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The definitive reasons why summer is the worst time to fly in the US

Thinking about flying around the US this summer? Consider yourself warned: not only are flights, on average, at their most expensive in June, July, and August—they’re also the most likely to be utterly miserable. 371 more words


Normally on a summers’ morning, you would find me out in our garden, pottering among the borders or weeding in the veg patch or inspecting the latest flowers to bloom.   941 more words

Natural World

Apples Bounces from Key Support

Apple’s slow slide lower accelerated earlier this week after falling through trend line support at 125.

This trend line buoyed prices seven times since mid-March (blue ovals), but the jug can only go to the well so often before it breaks. 289 more words


Game Theory

NOTE: Below is the member market update from July 1. It frames up the strategic context of our trade strategy this past week. We’ve added some additional comments at the bottom of this article reflective of the latest Greece developments: 1,119 more words

Member Content

Mind Your Own Busyness

Holy. Cow.

Where does the time go? You know all those things I want to do with my day? Well, there’s more stuff to do than there is day to do it. 540 more words


Why buy homegrown flowers?

Tomorrow marks the start of British Flowers Week (Monday 15th – Friday 19th June). This is a week focussing on celebrating and promoting seasonal locally grown flowers and foliage. 766 more words

Field Notes: Arctic Spring

Greetings from Alaska!  For the next few months, I’ll be sharing occasional photos and updates from my field work at Toolik Lake Field Station studying a small migratory songbird- the Gambel’s White-crowned sparrow. 232 more words