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Weekly Round-Up #207: Christmas Trees, A Divided UK and Post Holiday Email

Weekly Round-Up #207: Christmas Trees, A Divided UK and Post Holiday Email

Weekly Round-Up #207: Christmas Trees, A Divided UK and Post Holiday Email

Welcome to the final round-up before Christmas. I hope you’re enjoying the festive period and are able to take a well deserved break. In this festive edition, we look at what to do with your old Christmas tree, why the UK is even more divided than usual and how to clear your inbox when you return to work.

Healthiest National Dishes Around The World – Hayes & Jarvis

Christmas is supposed to be a time for pigging out and the January is the month of detoxing. If this is a familiar tale for you then how about broadening your horizons with some healthy food from around the world?

The Ultimate Christmas Tree Care Guide – Tree2MyDoor.com

What do you do with your Christmas tree after the festive season? I have a fake tree now as I’m allergic to the tree sap from real tree, but back before we figured that out we had a real tree (with roots obviously) that we planted in our front garden and it’s now about 12 feet tall! If you don’t have the space to plant your tree then see what else Tree2MyDoor.com recommends.

15 Experts Reveal Best Storage Solutions For Utilising Space – JD Williams

Christmas is the time that we get a load of extra goodies – but what do we do with them? 15 experts look at some innovative storage solutions that will help you make the most of your space and organise your clutter.

Brits Divided Over Whether You Can Eat Yorkshire Pudding With Christmas Dinner – Daily Mirror

The Nation is divided – and no, I’m not referring to Brexit for a change! Should we have Yorkshire Puddings with a Christmas dinner? Oooh, that’s a tough one – let me know what you think in the comments.

Tsundoku: The Practice Of Buying More Books Than You Can Read – Treehugger

No, this isn’t the sound of someone sneezing! It is in fact the practice of buying more books that you can realistically read. My New Year’s resolution is to start using my local library so that I’m not filling my limited space with books I’ll never read (or only read once) and have a finite time to read them in!

How To Chop Down A 20,000 Email Inbox To Zero In 30 Minutes – MakeUseOf

When you get back to work after the holidays you’ll probably have a load of emails in your inbox (although hopefully not twenty thousand!) If you want to whittle them down quickly then this article will help and while it’s centred around Gmail you’ll be able to apply the principles to most programs.

Have A Great Weekend and a Very Merry Christmas

I hope you have enjoyed this round-up, as always if you have any links you like to share with me and my readers please contact me through the website or send me a tweet.

Until next week, Stay Productive!

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