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Must Have Items & Supplies As A New Homeowner

Moving into your first home can be extremely exciting. You are out of the world of renting and into the world or mortgages. However, many first-time homeowners are not fully prepared when small projects start popping up around the house—there’s no calling maintenance for that leaking sink—which is why you should always be prepared with a few essential items. Before you go out and buy the entire home improve ...

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The Top 5 Creative Cocktails To Start 2013 With A Bang

The New Year is always party season; from Christmas, through to New Year’s Eve and beyond, you’ll have countless get-togethers and nights out and you’re going to want to stop things from going stale and samey. Trying new drinks is a good way to get things going, but it can be difficult to get excited about a cocktail that you’ve never heard of or one that sounds particularly unappetising. Thankfully, novelt ...

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Choosing A Piano? What You Need To Know

Whether it’s something you’ve wanted to do for a while, or you’ve set yourself a challenge for the New Year, learning the piano is no mean feat. But once mastered, the piano can produce the most beautiful sound and provide an enormous amount of satisfaction for the player and the listener. So, what should you know about purchasing a piano and where should you start? Here are some top tips to set you off tin ...

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4 Ways Home Security Systems Can Go Green

You obviously want your family to feel and be safe whenever they're at home. But just because you want to accomplish this goal doesn't mean that you want to waste lots of energy in the process. If you're looking for green options to help secure your home, let's look at four ways to do just that: LED Lights: If you leave your home for a vacation, you don't want it to be dark the entire time you're gone. And ...

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Dyslexia Gets The Exposure It Deserves On TV To Help Sufferers

As a SEN coordinator for over 15 years I have worked with many children diagnosed with Dyslexia. Such children have difficulty with reading, spelling and/or writing skills. For dyslexic children life at school can be a struggle and it’s my role to provide the right support to help them cope and succeed. That’s why I’m really pleased to see that the popular children’s programme Newsround has recently run a s ...

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Things You Need To Know About Panic Attack Or Panic Disorder!

Have you observed or seen someone go through some sort of extreme fear which is hard to explain? The condition is often described as panic attack. It is often described as extreme fear of something or someone that is not really an immediate threat. Now you might be wondering if it is normal? According to medical experts, the condition is called panic disorder. It is different from the normal fear and anxiet ...

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Information About Biosolids Dewatering

Biosolids management isn’t exactly a topic that most people get excited about, but it is an important part of sustainability and environmental protection.  Biosolids generally refer to either sewage or pulp and paper, and there are several different options and steps as far as management goes, including dewatering. What Is Dewatering? Biosolids dewatering is a process where the moisture content is removed f ...

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Exploring The Loire Valley From Paris

Few people realise that the centre of the Loire valley is just a one hour away from the centre of Paris. Just board the high speed rail link to Tours at 7.00 am and you will be there by 8.00 am with the whole day ahead of you to explore the Garden of France. From Tours you will be able to join one of the many day tours of the Loire by mini-bus, or simply hire a car for the day and set you own itinerary. Tou ...

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Overseas Health – A Guide for Expats

Moving overseas – the reasons for making the jump Why do people move overseas? People’s reasons for choosing to move abroad are many. Some people move to a foreign country to take up a post their employer has offered – and help develop their career into the bargain. This often happens where the destination country is a centre of excellence within the field the prospective expatriate is employed in. For inst ...

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Make Your Home A Castle – Protecting Against Sneaky Thieves

With crimes like home invasion and burglary on the rise it has never been more important to review your home security.  Don’t make it easy for criminals to access your property. Theft Costs More than Money Home theft can be a horrible crime for the victims.  Not only could you lose your valuable and sentimental possessions but you will also have to live with the knowledge that your home has been invaded.  Y ...

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