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BRITA Fill&Go Water Filter Bottle Incl. 4 Filter D&hellip by Brita
5.0 out of 5 stars Good product, 21 July 2014
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I'm enjoying using this. The bottle is easy to prepare and assemble: Water tastes alright, there would only be a discernable taste of carbon if the filter was insufficiently rinsed. It would probably be possible to refill the bottle from a cooler system at work, saving a few plastic cups! I have been testing this bottle for a couple of days and I like it. Put a few ice cubes in to keep cooler for longer! The sipper is tight for sucking but I think this is a good protective feature rather than a hindrance. Replacement filter discs are widely available. Very happy to get out of the habit of buying bottled water!
Mindfulness at Work For Dummies by Shamash Alidina
Mindfulness at Work For Dummies by Shamash Alidina
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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Most of what's in this book is common sense: Set priorities for your day, think of the knock-on effects if you neglect any of your duties and so on. The presence of so many books on this subjects suggests that there is fare more to being mindful than using common sense.

The Dummies series has produced its own tome on Mindfulness at Work, making mention of both the Buddhist Mindful attitude and the Cognitive approach. The Buddhist approach asks you to acknowledge all feelings and thoughts that pass by you in the 'here and now' but simply focus on the moments themselves. You think about 'Cause and Effect', closer to daily reality than the concept of 'Karma'. It seems that one major… Read more
My Heart Is A Hunter ~ Dory Langdon
My Heart Is A Hunter ~ Dory Langdon
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Delightful Dory, 22 Jun 2014
What a surprise and a delight to finally hear this album. This was Dory Langdon working with, but not yet having married, Andre Previn: They released an album of finely crafted songs - some melancholy, some amusing - every one worth hearing. Jazz greats Kenny Burrell and Bill Evans guested, while Previn handled the musical arrangements. Dory's lyrics already displayed her witty, occasionally world-weary style - remember that this was before she had reason to write out of pure anguish and pain. While she was a fragile personality, she always had quiet confidence in her lyrical skill. She was no mean singer too, with a sweet and jazzy style.

I've already fallen for the wonderfully… Read more

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