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Kymberly Fergusson (nifwlseirff)

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Freelance writer, teacher and photographer.

Eternally curious, eternally learning.

I regularly lose myself in books, cooking, music and tea. Languages and cultures fascinate me, especially Japanese.

Health, weight loss and fitness are important to me, as I battle a number of chronic illnesses.

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  • Music in Piano no Mori
    2

    Music in Piano no Mori

    3 months ago

    Piano no Mori anime follows the lives of two brilliant elementary school-aged pianists as they develop both a rivalry and friendship and navigate the world of classical piano competitions.

  • Playing Piano with Wrist Pain
    1

    Playing Piano with Wrist Pain

    3 months ago

    Synovitis can ruin a piano-player's career. Here's how I (mostly) recovered and got back to the keys, with gentle repertoire suggestions that I enjoy playing.

  • Orange Cranberry Bundt Cake
    1

    Orange Cranberry Bundt Cake

    5 months ago

    Orange cakes are a family favorite and I get requested to make this orange cranberry bundt several times a year - it's a winning recipe!

  • How to Use Herbs and Spices
    4

    How to Use Herbs and Spices

    6 months ago

    Want to dazzle your friends and family with your incredible talent for using herbs and spices? Here's how!

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    Tasmanian Wedgetailed Eagles
    6

    Tasmanian Wedgetailed Eagles

    5 months ago

    The Tasmanian Wedge-tailed Eagles, a subspecies of the Australian mainland's Wedgetails, are threatened by logging and mining.

  • Can I Travel Alone in Japan?
    10

    Can I Travel Alone in Japan?

    3 months ago

    Traveling alone in Japan provides much more flexibility than a tour group, you get to see what you want to see, for as long as you want!

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    How to Move House with Chronic Pain
    2

    How to Move House with Chronic Pain

    6 weeks ago

    Pain is hard to deal with in the best of time. But during a move? Nigh impossible, right? Wrong. Here's how to make your move easier, even while you deal with chronic pain.

  • Piano Music in Nodame Cantabile
    14

    Piano Music in Nodame Cantabile

    5 months ago

    Do you want to play piano like Nodame, but are having trouble finding all the sheet music? Here is a collection of the featured piano music in the anime and live-action drama Nodame Cantabile.

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    Costochondritis and Exercise
    38

    Costochondritis and Exercise

    5 months ago

    It can be difficult to exercise with costochondritis - chest wall pain. Find out which movements to avoid, and which stretches and exercises will help!

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    Best Apps for Learning Japanese
    10

    Best Apps for Learning Japanese

    5 months ago

    Using apps to help you learn Japanese keeps your motivation up and helps you learn more quickly. Use this list to grab the best Japanese language apps for iPhone and Android.

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    Top 5 Music Education Blogs
    2

    Top 5 Music Education Blogs

    5 months ago

    The best music education bloggers, helping students, performers and teachers succeed and reach their dreams.

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    Simple Mahjong Rules for 3 or 4 Players
    8

    Simple Mahjong Rules for 3 or 4 Players

    5 months ago

    Simple house rules makes a game of mahjong faster and more enjoyable, with easy-to-calculate scores. These house rules are great with 3 or 4 players!

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    Digital Clutter - Are You an Electronic Packrat?
    9

    Digital Clutter - Are You an Electronic Packrat?

    4 months ago

    An uncluttered computer or mobile device runs faster, and you spend less time searching for and organizing your digital information. Read on to learn how to get control of your digital clutter!

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    Clear the Clutter
    11

    Clear the Clutter

    3 months ago

    Clutter saps your time, energy and money, leaving you feeling overwhelmed and stressed. Learn how to fight the clutter monster and reclaim your happiness!

  • How to Take Better Winter Photos
    11

    How to Take Better Winter Photos

    4 months ago

    Winter is known as the most difficult season to photograph, with snow playing havoc with color and brightness. Follow these tips to get great winter shots!

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    Dark Chocolate Cake with a Kahlua Glaze
    11

    Dark Chocolate Cake with a Kahlua Glaze

    6 months ago

    This rich dark chocolate bundt cake, with flecks of chocolate, smothered in a delicious, strong coffee-Kahlua syrup is a perfect and elegant dessert!

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    Which DSLR Lens Should I Get?
    3

    Which DSLR Lens Should I Get?

    4 months ago

    Are you overwhelmed by the choice of digital SLR lenses? Follow this guide to make your choices easy and painless, and avoid costly wrong purchases!

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    Buying a DSLR Camera
    7

    Buying a DSLR Camera

    5 months ago

    Are you overwhelmed with the choices when upgrading to a digital SLR camera? Read this guide to choosing a DSLR camera body and lenses!

