My 2016

I could start off by apologising for not posting earlier and more often but that’s too cliché. Instead, I’ll carry on as normal with another blog post and pretend there hasn’t been a 13 month gap between my last blog post and this one… The end of a year / beginning of a new one …

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Measuring my way to improvement

“Measurement is the first step that leads to control and eventually to improvement. If you can’t measure something, you can’t understand it. If you can’t understand it, you can’t control it. If you can’t control it, you can’t improve it.” – H. James Harrington

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35 pounds lighter

I’ve waited long enough to publish this so there’ll be no fancy introduction, let’s get straight down to business. I’ve lost 2.5 stone over the past 20 months. It was deliberate and it was relatively easy. I’ll explain how I did it and give you my thoughts on weight loss in general…

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Why my current account is now with Permanent TSB

Danske bank are pulling out of Ireland (for personal customers) so I’ve been forced to look at alternatives. Like everyone else, I want free banking or as cheap to free as possible. I’ll run through what I’ve learned over the past few weeks researching my options…

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Business banking with Bank of Ireland

There are a lot of terribly designed, buggy and useless sites and applications out there. I can deal with a useful service that looks like crap… eflow.ie would be a good example (note: as of July 2014 it’s looking much prettier so this comment is now looks silly). It provides a useful service but it’s …

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