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The 50 Weekly Shop

Author : Jody Allen
ISBN : 9781760143183
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 65.49 MB
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Feed your family of four on only $50 a week! Need advice about saving money when it comes to that weekly grocery shop? This book provides you with a step-by-step guide on how to get your family grocery budget down to only $50. Jody Allen, of Stay at Home Mum fame, will help you set up your grocery budget, create delicious meals that cost less, and make the most of every grocery purchase. Featuring recipes, meal plans, sample grocery lists and advice on how to grow and make your own food, The $50 Weekly Shop is sure to revolutionise the way you budget for your household without compromising on quality or flavour!
Category: Business & Economics

The 50 Weekly Shop Weekday Dinners

Author : Jody Allen
ISBN : 9781760143909
Genre : Cooking
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ALL-NEW RECIPES TO FEED YOUR FAMILY OF FOUR FOR ONLY $50 A WEEK Got a hungry family to feed and no idea where to start? Tired of the same old weekday dinners and need some new ideas? Do you like sticking to a tight weekly budget? Australia's favourite Stay at Home Mum, Jody Allen, is back with this indispensable recipe book and ideal companion volume to her revolutionary bestseller, The $50 Weekly Shop. Featuring easy, economical recipes the whole family will enjoy, The $50 Weekly Shop Weekday Dinners will show you how to plan ahead and prepare a range of all-new and all-delicious meals on a very tight weekly budget. Crammed full of fast, friendly dinner ideas - including tips on how to make any recipe more cheaply - this book is an essential kitchen companion for all Australian families.
Category: Cooking

Managing Your Mind

Author : Gillian Butler
ISBN : 0199739439
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 33.40 MB
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Originally published in 1995, the first edition of Managing Your Mind established a unique place in the self-help book market. A blend of tried-and-true psychological counseling and no-nonsense management advice grounded in the principles of CBTand other psychological treatments, the book straddled two types of self-help literature, arguing that in one's personal and professional life, the way to success is the same. By adopting the practical strategies that mental health experts Butler and Hope have developed over years of clinical research and practice, one can develop the "mental fitness" necessary to resolve one's personal and interpersonal challenges at home and work and to live a productive, satisfying life. The first edition addressed how to develop key skills to mental fitness (e.g., managing one's time better, facing and solving problems better, keeping things in perspective, learning to relax, etc.), how to improve one's relationships, how to beat anxiety and depression, and how to establish a good mind-body balance. For this new edition, Butler and Hope have updated all preexisting material and have added five new chapters-on sexuality and intimate relationships; anger in relationships; recent traumatic events and their aftermath; loss and bereavement; and dealing with the past.
Category: Psychology


Author : United States. Office of Education
ISBN : STANFORD:36105006545078
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Expat Guide

Author : Martine Maurel
ISBN : 1581127758
Genre : Travel
File Size : 49.17 MB
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The Expat Guide: Moscow is designed for the expatriate either planning to move to Moscow or who is already living in Moscow. It is hoped that information in this guide will help reduce the steepness of the learning curve that the new expatriate in Moscow has to undergo in order to establish a rewarding, and fulfilling life in a huge and often bewildering city. The guide has been written by an expatriate who related the research she conducted to the progressive stages of her personal learning curve. The author has experienced first-hand the trials and tribulations... and the joys, of learning to live in Moscow.
Category: Travel

The Co Operative Movement And Communities In Britain 1914 1960

Author : Dr Nicole Robertson
ISBN : 9781409480839
Genre : History
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The co-operative movement has played a notable role in the retail, wholesale, productive, political, educational and cultural life of Britain. As a movement it has consciously represented consumer interests and has carried out work in the arena of consumer protection. However, its study has suffered relative neglect when compared to research into the Labour Party, trade unions and the wider politics of retail and consumption. This book reassesses the impact of the co-operative movement on various communities in Britain during the period 1914-1960, providing a comprehensive account of the grass roots influence of co-operatives during both war and peace. This is a national study with a local dimension. It considers how national directives and perspectives were locally applied, if indeed they were applicable within the context of individual societies. Each chapter focuses on a different aspect of the co-operative movement by examining various societies in England, Scotland and Wales. Particular attention is paid to the midlands, due to the movement's expansion here during the interwar period, with consideration also given to comparative developments in Europe. The author explores: the movement's relationship with other labour organizations; its cultural and social aspects (including the role sport played in co-operative societies); the politicization of the movement and local response to the formation of the Co-operative Party; the education of co-operators; what co-operative membership entailed and how co-operative ideology was expressed; the economic impact membership could have on families (including the provision of financial assistance and credit); and the co-operative movement's development alongside consumer activism. The book is a major national study of the growth of Co-operation during this crucial period of British social, economic and consumer history. Given the few modern scholarly works on Co-operation, it is a timely and much needed reassessment.
Category: History


Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Post Office and Civil Service
ISBN : UOM:39015022382801
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Annual Report

Author : Victoria. Department of Labour and Industry
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Digging For Australia

Author : Rachael Gurney
ISBN : 9781452017167
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 20.30 MB
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'What would you think about going to live in Paris?' In 2003, having returned to the UK unexpectedly, Rachael Gurney was looking through the thousands of slides that her father had taken in the sixties and seventies. Trying to work out when and where they had been taken, she turned to the scrapbooks she had made as a child. Apart from the usual postcards, the scrapbooks were full of plane and boat tickets, and as a indication of things to come, lids cut out from cheese boxes, and labels lovingly soaked and dried from bottles of wine her parents had drunk. This helped her place many of the slides, and re-awakened fond memories of childhood, family holidays. Wanting to preserve these memories she started writing about them. However, it didn't stop there as she was enjoying the writing process so much and continued with further travelling tales. The result is part biography, part travel guide. It tells of some wonderful highs, counteracted by those disasters which make travelling so interesting. It also acts as a personal travelogue from places as diverse as Mexico, Slovakia and Singapore, and an insight into living and working in a number of counties, including Poland and Portugal.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Art Of Shopping

Author : Kevin Duncan
ISBN : 9781907794292
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 20.56 MB
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Everybody is a shopper – a fact no company can ignore! Based on results of never publicly seen real-world research, using ethnographic and neuroscience studies on some of the world’s leading brands and retailers, this is an insider’s expose on how shoppers choose and buy brands (often without knowing how they do) and how brands can promote themselves. The author is one of the world’s leading analysts of shopper behaviour. This book is the result of 20 years of pioneering research (from filming shoppers in-store to brain scanning) into how people around the world really shop. It explores what we actually do rather than what we think we do, how we really choose and make decisions to buy, and what really works for brands trying to persuade us to buy.
Category: Business & Economics