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    The Best Plastic-Free Kettle - Healthy and Stylish
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    The Best Plastic-Free Kettle - Healthy and Stylish

    6 months ago

    A plastic-free kettle can protect you from BPA leaching into boiling water. An all metal kettle is a stylish addition to any kitchen!

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    How to Make a Simple Patchwork Quilt
    9

    How to Make a Simple Patchwork Quilt

    6 months ago

    A first patchwork quilt is a daunting project for many quilters - but it doesn't need to be! You can make a beautiful quilt quickly, by crafting your own block layout and quilting in a simple design.

  • Endometriosis Medications
    3

    Endometriosis Medications

    2 weeks ago

    Endometriosis affects 10% or more of women worldwide. Many different medications are used to treat the symptoms, and shrink endometrial lesions, although there are no known cures yet.

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    Leipzig Zoo - Zoo of the Future
    3

    Leipzig Zoo - Zoo of the Future

    5 months ago

    The Leipzig Zoo is a great 1-2 day experience for adults and children alike. With themed exhibits, great viewing areas, restaurants and children's activities, it's a must-see destination in Leipzig. This 'zoo of the...

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    McKenzie Exercises to Reduce Back Pain
    16

    McKenzie Exercises to Reduce Back Pain

    5 months ago

    McKenzies Method exercises and stretches are a great way to combat lower back pain from bulging / herniated discs and compressed sciatic nerves.

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    How to Take Stunning Autumn Photos
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    How to Take Stunning Autumn Photos

    8 months ago

    Follow these top 10 tips for both point-and-shoot and DSLR photography to capture fall in all its gorgeous color.

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    Apple Cake Recipe with a Rum Glaze
    25

    Apple Cake Recipe with a Rum Glaze

    6 months ago

    Warm up in the cooler weather with a rum-soaked apple cake. Apples are in season in autumn, and make a beautiful and delicious bundt cake!

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    How to Take Great Bird Photos
    9

    How to Take Great Bird Photos

    5 months ago

    Frustrated with always snapping blurry bird photos? Follow these tips to capture beautiful bird pics, even with point and shoot cameras.

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    Seed Saving: Beans
    7

    Seed Saving: Beans

    3 months ago

    Do you want to save money on your vegetable garden seeds next season? Easy! Save your own seeds! Beans are one of the easiest seeds to collect from your own garden for beginner seed-savers.

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    Travel to Margaret River, Australia
    5

    Travel to Margaret River, Australia

    4 months ago

    Margaret River - surrounded by wineries, national parks with soaring native trees, gourmet produce factories and with more than its fair share of gorgeous, deserted and pristine beaches. These are the best picks (and...

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    How to Clean a Japanese Katana and Saya
    3

    How to Clean a Japanese Katana and Saya

    2 years ago

    Rust loves the high-carbon steel of katana blades, so they need to be cleaned and protected regularly. Here's how to keep your katana and saya in top condition.

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    Honey Orange Roasted Chicken Recipe
    2

    Honey Orange Roasted Chicken Recipe

    6 months ago

    Don't want to spend much time, but want a delicious and healthy meal? This orange roast chicken is quick to prepare, cooks without supervision, and looks like it is from a gourmet kitchen!

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    Example Late Work Policies for Teachers
    2

    Example Late Work Policies for Teachers

    2 years ago

    A consistent and clear late submission policy can improve classroom morale, prevent arguments, and make dealing with the regular piles of marking much less stressful. If your school or co-teachers do not have a late...

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    Will Endometriosis Go Away?
    11

    Will Endometriosis Go Away?

    3 months ago

    It doesn't go away. And in fact, if you ignore endometriosis, it will continue to grow and can seriously damage multiple organs in the abdominal cavity.

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    Idiopathic Pain - What It Is And How to Manage It
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    Idiopathic Pain - What It Is And How to Manage It

    17 months ago

    Idiopathic pain is long term pain with no detectable cause. However a variety of treatments may reduce this chronic pain to a manageable level.

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    How to Grade Assignments Faster
    11

    How to Grade Assignments Faster

    3 months ago

    Grading writing assignments is one of the more time consuming and thankless tasks of teaching. These tips and techniques will help you power through your piles of papers faster!

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    Difficulties and Rewards of Teaching Seniors
    5

    Difficulties and Rewards of Teaching Seniors

    5 months ago

    Teaching old dogs new tricks requires some patience, and an understanding of the difficulties that senior students face. Classes for seniors are also very rewarding - both for the teacher and the students!

