Do you know why the “R” in the Toys ‘R Us logo is backwards?  Click the image to find out or click here >>  http://retailindustry.about.com/od/retailbestpractices/ig/Company-Mission-Statements/Toys--R-Us-Mission-Statement.htm #retail #stores #toys #shopping

Do you know why the “R” in the Toys ‘R Us logo is backwards? Click the image to find out or click here >> http://retailindustry.about.com/od/retailbestpractices/ig/Company-Mission-Statements/Toys--R-Us-Mission-Statement.htm #retail #stores #toys #shopping

Edubabbling for the Masses   Everything education related for teachers, parents, students and administrators   We all really need to see the forest for the trees!!

Edubabbling for the Masses Everything education related for teachers, parents, students and administrators We all really need to see the forest for the trees!!

Store Closings Index 2015 of Largest US Brick-and-Mortar Retail Chains - © Barbara Farfan

All 2015 Store Closings - Stores Closed by U.S. Retail Industry Chains

Store Closings Index 2015 of Largest US Brick-and-Mortar Retail Chains - © Barbara Farfan

To have a fika must be one of the most typical Swedish things one can do. For starters, ”Fika” is one of few words in the Swedish language that cannot properly be translated. The Swedish fika is a traditional coffee-break, just as defined as the British tea-time. A traditional fika consists of strong coffee, a cinnamon bun and an assortment of small cookies, ideally seven kinds.

To have a fika must be one of the most typical Swedish things one can do. For starters, ”Fika” is one of few words in the Swedish language that cannot properly be translated. The Swedish fika is a traditional coffee-break, just as defined as the British tea-time. A traditional fika consists of strong coffee, a cinnamon bun and an assortment of small cookies, ideally seven kinds.

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