We've just lost 4 MILLION parcels - What to do if your shopping isn't delivered. We've just spent billions on everything from TVs to PlayStations to hair straighteners – with most of it being ordered online.
There's just one problem – we've just piled even more pressure on delivery operations already battling to cope. “We are short of between 45,000 and 50,000 drivers and the situation is getting worse,” said Richard Burnett, Road Haulage Association chief executive, said before Black Friday. “Thousands of older drivers are leaving the industry and younger people can’t afford the £3,000 it costs to get a truck licence.” Millions of missing parcels Logisitics expert Stuart Higgins, from LCP Consulting, told BBC Breakfast that Black Friday's orders equated to around 22 million parcels, with a similar volume expected to be generated today. That means more than 4million presents, purchases and treats lost in the system after the festive shopping boom that began before the weekend injected "inexorable" demand on services as millions of consumers seized on deals. Using Just A Fork And A Ribbon, She Shows How To Make The Perfect Bow In No Time!
Felt Christmas Tree Tutorial - Move Fuel Love. I had seen these delightful Felt Christmas Tress floating around on Pinterest and thought it was the perfect Christmas activity to help keep Miss Maggie busy for a few minutes here and there.
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