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    Working Despite Chronic Pain
    3

    Working Despite Chronic Pain

    4 months ago

    Between 10% and 55% of the world's population suffer chronic pain, and many of these people still work and study. Learn how you can manage your pain levels at work and school.

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    Reduce Pain Naturally
    6

    Reduce Pain Naturally

    3 months ago

    Learn how to manage chronic pain, with tips for your mind and your body. Actively seek to reduce your pain and stress, increase happiness and enjoy life!

  • Tomato Pie Recipe
    9

    Tomato Pie Recipe

    6 months ago

    Vine ripened tomatoes, vintage parmesan cheese, sauteed vegetables, and fresh, home-grown herbs combine to make a delicious summer pie.

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    Costochondritis Treatments: Chest Pain Relief
    94

    Costochondritis Treatments: Chest Pain Relief

    5 months ago

    When the pain of costochondritis flares, it can feel like a heart attack. Once cardiac causes have been ruled out, you are often just given a prescription. Try some of these other treatment options to heal and prevent...

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    Manage Fibromyalgia at Work
    3

    Manage Fibromyalgia at Work

    3 months ago

    Working with fibromyalgia, having a successful career, is possible! Learn how to save energy, be productive and more healthy in the workplace.

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    How to Get Things Done with Fibromyalgia
    13

    How to Get Things Done with Fibromyalgia

    3 months ago

    Fibromyalgia sufferers are expected by many to be as productive as healthy people, despite dealing with constant pain and mental fogginess. These productivity tips can help fibromites manage their daily lives more...

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    How to Make Healthy Meals on a Budget
    9

    How to Make Healthy Meals on a Budget

    6 months ago

    Do you want to reduce costs or stick to your budget, but still eat healthily? Learn to prepare healthy meals even when grocery prices are rising!

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    Backstage Photos from the Leipzig Opera
    2

    Backstage Photos from the Leipzig Opera

    23 months ago

    The Leipzig Opera House runs regular house tours, allowing visitors access to the stage, backstage, costume storage and much more. For those who can't visit in person, here is a virtual tour!

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    How to Make a Cross Stitch Pillow
    6

    How to Make a Cross Stitch Pillow

    5 months ago

    A more casual alternative to a traditional frame, a pillow or cushion cover with a 'fabric frame' is a great way to display your completed cross stitch projects!

  • The Best Fish Soup Recipe - French-Style
    5

    The Best Fish Soup Recipe - French-Style

    6 months ago

    A hearty and warming soup, with loads of fresh vegetables, herbs and spices. Great all year around, and freezes perfectly for a quick meal!

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    Tangy Lemon and Lime Cake Recipe
    5

    Tangy Lemon and Lime Cake Recipe

    5 months ago

    Want a change from your standard lemon cake? Add a tangy lime glaze and candied lime peel for a stunning dessert cake. Dressed to kill and a flavor to die for!

  • Orange Marmalade or Compote with Vanilla
    1

    Orange Marmalade or Compote with Vanilla

    6 months ago

    Worried about a marmalade that refuses to set? Turn it into compote! This delicious orange vanilla compote is wonderful as a dessert, snack or with vanilla yoghurt for breakfast.

  • Orange Vanilla Bean Syrup
    8

    Orange Vanilla Bean Syrup

    6 months ago

    This syrup is fantastic on pancakes, as a glaze on cakes, with mineral water for a refreshing summer drink, and even as a hot drink!

  • Strawberry Muffin Recipe
    8

    Strawberry Muffin Recipe

    6 months ago

    Packed with vitamin C, strawberries are a summer treat. Fresh strawberries pair perfectly in muffin form with a crunchy walnut crumble topping - they won't last long!

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    Toffee Apple Cake Recipe
    15

    Toffee Apple Cake Recipe

    6 months ago

    This toffee apple cake with walnuts is a sweet and flavorful dessert cake - a hit with adults and children alike!

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    How to Dye Your Hair Purple or Dark Blue
    17

    How to Dye Your Hair Purple or Dark Blue

    6 months ago

    Do you want to stand out from the crowd? Are you bored with natural hair colors? Here's how to get long-lasting results with blue and purple hair colors from Fudge.

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    Indian Tomato Mint Salad Recipe
    14

    Indian Tomato Mint Salad Recipe

    6 months ago

    Bored of your average salad offerings at barbecues and picnics? Want to avoid unhealthy salad dressings? This tomato salad is naturally fat-free, and super-tasty!

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    How to Plan a Small Garden
    11

    How to Plan a Small Garden

    3 months ago

    Have only a small area and want a garden? You can grow almost anything in containers or in a small space, with a little planning and care. Follow these steps to plan your perfect little garden!

