justified. Despite the chatty, friendly stype there is a wealth of wisdom in this book which in some ways could be missed, overlooked or "battled through" in more heavyweight titles.

I've highlighted wuite a lot of this on my Kindle and will likely come back to it quite a bit. A lovely, easy and enlightening read which is a bit… Read more

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