"March is a month of considerable frustration - it is so near spring and yet across a great deal of the country the weather is still so violent and changeable that outdoor activity seems light years away."
Please note: The MARS / WARS and FADS sessions are back on Skype for another week, but a couple of Lynne's sessions have been cancelled. Check the calendar for dates and times.
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According with 2002 reports of consumer spending in five different countries, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Sweden, and Turkey, Ireland spent the least money over education or leisure and they spent a lot of money over food and drinks. But Ireland is not that country which spent most money after food among those five countries. Turkey had reached 32 percent in spending of food and it was four percentage higher than Ireland. Except Italy all those country spent around six percent over clothing or footwear. Italian consumer spending on food shows low and clothing shows higher, over 9 percent. Whereas, Swedish consumer spending on food and clothing rates stood low and on education reached very high. But, highest rate of education consumer in those countries was Turkey. Their education spending percentage is 4.35 and it was the highest percentage on education spending in compared of those country. Spanish education spending is the lowest one. Their education spending rate is only 1.98 percent and their food consumer rate is either not high.