  • Things to do in Leipzig: Notenspur music trail
    3

    Things to do in Leipzig: Notenspur music trail

    14 months ago

    Follow a trail through music history around Leipzig in Germany. Steeped in classical music, famous composers and musicians, the city is applying for UNESCO World Heritage Listing for their fascinating music sites.

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    How to Teach an English Conversation Class
    16

    How to Teach an English Conversation Class

    3 months ago

    Conversation classes are often unplanned and structure-less, or fall into the trap of patterned role-plays. Learn how to plan realistic and useful conversation lessons for your students.

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    How to Take Better Tree and Plant Photos
    12

    How to Take Better Tree and Plant Photos

    5 months ago

    It is easy to ignore trees or the non-flowery parts of plants when looking for subjects to photograph. These tips will help you capture the best photos of plants and trees, no matter which camera you have!

  • Medications for Sciatic Pain
    31

    Medications for Sciatic Pain

    3 months ago

    An overview and detailed look at the range of medications available to treat sciatica.

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    Downshifting: How to Achieve Work Life Balance
    14

    Downshifting: How to Achieve Work Life Balance

    5 months ago

    Downshifting is a gradual process to find a work-life balance that fits you and your family best. Each person's path will be different - there is no right or wrong. Downshift to find the most healthy, happy and...

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    Nikko, Japan - Tamozawa Imperial Villa
    0

    Nikko, Japan - Tamozawa Imperial Villa

    4 months ago

    Tamozawa Imperial Villa is a beautifully restored mansion, used by the imperial family. As the only surviving Imperial residence from the Meiji villa, it should not be missed when visiting Nikko.

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    Top 3 Music Anime
    3

    Top 3 Music Anime

    3 months ago

    To maintain interest and enthusiasm for learning an instrument, it is important to find inspiration. These three slice-of-life anime follow the budding classical musicians, from elementary school age through to...

  • Healthy Baked Chicken and Asparagus
    18

    Healthy Baked Chicken and Asparagus

    6 months ago

    This easy and healthy casserole is made with fresh, nutritious asparagus, white radish, onions, thinly sliced proscuito and low-fat chicken breasts.

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    How to Lose Weight With Chronic Pain
    4

    How to Lose Weight With Chronic Pain

    5 months ago

    Losing weight and becoming fit requires a lot of inner strength, especially when in chronic pain. Often, the people who should be the greatest source of support, sabotage and demotivate.

  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
    Business Skills for Teachers
    4

    Business Skills for Teachers

    3 months ago

    Teachers use business skills constantly - leadership, communication, marketing, presentation and organization are all necessary to plan and run classes effectively.

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    How to Frame Your Cross Stitch
    30

    How to Frame Your Cross Stitch

    6 months ago

    By cleaning and framing your finished needlework projects yourself, you ensure they are properly framed and cared for, and save a lot of money on professional framing!

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    The Best Waterfalls in Nikko, Japan
    6

    The Best Waterfalls in Nikko, Japan

    18 months ago

    Nikko in Tochigi prefecture is known for temples and shrines, but also for being surrounded by many stunning waterfalls.

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    Fruit Bun Recipe
    4

    Fruit Bun Recipe

    5 months ago

    Easy, sweet fruit buns, perfect for breakfast or morning tea, and as hot cross buns. With spice infused milk and your favorite dried fruits, these are worlds better than their factory made cousins!

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    Kale Recipe Collection
    6

    Kale Recipe Collection

    2 months ago

    A cool-weather super-food, kale is packed with vitamins. Enjoy it raw in salads, braised or stir-fried as a side dish, or incorporate it into a fantastic vegetable pie.

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    Organic vs. Free Range vs. Cage Free Eggs
    63

    Organic vs. Free Range vs. Cage Free Eggs

    5 months ago

    Which eggs are better: organic, pastured, free range, cage-free or battery eggs? A number of factors contribute to the answer: nutrition, contamination risks, animal welfare and environmental impact.

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    Health Effects of Beer
    29

    Health Effects of Beer

    6 months ago

    Beer, in moderation, is a healthy addition to your diet. But you do need to weigh in the negatives before drinking a bottle every day!

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    3 Healthy Recipes Using 1lb of Ground Beef
    7

    3 Healthy Recipes Using 1lb of Ground Beef

    6 months ago

    Many ground beef recipes are high in fat and cholesterol. These top three recipes add a pile of healthy vegetables, spices and herbs. Try one of these three, enjoy a healthy meal and save some money - vegetable-laden...

