Soy, almond, coconut, lactose free, rice, hemp, cashew are some, but not all the different types of alternative milk varieties that can commonly be found in cafés and restaurants around the country nowadays, as the rise of food allergies and individual preferences change amongst diners.
As annoying as it is to baristas and business owners, it’s a sign of the times and that customers are now savvier than ever about what they fuel their bodies with.
If you run your own business you will know the constant pressures of business ownership life; it’s busy, you wear multiple hats on a daily basis, and there are changing deadlines and competing priorities that suck up your time.
Most of the time you never get to the bottom of the to-do list, and often we head towards scheduled days off having to catch up on all the things we haven’t achieved during the working week when really, we should be enjoying some downtime.
It’s a fresh new year full of new opportunities and chances to grow your business… yahh, dahh, dahh… Yep, I’m sure you’ve heard if you run a business that the new year is a chance to be strategic, to get planning and set new goals, but what if you’re feeling anything less than inspired?
What if 2018 was a busy year, summer holidays were a busy time and now at the end of January you’re thinking, shouldn’t I be feeling inspired and ready to set new goals…?
Kate Bickford MD & Owner - BK AGENCY: