For those who don’t know I LOVE coffee and have done since the very start of my working life (5:00 am breakfast shifts at a city centre hotel, require coffee to remain sane).
I average around 6 cups per day, and this can include any type from instant, ground coffee, freshly ground …
- Posted: November 21, 2013
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For those of you who don’t know, I studied Business and Marketing in Edinburgh at Napier University. As part of my course I completed a dissertation covering the key themes of green marketing, corporate social responsibility, consumer behaviour and tourism in Scotland.
Why am I posting this? Well for a few reasons, I love the debate that this dissertation causes me to have in my own head. It has two …
- Posted: November 15, 2013
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So two days in a row I’m going with the same band. Maybe it’s because I’m going to see them soon or maybe it’s just because they’re that good.
Today’s choice is Odds Are by Barenaked Ladies from their new album, Grinning Streak.
Barenaked Ladies make today’s song choice easy. One Week is taken from their album called Stunt which easily makes my top albums of all time list – Perhaps my next list style content.
The group are touring the UK at the moment, check out the rest of the playlist below:
Anthem for the Underdog by 12 Stones is today’s addition to my Spotify Song of the Day playlist. The band are from Louisiana in America and the song is taken from the album of the same name released in 2007. The song was used on the soundtrack to the film Never Back Down and clips from the movie are used throughout the video.
Today’s song of the day is ‘I Can’t Win’ by Canadian band Default track 2 on their 3rd album ‘One Thing Remains’. Enjoy!
Check out the band online at www.defaultonline.com.
Trading Yesterday’s song ‘For You Only’ is the latest song to be added to my song of the day playlist. The track and band were created by David Hodges who was part of Evanescence during their 2002 release The Fallen. There is only 1 album out by Trading Yesterday and they now go by the name The Age of Information.
You can …