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The Number 1 Office Christmas Party Rule

It’s the night of the Office Christmas Party. It’s late and there’s the smell of sweat in the air. You still can’t believe everyone started dancing to Living on a Prayer… You’ve had a few more than you should’ve and suddenly you feel that longing stare from across the room. It’s the newbie and they’re […]

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Restaurant Now (Still) Open

Food. Glorious. Food. When you’ve been around as long as we have you tend not to announce all of the changes, celebrate all of the milestones or trumpet all of the achievements. You just do, and get on with it. We’ve changed some menu items and we’re really happy with them. The 3 menu items […]

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Hope. You want to talk about it?

I talk too much. I talk too much to my wife, my staff, my family, my friends. I talk too much to anyone that will give me the opportunity, to talk. It’s taken me until this moment to realise why. I am not the half glass full guy. I’m happy to tell you that things […]

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Not so shiny. Still new.

I’ve lived in the same suburb for over 10 years. Last week I tried a restaurant for the first time. The experience was, from start to finish, terrific. The staff were friendly and attentive. The food was delivered promptly. It was delicious. There was no bill shock either. Perfect. I left annoyed. Annoyed at myself. […]

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I feel a little odd…and I like it

Ferris Beuller: “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” I remember walking into the local 7-Eleven at 2.30 am one morning and being greeted by a slightly confused and embarrassed store attendant who was being serenaded by a woman on a ukulele with […]

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Time…like the sands through the hour glass

Time. It’s a real problem. No-one seems to have any. Everyone seems to be running out of it. We’re looking for a good time. We’re trying to forget the bad times. The young have no concept of time and the old focus too much on the fact that time has passed them by. A little […]

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