John Behm took a dip in the Wensum. Picture: Katy Jon Went Archant They say Norwich has a close-knit art community with people often willing to go above and beyond to help each other out. John Behm took a dip in the Wensum. Picture: Katy Jon WentAnd while that usually means sharing ideas and techniques, one artist took it to the next level. John Behm is caught here on camera stripping down to his underpants and jumping into the River Wensum to save a fellow artist’s painting. Mr Behm had been taking part in Paint Out Norwich on Tuesday where a number of artists have been setting up their easels in various locations around the city.The architect and painter had been taking some of his art to Studio 22 and as he returned to Fye Bridge, Norwich, he saw his fellow artist’s easel in the water.John Behm diving into the river. Picture: Katy Jon WentNot wanting to lose the work the American artist stripped off and jumped in.The 62-year-old said: “It was just what I needed … [Read more...] about ‘Just what I needed at the end of a busy day’
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To avoid entrepreneurial exhaustion, sometimes you have to disconnect. Robert Vis Published 8:30 am CDT, Tuesday, October 16, 2018 Photo: Lost Horizon Images | Getty Images Photo: Lost Horizon Images | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Lost Horizon Images | Getty Images On My First Vacation in 6 Years, a Flip Phone Was My Only Connection to Work. Here's What I Learned. 1 / 1 Back to Gallery There's a reason the word "breakneck" is used to describe the pace of the tech industry, especially when it comes to launching a company. Between the speed of innovation, and how quickly the competition is heating up alongside it, entrepreneurs tend to thrive in high-stakes, high-pressure environments -- … [Read more...] about On My First Vacation in 6 Years, a Flip Phone Was My Only Connection to Work. Here’s What I Learned.
Why I believe Northern Ireland economy is in better shape than in 2010 BelfastTelegraph.co.uk The Northern Ireland economy is currently experiencing a period of modest economic growth, restrained by a squeeze on consumers and Brexit-related uncertainty negatively affecting business investment. However, while we have seen relatively low growth rates in the last couple of years, it is important to note that the local economy is in a better position now than it was at the start of this decade. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/analysis/why-i-believe-northern-ireland-economy-is-in-better-shape-than-in-2010-37421062.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/article37421061.ece/949a8/AUTOCROP/h342/2018-10-16_bus_44924569_I1.JPG Email The Northern Ireland economy is currently experiencing a period of modest economic growth, restrained by a squeeze on consumers and Brexit-related uncertainty negatively affecting business investment. However, while we have seen … [Read more...] about Why I believe Northern Ireland economy is in better shape than in 2010
As a long-term WW member, I was curious about the company’s latest re-branding and program changes. I was given early access by WW to their WellnessWins rewards program, which launches for all members on Thursday. WellnessWins offers members the chance to earn “wins” by doing healthy habits. Wins can be redeemed for products and experiences from WW and 11 other companies including Kohls, Rent the Runway, ClassPass, and more. After experiencing the new program for myself, I believe it offers great foundational tools for people who want to lose weight, get in better shape, or simply just live a healthier, more balanced life. As someone who has been a member of Weight Watchers for a few years, I’ve seen the company go through various shifts. From the transition to the Freestyle program to Oprah implementing guided meditations on the brand’s in-app social media network Connect, changes to the program always seem to be hit or miss with existing … [Read more...] about I’m a long-term WW member — and here’s what I think of the new WellnessWins rewards system
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Ayanna Pressley October 06, 2018 Let me say it again: I believe survivors. I believe Christine Blasey Ford. And I still believe Anita Hill.Twenty-seven years ago Clarence Thomas was confirmed to the US Supreme Court marred by allegations of sexual harassment, and Brett Kavanaugh’s elevation represents a familiar travesty – the result of a deeply-flawed process that, once again, disregarded the experiences of survivors, and undermined the principles of morality and independence that were supposed to define our nation’s highest court.From the very beginning the Kavanaugh confirmation process has been plagued by a lack of transparency. Justice should not be a partisan issue. And I am supremely confident that Kavanaugh has proven himself to be unhinged, unfit, and unqualified. Kavanaugh’s tenure on the bench will be indelibly colored by the stories of … [Read more...] about I believe survivors. I believe Christine Blasey Ford. And I still believe Anita Hill.