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Clients have three options to work with Jones: 20 sessions for ,400 or ,200 up front; 10 sessions for ,800 or ,700 up front (her most popular option); or five sessions for ,500 or ,000 up front.The introductory session is via Google Hangout, and the rest of the biweekly sessions are usually by phone for an hour at a time.In the initial complimentary strategy session, she asks them details about their situation and what they want."In the ebook I wrote, there's an exercise for finding your deepest values, and I come up for a plan for them based on how much work there is to do to take them from current situation to where they want to get to, which is pretty much the same thing for most clients: dating great women regularly so they can find the right woman for them," she says.Now, her months range from ,000 to ,000, and the average since November has been about ,000 a month.Jones works one on one with her clients, who at this point have all been heterosexual men looking to have relationships with women."Once everything is broken down in that logical way, the same way their minds work, they can do it.
Both months saw a temperature increase of about 0.8C.
"One day I had a big art show and started thinking about what's the end of the road with this art thing," the 29-year-old says.
"The pinnacle is being really well known and winning awards, and I was like, 'I don't really care about that' — what I really cared about was making a difference in peoples' lives.
It notched up the most hours of sunshine – 194 on average – leaving the 'summer' months trailing behind.
According to records dating back to 1981, July had an average of 183, June 180 and August 172.
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Weatherquest's Jim Bacon said: 'Our research has revealed that May has got drier and sunnier, whilst August isn't always the sunny month it is conventionally thought to be.'Who knows whether the trend of more rainy days in August and fewer rainy days in May will continue but it certainly gives Brits reason to get outside and enjoy their summer as early as possible.' Looking at records going as far back as 1961, the survey found the number of rainy days – when there is more than 1mm of rainfall – in Britain in August has increased by 11 per cent.