Overtaken by Royalty

Your average Monday evening. It was gone 7pm as I left the office and headed towards Datchet. It is at this time in the evening when I have to make a decision. Do I take the M4, which is relatively speaking is an easier journey (but slightly longer at 22 miles) or do I take […]

Clarkson Parking

Car proud. Is that a thing? It must be, because house proud is a thing! Back in late July 2013, a few days after starting at my new (and I would like to add happily current) employer somebody scratched my car door. This was not a minor misdemeanour. They had scrapped paintwork clear off my […]

The Listening Bank

While in primary school, we were given some rather basic lessons (perhaps only one) on finance. Martin Lewis would have been proud that we were offered at least something. Put some money in your bank account. The bank will use that money to invest in enterprise and earn you interest on the money you saved. […]

Loose Change

While I expect nothing less from my peers, I do expect a┬áVice President to conduct themselves more becoming of their seniority within the organisation. To view all the other office pranks I have been subjected to in my relative short career, they are all tagged with office prank. The dossier for HR grows larger with […]

A Journey Through History

As we fast approach British Summer Time – the clocks change three weeks from today, the mornings and early evenings tend to be a little brighter. Perhaps the perfect moment to take you all on a journey. My daily commute from a village in North Bracknell to the village of Datchet across from the M4 […]