I’d be lying if I said that I don’t complain when my phone signal isn’t strong enough or my internet speed has dropped off. We’re getting increasingly reliant on improved technology. As consumers, we’re constantly demanding faster speeds, the
Barbecues. As much a British institution nowadays as fish and chips or roast beef. With this summer’s heatwave we haven’t needed any excuses to host an impromptu BBQ. The Royal Wedding, the World Cup, Wimbledon… it’s been a case
Breaking news! I’m going to give up my day job and become a scientist. I’m going to find someone daft enough to fund hugely expensive research into matters of plain common sense. Then, after collecting a substantial salary and
Placebo (noun) a medicine or procedure prescribed for the psychological benefit to the patient rather than for any physiological effect. a measure designed merely to humour or placate someone. And that, to me, is exactly what the Government’s sugar tax
Innovation always warms my heart. And when I heard about Change Please, an innovation that’s combining change and social enterprise, I was positively aglow. You probably know how we feel about the plight of homeless people. We’ve blogged before about
Everywhere you turn at the moment you’ll see, hear and read about the problems caused by single use plastic. And a very real problem it is too. Needless to say, we have strong opinions here at Nina & Co. If
When we think of the war years, we think of rationing, the blitz, camaraderie, and a nation of patriots digging up their lawns in the name of victory. Even more than seventy years later, the war years still have a
Well, unless you’ve been in Outer Mongolia for the past month or you’re already too embroiled in the up-and-coming Olympics (go team GB!), you couldn’t have failed to notice that ethical food has been hitting the news headlines of late.