News and events
Many of our client’s lives are affected by diabetes so it is a big concern of ours at Limbo. We were delighted to be able to sponsor a cycle ride last month raising awareness for the complications relating to the condition.
Often we associate broken bones or fractures happening to children, but adults can still be unlucky in a fall or accident and break something, and in fact our bones and muscles can take longer to heal than younger people. A longer healing time might mean added complications, not least the fact that you’ll probably have to go back to work whilst you recover. Of course, it depends on the type of injury you’ve sustained and where, but here are some things to consider if you’re heading back to work in a cast.
Personally, we don’t think there needs to be a special day set aside to celebrate chocolate, we are already celebrating it year-round! But nevertheless, July 7th is World Chocolate Day and you don’t need to tell us twice, any excuse to eat more of the good stuff is absolutely fine with us. And if it’s fair trade and ethically made, which many brands are these days, ever better! Chocolate is popular all over the world, and it supposedly was first introduced in Europe on July 7th, 1550.
Call us optimists, but we’ve got high hopes for another long hot summer this year! And when the sun is shining, the kids are off school, what is better than enjoying a leisurely picnic all together in the great outdoors? And what’s more, it’s now officially National Picnic Month. So what are you waiting for? Here are a few ideas on perfecting your next picnic, the only thing you can’t control is the weather – so keep your fingers crossed! Enjoy. What to eat?