Jul 17 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Sending Shipments Abroad this Winter: What to Look For in a Delivery Service

UK shoppers are set to dispel the economic gloom this winter, by spending more than any other European nation. This represents a significant surprise, while it has also delighted retailers who were expecting a difficult period of declining profitability. If you are one of the thousands UK residents who is looking to spend heavily this festive season, however, you will need to ensure that shipment and delivery costs do not become too overwhelming. This will require you to partner...

Jul 17 2018
by Ella |
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Clever Ways to Extend Your Home

Possibly as a result of increasing house prices, many people are finding themselves short on space yet reluctant to move. If you find that you’re among them, building an extension could be the solution. Originally posted 2015-01-09 13:27:27. Republished by Blog Post Promoter...

Jul 17 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Hitting the Sweetest Spot

Fast food chains would love to have you believe that their ‘unmistakable’ food products taste exactly the same wherever in the world you go, but the truth is that in reality there are some subtle differences. In fact, in some instances if you were blind-folded and made to taste say a popular cheeseburger from the same chain store’s different branches located in different countries, you’d not really be able to make a link between the two. Try as they may, unless it’s...

Jul 17 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Why Is Green Oak Ideal for Frame Structures?

Green oak (also known as fresh sawn oak) is unseasoned, meaning that it hasn’t been allowed to dry out since being cut. Since it will dry out over time, changing shape a little and getting thinner as it does so, it’s a material that people often avoid using. That said, green oak does come with certain advantages that make it ideal for certain projects. For example, green oak can make an excellent choice if you’re looking for frame structures, and here are just three reasons...

Jul 17 2018
by Ella |
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“Hold my hand, come on sweetie, quick, there’s a car coming, look, OK now look both ways, annnnnd is it safe? Yes. OK keep holding mummies hand darling until we’ve reached the other side, now we can cross safely…well done, good work.” Welcome to the school run. Almost every kid in town is treated to their own personalised rendition each morning. Wouldn’t it be useful to have a top five road safety tips to teach your little tyke? There are many more...

Jul 17 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Four Tips For Organizing A Busy Family Life

One kid or more, it can be difficult to manage your time, especially if you have children that are into after school activities, and you are both working parents. You don’t have to let that stress run your life, there are ways to organize all of the things that you have going on. You just need to make a plan and stick with it, and always stay positive. Originally posted 2015-12-23 10:56:30. Republished by Blog Post Promoter...

Jul 17 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Assigning Chores for an Orderly Home

Keeping up with household chores is a struggle for almost anyone, but especially for mothers of young children.  Just as soon as a room is tidied or a chore is completed, there is someone or something undoing your hard work.  You could spend all day walking around picking up after your kids- and sometimes that’s exactly what happens! Originally posted 2015-12-23 12:57:35. Republished by Blog Post Promoter...

Jul 17 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on What You Can do if Your Child is Struggling with Schoolwork

School is much harder than it used to be. This is not to excuse the younger generation’s seemingly lack of drive- what were considered “advanced lessons” during our time are now basic knowledge for our kids. Of course, this varies from school to school, but generally, education is much harder, and the atmosphere on campus is a lot more dense than it used to be. Originally posted 2015-08-10 11:50:09. Republished by Blog Post Promoter...

Jul 17 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on This year I’m going to make my kids Winter Jumpers – Here’s why

Another winter is going to be knocking on our door soon. As a parent that always did beyond the maximum for my kids I am setting up a mission called the best hand to keep you warm is mom’s hands. My mission was to make Christmas jumpers for my kids, to some this is not big challenge but to me it is the first time I am jumping into jumpers. Originally posted 2015-09-28 19:57:32. Republished by Blog Post Promoter...

Jul 17 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Help Your Family Through Grief With These Strategies

In the late 1960s, psychiatrist Elizabeth Kübler-Ross introduced the world to the five stages of grief. These stages include denial and isolation, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. For families who have experienced the sudden loss of a parent, child, grandparent, or another loved one, these stages will be quite familiar. Change of any kind can be challenging for you and your family. However, when a sudden change involves the death of a loved one, life can feel...

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