Please stop blaming the economy if your business is failing. Maybe it’s your business model. Case in point: I discovered a man with a van who advertised bespoke car cleaning services. He would actually travel to your home and 90-minutes later your car was clean and no longer an embarrassment to the neighbourhood. The epitome … Continue reading Clean up your act and get a good business model or else…
Just as many visitors from Boston must adhere to our left hand rules of the road in Bermuda so too must many Bermudians who travel to Boston accustom themselves to the driving culture there. Case in point, there is a genius in the the Massachusetts highway department who has found an hysterical way to communicate … Continue reading Drivers Beware: At Home or Abroad
In the world of collectables, there is arguably nothing more exciting than the discovery and acquisition of something very old and very rare. English Auctioneer James Rylands, who is married to Bermudian Jen Cox, has been successful on both counts. In the art and antiquities business for three decades, his latest find is undoubtedly his … Continue reading Yours for a Million bucks !
“I love it,” is the only way that Bermudian Shelly Greene can describe her recently completed home transformation. “I wanted to renovate this house as soon as I moved in.” That was 30 years ago. So this renovation has certainly been a long time in coming. The house is named ‘Palm Creek’ and is located … Continue reading A Divine Design
How to gently put this? Perhaps it is time to improve our experience at Bermuda’s L.F. Wade International Airport either through privatization or better training. I write this after completing an epic journey from Bermuda to Boston. Normally the trip takes two hours. Unless someone screws up. Then it takes 12. Already delayed by weather … Continue reading Flight Fury