Some Jaguars players ‘aren’t thrilled’ with Urban Meyer’s coaching style: ‘They’re not off to a good start’

Some Jaguars players 'aren't thrilled' with Urban Meyer's coaching style: 'They're not off to a good start'

[ad_1] The Urban Meyer experiment is off to a rough start in Jacksonville. Meyer has faced plenty of criticism ahead of the 2021 NFL season, from his decision to bring in Tim Tebow as a tight end to his unwillingness to name No. 1 overall pick Trevor Lawrence the Jaguars’ starting quarterback. (Meyer finally confirmed what everyone … Read more

A stunning second act! Meet the people who changed course in midlife – and loved it | Life and style

[ad_1] Alison Webster was once showing prospective students around the university where she was studying medicine when a sixth former said: “You’re so old – why are you even doing this?” Webster laughs at the memory, home after the end of a shift as an A&E doctor. “I said, ‘When you go home, ask your … Read more

Vintage posters – in pictures | Life and style

[ad_1] A new art fair celebrates the mid-century pop culture and graphic design of posters. Here are some of the works to be found at Projekt Mkt, including Polish School posters, Soviet era graphics and 20th-century memorabilia. Projekt Mkt, 14-16 May at Copeland Gallery, London [ad_2] Source link

Mystery of the wheelie suitcase: how gender stereotypes held back the history of invention | Life and style

[ad_1] In 1970 an American luggage executive unscrewed four castors from a wardrobe and fixed them to a suitcase. Then he put a strap on his contraption and trotted it gleefully around his house. This was how Bernard Sadow invented the world’s first rolling suitcase. It happened roughly 5,000 years after the invention of the … Read more

I have tried everything, but my houseplant just isn’t happy | Life and style

[ad_1] Maybe it’s because I’m still new to the houseplant craze, having only begun this summer, but I can’t get Shirley (my aloe vera plant) out of my head. She droops atop my medicine cabinet, her leaves yellow and creased. She did not look like this during the years she was at my friend’s house, … Read more

Anti-vaxxers using pro-choice slogans make me so angry | Life and style

[ad_1] I am not an angry person, I get headaches instead. Rage is swallowed like a meatball and spreads fattily around my body, ensuring afternoons of snippy irritation and pounding temples. But when it comes, when I do manage to access my anger, the relief is stunning, and it happened this week when deleting photos … Read more

Don’t be lonely: how to make friends if you’re moving house | Life and style

[ad_1] Freed from the shackles of the office and the misery of the commute, and with a newfound appreciation for space and air, it may suddenly have seemed as if a new kind of life was possible. Last summer, a few months after the first lockdown, data from Rightmove found searches by city residents looking … Read more

A tip for gardeners: don’t let soil lie bare in winter | Life and style

[ad_1] Nature abhors a vacuum and your soil speaks, in volumes at times, in weeds. Leave it bare and it will respond with a flourish of sow thistles or speedwell or a smattering of nettles; if you don’t listen, it will send out its thoughts in tendrils of bindweed and briars of brambles. Your soil … Read more

Rhik Samadder tries … silent disco meditation: ‘A man in socks and a bandana is romancing a tree’ | Life and style

[ad_1] I’m shaking my pelvis with brio, when a goldendoodle ambles up. Don’t you poo, I think. Then again, doing what comes naturally is the point of today. My friend Beth has invited me to try 5Rhythms: a silent disco movement meditation class on Clapham Common. I didn’t understand any of those words, but said … Read more

Patsy Kensit: ‘You don’t have to marry all your boyfriends’ | Life and style

[ad_1] We grew up without money: two rooms and an outside loo. I remember shyly cowering behind the coal shed as Mum tried to photograph me, but by the age of four I was playing Mia Farrow’s daughter in The Great Gatsby. I loved the fantasy of acting, the contrast of the worlds in which … Read more