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In fact, planning ahead can be as basic as Economics 101.
We are responding to that challenge, by thinking ahead, being strategic and planning ahead, "That is why I am today announcing this new significant round of investment in flood and coastal defences, which follows the Au245m in capital and revenue funding we have already committed over the life of this Government.
If you're short of time, planning ahead and batch cooking healthy meals in advance - ready to heat up like your very own ready meal - can be a lifesaver, meaning there's never any need for a last-minute takeaway which is likely to be high in fat and calories.
If you're planning a getaway this year, planning ahead can save you lots of money.
STAY well over the bank holiday weekend by planning ahead, is the message from the region's medical chiefs.
London, Dec 27 (ANI): Planning ahead about what you are going to eat in a week helps increase savings by up to 1500 pounds a year, a survey has shown.
But if you forget the planning ahead required by scratch cooking, you'll quickly find that your fresh vegetables rot in the veggie bin and your dried beans require hours and hours of cooking because they're now several years old.
Chris Weston, of Solihull Age Concern, said planning ahead can help cut stress for everyone.
Another way to overcome the cost barrier is by planning ahead when senior management gives you the go-ahead for communication measurement.
All are especially recommended for destination visitors planning ahead.
NAMTA is planning ahead for this spring, a master class with Jura Margulis, a Baroque Festival and "A Musical Treasure Hunt: Teaching Intermediate Literature," with Scott Carrell.
But it's worth planning ahead because she's considered the best in the city--and that's saying something in one of the world's largest metropolises.

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