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How To Wash Kids’ Sport and Activity Wear

We all know that kids love playing outdoors, and like nothing better than a bit of rough and tumble in a field or playground. This can however be tough on their clothes, with mud, grass and blood stains all common on kids’ sport and activity wear. Thankfully though, these stains can be treated relatively easy with the right know how, and so needn’t cause too many sleepless nights. For persistent grass and m ...

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The Importance of Family Values In Indian Weddings

In India, the importance of wedding can never be belittled, nor is it ever done in a frugal way. However, insufficient the funds may be, the parents of the bride leave no stone unturned to get her married off to a respectable family. It is also worth noting that arranged Indian weddings are still happening in a big way. However, westernised India may be and whatever modern cultures may seep in through the g ...

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Budgeting Tools To Help The Cash-Strapped Mum

Being a Mum can be tough at the best of times. But when you have multiple mouths to feed and a minimal cash flow to run off of, ‘tough’ can be a massive understatement. But don’t panic. There is a light at the end of the tunnel - and it comes in the form of online budgeting tools. Often, it can be hard to keep track of your expenses when you have so many other things you need to keep an eye on also. For ins ...

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8 Tips to Make Face Painting Easy and Fun

Face painting is a great activity to keep your kids and their friends entertained. A colourful painted face can also brighten up and complete that fancy dress costume for school or a friend's party. Here are eight tips to make your face painting session successful, stress-free, and fun! 1) Buy – or make – good quality face paints There are many reasons to buy good face paints that will counterbalance the co ...

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My Misadventure In The Great Outdoors

Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better. –Albert Einstein We all make mistakes… right? It can spawn from seemingly anywhere. Frankly it’s for the better, as without mistakes, without trial and error, we wouldn’t have much to learn. And what better way is there to learn than through sheer and unadulterated adversity? It’s the greatest teacher of all. Of course I have to say some ...

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How Do Married Couples Stay In Love

It is easy to fall in love, but to stay in love requires more hard work and patience. Saying “I do” takes just a few seconds, but talking about problems and fixing them may take days, months, or even years to solve, if never. Some couples raise their hands up and give up, because it is easier to say “It’s over” rather than take the hard road of learning and acceptance. Getting married is not like a fairy ta ...

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Maternity Leave: Standard Time Off & More

Maternity leave marks an incredibly joyful time in a woman's life. Unfortunately, it can be riddled with stress depending upon the benefits her employer can provide, which tend to vary widely from company to company. There are, however, some basic legal requirements that all employers must adhere to. Here, we'll address what an employer's responsibilities include in terms of maternity leave coverage, as wel ...

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Lives Transformed: The Children Of Plastic Surgery

Imagine waking up to the sound of rockets crashing into nearby buildings, the constant rattle of machine gun fire, the acrid smell of smoke from burning buildings and the wail of human suffering. Imagine that this happens, not just one morning, but most mornings of your life. Consider how it would feel to have your family torn apart by war and then your own face disfigured by shrapnel, your fingers blown of ...

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Tell-tale Signs Your Parents May Need Care

Tell-tale Signs Your Parents May Need Care You are more than likely to realise when your parent is truly unable to look after themselves, however, many elderly people can actually hide the real truth about their health from their loved ones for a long time. This is because they fear losing their own home, their independence and privacy, as well as having the fear of being ‘abandoned’ in a care home. Despite ...

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Planning Short Walks For The Whole Family To Enjoy

Getting outdoors and enjoying a bit of exercise is a lot more rewarding than just sitting in front of the TV all evening. Going out for a short walk – even if it is just for an hour and a half - is something that even young children can benefit from and enjoy. It also gives you a bit of quality time together as a family; but is an activity it doesn’t require a lot of complicated planning. Here are some tips ...

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