Everyone loves a recommendation don’t they?
That’s why, in this Sunday series, Bet Chat Bec and I will be highlighting the very best stuff we’ve been consuming with our eyes and ears over the preceding seven days.
It also – shock horror – won’t be purely stuff about sport, betting and investing. After all, having other interests and being able to ‘switch off’ is very much a good thing. Here goes…
You may well have noticed that we’ve had a few more editorial contributions than usual this month and that’s something that’s very much here to stay. If you’ve missed any of the below, check ‘em out!
Our all new finance/opinion/snarky comment writer is Craig Shenk and you can read his first article here. Please do also reply to the question he asked if you get a second, as you’ll make him even grumpier than usual if you don’t. It was:
If you could change one thing about your day-to-day life, what would it be and why?
Just reply to this email to get in touch.
On the betting front, our trusty young steed Mel Gee penned this piece the other week on how to prepare to be a winner. They do say that prior preparation prevents poor performance and they aint wrong!
Meanwhile, another racing guru, Clive Jones, has started to write a weekly betting diary for us which is sure to be extremely useful viewing for anyone who wants to make a consistent income from their betting. Hopefully, that’s you and, if it is, you can read his introduction to the feature here.
Another thing that would no doubt be useful to your betting is the ability to bet exactly how you want to…
Doesn’t sound like much of an ask does it, but bookies already restrict anybody they think a threat and now, a well-intentioned but deeply troubling gambling review, could impose even more restrictions. These potentially include staking limits that could apply irrespective of whether you are a problem gambler or a pro who makes a significant net profit.
There’s a quick and easy way to speak up against it which is explained in this article.
Finally for today, it wouldn’t be a ‘Recommends’ without something completely unrelated to betting or investing and so I’ll finish by saying a) I made this on Friday and it was delightful, and b) even if that particular recipe isn’t your cup of tea, check out the website because there are lots of free recipes on there which I’m certain you will enjoy.
And with that I bid you adieu. Enjoy the rest of your day.