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A beginner’s guide to maca powder

Posted on: September 25, 2020

To fully understand the mysterious maca root, you first have to head to the Andes mountains of Peru. High above sea level in the cold ground, maca root is growing, pulling nutrients from the earth. Maca root, which is what the powder is made from, looks like a cross between…

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Six tips for getting your offer accepted

Posted on: September 23, 2020

You dreamt about buying your dream house at the beginning of the year, but then the country went into lockdown and everything stopped. So where is the market now? Image Credit The current state of play Despite the country officially being in recession and a looming unemployment crisis, the housing…

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The Dangers of Working at Height

Posted on: September 15, 2020

When considering the hazards of working at height, many people are not aware of these dangers. There is one major danger of working at height that should be kept in mind, which is the risk of falling and hitting the ground hard enough to severely injure yourself or someone else.…

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How are Actors protected during stunts?

Posted on: September 15, 2020

There is so much written about how actors are protected during stunts, but the truth is that no stunt performer is completely safe when he or she is performing a stunt. If a stunt coordinator makes a mistake, you as an actor can get hurt. That is why it is…

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So you want to be a solicitor?

Posted on: September 2, 2020

One of the most rewarding, both personally and financially careers you could look to pursue. You will need decent grades at A-Level, English and Maths being a given before you can embark on what can take up to five to six years to complete. It’s a long haul but it…

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The worst animals for passing on disease

Posted on: August 27, 2020

The spreading of blood bond disease’s is made much easier by certain types of insects and pests. What might seem like a mere nuisance can actually be harbouring something more serious. Here are the most dangerous pests that need to be removed as soon as possible if an infestation is…

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Should I Take a City or Rural Break?

Posted on: August 11, 2020

When planning your next vacation to a beautiful destination, one of the most important decisions that you must make is whether you should take a city break or an extended vacation in the wilderness. If you choose to go to the quiet of the countryside, then you will likely need…

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“Honey I Shrunk the Kids”.

Posted on: August 5, 2020

The 1989 Comedy, Science Fiction Film “Honey I Shrunk the Kids” starred Rick Moranis as Wayne Szalinski, a mad inventor, Marcia Strassman as his long-suffering wife Diane and his two children Amy (Amy O’Neill) and Nick (Robert Oliveri) who he unfortunately shrinks using a Ray Gun that he created. If…

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Considerations when Extending your Home

Posted on: August 1, 2020

Building an extension is a better alternative to moving to a bigger house in many ways – no hassle of packing everything, no getting to know a new area if you like the one you are in, and no solicitors fees and removal company fees. As well as this, a…

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The benefits of Marble

Posted on: July 22, 2020

It takes hundreds of years to form marble. It is a metamorphic rock that begins life as dolomite or limestone that is buried in the earth. For centuries, extreme pressure and very hot conditions transform the native limestone. The result is a large block of harder, denser and more colourful…

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Growing Older

Posted on: June 15, 2020

Most of us dread to think about getting old. However much we fight it though, we can’t stop time and we can’t reverse the ageing process. Why do we dread growing older so much? Perhaps it’s the recognition that we are closer to the end of our lives and thoughts…

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What is so special about Aran Wool?

Posted on: June 3, 2020

There is something special about Aran Sweaters. They feel warm and comforting, like a big hug. This is what they were for, a big hug from the Fisherman’s wives and ladies as they thought of their men out at sea braving the elements to get a catch. The Aran Sweater…

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UK Flowers you Might Spot This Summer

Posted on: June 2, 2020

Summer is finally upon us, and although many of us will not be enjoying a summer holiday abroad this year, we may well take the opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy a picnic. Flowers provide us with so much pleasure and we love to order stunning blooms from places such…

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The coming of Gaslight.

Posted on: June 1, 2020

Gaslight was an invention of the modern Victorian age. Even then open flames and candle light were still the usual forms of lighting used. It was the discovery and development by William Murdoch. It was thought that Gas could be a way to light factories and homes but Murdoch is…

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What to pack for your summer holiday

Posted on: June 1, 2020

When it comes to packing for your summer holiday there can be a long list of items that you need to take. Here is our handy list to  help  you. Image credit Clothing – probably one of the most important items. Of course you will want to take a range…

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