Category: Lifestyle

What is involved in a fire risk assessment

Posted on: September 25, 2020

Fire risk assessments need to be undertaken where you run a business or operate a premises where you have employees and visitors attending. Although it is relatively simple to work through the process of conducting a risk assessment it is worth considering using a Fire Risk Assessment Gloucester company to complete this for you. They can walk through the risk assessment with and then help you with any measures that you  need to implement to…

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When the only way is to boil

Posted on: September 7, 2020

Water and the application of heat to it creates two things, steam and hot water. This combination of early scientific principles is one of the basis for the study itself. Just as our ancestors had to eat raw meat until someone dropped a bit into the fire and noticed that it tasted a lot better afterwards, they were stuck eating raw vegetables as well. One can only imagine the through process that went through the…

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Tips on How to Choose the Right Collar for Your Dog

Posted on: September 1, 2020

There are so many different options when it comes to collars, and each one is designed to help your pet in a specific way. It is important to know that even though there are many different choices of collars, not all of them are made equal. With the right kind of collar on your dog you can be assured of keeping them safe and secure and being able to give them the attention they need.…

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Dishes to cook for a dinner party

Posted on: August 28, 2020

So, you search for Who provide fitted kitchens in Norwich a few months ago and found a great Fitted Kitchens Norwich company to come and give you the kitchen space of your dreams. What better way to celebrate this than with a dinner party for your close friends? When it comes to planning a dinner party it can become quite stressful so here are a few dishes that always go down well. Image credit Lasagne…

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The Importance of Staying Active as We Get Older

Posted on: August 20, 2020

The importance of staying active as we get older is that we are more prone to becoming immobile as we get older and this is a real problem if you have a chronic disease or if you have weak muscles. One of the most effective ways to fight this is to keep the body active and at the same time have good blood circulation and this will enable you to burn more calories and it…

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The Nuclear Age – The Cold War and Nuclear Weapons Today

Posted on: August 20, 2020

Since the first atomic bombs were created and used in 1945, it heralded a new age for the world. The age where we lived in the shadow of a bomb capable of destroying all life on earth. The power of an atomic bomb is unparalleled, even a specialist demolition company such as demolition Bristol company David Horton could never achieve demolition on that scale – but neither would they want to! What does the existence…

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So many wedding themes to choose from

Posted on: July 27, 2020

When you plan your wedding, it will be easier to choose a colour scheme and decorations when you have a theme. Choosing a theme is a little complicated. It should be something that you both find interesting and reflects your personality. Once you set a perfect theme, then your preparations will become easier. Here are some ideas on how to set the tone on your big day: Romantic A romantic theme calls for a soft…

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The last great event on TV

Posted on: July 2, 2020

In this age of choice and digital channels the TV event is becoming a thing of the past. At one time if you wanted to see a show or a national event it was televised. If you missed it then that was tough luck, unless they decided to repeat it if it was a TV show. You were totally at the whim of the schedule directors. Image credit The times when we as a family…

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The opposite Emotions of Love and Hate!

Posted on: July 1, 2020

Nearly everybody in the World has had the dream of meeting their perfect partner and soulmate and falling in Love.  Companies like https://www.richmondpharmacology.com/specialist-services/tqt using TQT Studies have researched conditions of the heart but not even the greatest scientist can truly explain real love.  The passion, commitment, joy, tenderness and romance of two people who genuinely love each other is an incredibly strong bond. Two kindred spirits and souls who find each other and stay together…

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How a Divorce Works and the Stages of Getting a Divorce

Posted on: June 30, 2020

One of the unfortunate consequences of the lockdown in the UK has been many breakdowns in relationships. People being stuck together at home 24/7, as well as the additional pressure of home-schooling children and financial worries around job losses can result in existing problems being pushed to the fore as well and result in relationship breakdown. Image Credit The decision to divorce is not a quick or light-hearted decision, and in what is a very…

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Weird and wonderful sayings such as, “As SNUG as a BUG in a RUG” and “As MAD as a HATTER”!

Posted on: June 1, 2020

I remember my parents using the lovely phrase, “As Snug as a BUG in a RUG” as they tucked me up, warm and cosy into my bed at night when I was just a small child.  The wording simply means, you will be comfortable, warm and cosy as you settle down, under your blankets and drift off to sleep.  The connotation and story behind the old saying is that a moth larva or caterpillar cocoon…

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How to make sure your event is run safely

Posted on: May 13, 2020

it comes to running events there can be numerous things that you need to think about including the venue, ticket prices, food and entertainment. But, one of the first things that you need to carefully assess is the health and safety of your event and ensuring that you have Event Medical Hire from companies such as https://outdoormedicalsolutions.co.uk/ in hand. Image Credit Here are some of our top tips for making sure that your event is…

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A Game of Plumbing in the North

Posted on: May 12, 2020

After the shocking debacle of the end of Game of Thrones last year the effects are still being felt. How could the producers get it so very wrong? Why did they ignore so many plot lines and then blow the scenes that they had been building the story up to? Ahh well not to worry, it’s all too late now. One thing that got me annoyed was why they didn’t make more of Winterfell’s much…

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In search of the Kew 50p coin

Posted on: May 11, 2020

Ever wondered how a fifty pence coin could actually be worth anywhere between £15 to £200 pounds? It could even be more if you have it in a presentation case. You might well be thinking, “I’ve got a couple of 50p’s in my wallet right now. Are they worth more than a quid?”. Probably not, but if you look on the tails side of a 50p coin you might see something interesting. If you see…

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The Annual Scourge of Hay Fever

Posted on: May 6, 2020

The spring and summer months mark the beginning of a great deal of suffering for those unfortunate enough to have hay fever. Itchy, swollen eyes, a running nose and tight chest are experienced almost daily for sufferers of the allergy. Right when we should be getting outdoors to enjoy the better weather, we are stuck inside hiding from the plants and flowers. What can be done to alleviate the symptoms? The allergy to airborne pollen…

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What should you include in your will?

Posted on: April 20, 2020

When it comes to writing your will it can be a very emotional process, thinking about what items from your estate that you want to leave to particular members of your family and how best to protect your estate for your loved ones. Working with a Will Writing Cheltenham company is the best to ensure that your will is draft and filed correctly. Image Credit There are a number of different things that you should…

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