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    Lime Juice Benefits
    27

    Lime Juice Benefits

    6 months ago

    Limes are packed with vitamin C - important for your immune system, especially in the cold and flu season. But lime juice has also been shown in medical studies to fight more serious illnesses, such as malaria,...

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    Sciatic Pain—Natural Treatments & Home Remedies
    120

    Sciatic Pain—Natural Treatments & Home Remedies

    2 months ago

    Lower back pain affects more than 80% of people at some point in their life. It hurts to sit, walk, and lay in bed. These natural treatments are effective and can be done easily in your own home.

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    Natural Joint Pain Relief
    17

    Natural Joint Pain Relief

    5 months ago

    Joint pain, caused by a myriad of health problems, can be debilitating and relief is hard to achieve. Find a natural joint pain solution that works for you.

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    Is it Safe to Eat Raw Eggs?
    35

    Is it Safe to Eat Raw Eggs?

    6 months ago

    Raw eggs are as safe as any other foodstuff, providing that they are handled following hygienic food-safety standards.

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    How to Take a Photo with a Blurred Background
    33

    How to Take a Photo with a Blurred Background

    2 months ago

    Blur the background in photos, and you will make your subjects stand out, focus your viewer's attention and make your photos look more professional. Perfect for portrait or macro photography.

  • How to Recover From Burnout
    8

    How to Recover From Burnout

    4 months ago

    Freelancers more often burnout than employed workers, although all are at risk. Learn how to notice the symptoms, and what you can do to recover and prevent work-induced exhaustion and illness.

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    Best Hiking Apps
    6

    Best Hiking Apps

    5 months ago

    Four great apps and websites to track your hikes using iPhones, Android phones, and other smartphones.

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    How to Relearn the Piano After Not Playing for a Long Time
    24

    How to Relearn the Piano After Not Playing for a Long Time

    5 months ago

    Returning and re-learning the piano can be frustrating. These tips will help increase motivation and enjoyment, and prevent burn-out.

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    How to Take Great Insect and Spider Photos
    13

    How to Take Great Insect and Spider Photos

    5 months ago

    Photographing insects and spiders is both fascinating and scary. For many, it is as much an exercise in overcoming fear, as it is to capture a great photo.

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    6 Tips to Take Better Flower Photos
    24

    6 Tips to Take Better Flower Photos

    5 months ago

    Flower photography has a reputation for being either easy as walking, or exceptionally difficult. However, patience, balance, a good eye for detail, and a willingness to take and process many photos, are the most...

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    How to Summarize and Paraphrase
    4

    How to Summarize and Paraphrase

    4 months ago

    Summarizing and paraphrasing are important everyday skills, that make studying and working much easier. These skills can be learned and improved upon with a little practice.

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    Hobbits and Their Love of Food
    26

    Hobbits and Their Love of Food

    4 months ago

    The hobbits approach to food is easy to follow - home-grown, local and organic food, and lots of it! These are a few of my thoughts.

  • Magnetosphere, the iTunes Music Visualizer
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    Magnetosphere, the iTunes Music Visualizer

    4 months ago

    Music visualization can be simple or beautifully complex. See how you can control Magnetosphere, the music visualizer in iTunes, and watch your music dance with multicoloured stars around planets and through nebulae.

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    Pineapple Fruit Cake Recipe
    11

    Pineapple Fruit Cake Recipe

    6 months ago

    A delicious, moist and easy to make fruitcake. Perfect for Christmas or any other time of year!

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    Homemade Cleaning Products
    11

    Homemade Cleaning Products

    3 months ago

    Trying to save money, my health and help the environment means simplifying and cleaning up my cleaning supplies.

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    Traditional Japanese Kimono Fabrics
    10

    Traditional Japanese Kimono Fabrics

    5 months ago

    Kimonos are the traditional dress of Japan. Traditionally hand made from silk, modern kimonos are now often made from easy-care fabrics that are easier, faster and less expensive to manufacture.

  • 6 Ways to Save Money with Twitter
    12

    6 Ways to Save Money with Twitter

    4 months ago

    There are a number of ways to save money using Twitter. One that is not often considered by smartphone users, is using Twitter instead of writing text messages (SMS).

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    Vitamin D Deficiency and Pain
    11

    Vitamin D Deficiency and Pain

    5 months ago

    Research is currently divided, the link between chronic pain and vitamin D is not yet proven. However, chronic pain sufferers may benefit from vitamin D supplements, if tests show they are deficient.

  • How To Take Stunning Sunset Photos
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    How To Take Stunning Sunset Photos

    5 months ago

    To pay attention to sunsets is to pay attention to the moment, noticing how light plays over the scene, how details are hidden in shadow, and how colours create a jewel-toned rainbow across the sky.

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