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Emma Kisby (Emma Harvey)

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  • How to Make Sweet Cone Party Favours
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    How to Make Sweet Cone Party Favours

    11 months ago

    Make pretty, colourful sweet cones for your party, occasion, or as a gift. A simple and cost-effective idea that is more personal than a party bag!

  • Safeguarding the Elderly from Abuse
    6

    Safeguarding the Elderly from Abuse

    11 months ago

    How to recognise the signs and symptoms of elder abuse in our care. What to do if you suspect it and understanding what abuse actually is.

  • Ice Cream
    15

    Ice Cream "99" Cupcakes Recipe

    11 months ago

    Make these ice cream cone cupcakes for a taste of heaven. They look amazing and are simple to make, and they do not contain ice cream!

  • Grow Long and Healthy Nails
    2

    Grow Long and Healthy Nails

    11 months ago

    Look after your nails to ensure they grow in a healthy way and look gorgeous. Your diet and lifestyle can improve the appearance and growth.

  • Make Hand Made Lavender Soap
    9

    Make Hand Made Lavender Soap

    11 months ago

    Natural home made soap can be created by using ingredients from your garden. Try drying out scented lavender for a piece of luxury in your bathroom.

  • No-Bake Fridge Flapjacks Recipe
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    No-Bake Fridge Flapjacks Recipe

    11 months ago

    Make these easy no bake flapjacks for a quick energy boost. They are cheap to make and just need to be chilled in the fridge. The result is lovely chewy, tasty flapjacks!

  • How to Make Pasta with a Pasta Machine
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    How to Make Pasta with a Pasta Machine

    11 months ago

    Make your own pasta at home. It's cheap and tastes great. A pasta machine is a great thing to have and making pasta is easy and really fun!

  • Activities for those with Dementia
    8

    Activities for those with Dementia

    11 months ago

    Dementia comes in many different forms and affects people differently. Stimulating dementia patients to put their needs and quality of life is vital but finding the right activity can be a challenge.

  • Relieving Muscle Cramps
    3

    Relieving Muscle Cramps

    11 months ago

    Skeletal muscle cramps can be very common but also very uncomfortable. It may be leg cramp or cramp at night that you suffer with. There are ways to find out why it is happening and the relief for it.

  • Make Your Own Concrete Planter
    6

    Make Your Own Concrete Planter

    11 months ago

    Make your own planter out of concrete and plastic pots or containers. An easy and cheap way to brighten up your garden.

  • What to do with Avocados
    13

    What to do with Avocados

    11 months ago

    Avocados are delicious and full of nutrients. They are a great treat and they have other uses too!

  • Coconut and Banana Cake Recipe
    6

    Coconut and Banana Cake Recipe

    11 months ago

    Try this rich yet easy coconut and banana cake recipe. Use ingredients you have in your store cupboard. You can even make it lactose free!

  • How to Make Italian Gnocchi from Scratch
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    How to Make Italian Gnocchi from Scratch

    11 months ago

    Have a go at making your own Italian Gnocchi. This recipe has simple ingredients, but it may take practice.

  • Using Wall Stencils to Update a Radiator
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    Using Wall Stencils to Update a Radiator

    11 months ago

    Do you want to know how to make your own stencils for wall art? It is cheaper and you can customise the size and design. Use it to transform and decorate your ugly radiator for a unique new look.

  • Ways to Help Damaged Hair
    10

    Ways to Help Damaged Hair

    11 months ago

    Protecting your hair from damage can reduce breakage and split ends. Looking after your locks can make it look healthy and conditioned. Simple steps can stop your hair from looking dull and fried.

  • How to Prevent Hospital Infections
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    How to Prevent Hospital Infections

    11 months ago

    If we are staying or visiting a hospital it is important to be aware of hospital acquired infections. Super bugs and other infections can be picked up, but precautions can be made to avoid the spread.

  • Easy Sweet Chili Marinade Recipe
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    Easy Sweet Chili Marinade Recipe

    11 months ago

    Marinading your chicken or meat can be quick and simple to do. Cooking with a sweet chili recipe is a tasty meal for all the family. Experiment with different ingredients and enjoy.

  • Increase the Value of Your Home with Home Improvements
    4

    Increase the Value of Your Home with Home Improvements

    11 months ago

    If you are selling your house and want a good price, think about small improvements that could make a big difference. Decorating and extending can impress buyers and show off the best of your home.

  • How to Make Healthy Snacks for Kids
    2

    How to Make Healthy Snacks for Kids

    11 months ago

    Trying to get your kids to eat healthy food can be a challenge. But by getting them involved and making food more interesting you may be able to tempt them. Try out some tasty ideas.

  • How to Flip Pancakes
    4

    How to Flip Pancakes

    11 months ago

    Pancakes are not just for Pancake Day. Shrove Tuesday is the day we traditionally have pancakes as the lead up to Lent. Cooking and flipping pancakes takes practice, but it is easy to do.

  • Brulee Topped Rice Pudding Recipe
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    Brulee Topped Rice Pudding Recipe

    11 months ago

    Make this delicious brulee rice pudding recipe dish. It gives traditional rice pudding a twist, and it can be served up after meals or at dinner parties. Use a blowtorch or hot grill for an easy caramelised topping.

  • How to Keep Your Home Warm Without a Heater
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    How to Keep Your Home Warm Without a Heater

    11 months ago

    How do we keep our homes warm during the cold winter months? Heating a house which is not fully insulated can mean loss of heat and energy. There are a number of ways to keep warm indoors. Some are inexpensive and quite simple.

  • How to Make Your Own Wedding Keepsake Box
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    How to Make Your Own Wedding Keepsake Box

    5 months ago

    A keepsake memory box is a lovely idea to remember your wedding by. Items leading up to the big day and keepsakes from the day itself are nice to keep. Make a special box and put in special things to look back on in years to come.

  • New Furby 2012 - What Does it Do?
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    New Furby 2012 - What Does it Do?

    4 years ago

    Love it or loathe it, the New Furby is the in-toy. Small children will learn to play with the Furby which has a mind of it's own. They can feed it, play music to it and learn how to translate from Furbish to English.

  • Making Mulled Wine
    14

    Making Mulled Wine

    5 years ago

    Enjoy the holidays by offering mulled wine to friends and family. Perfect at Christmas time, New Year or just on a cold night to keep you warm by the fire. Make your own version rather than buying ready made bottles to suit your own taste.

  • Do It Yourself Christmas Decorations
    12

    Do It Yourself Christmas Decorations

    5 years ago

    Have fun and make Christmas decorations at home. Get the kids involved to make your tree decorations personal, cheap but traditional.

  • How to Make a Gingerbread Christmas Village
    14

    How to Make a Gingerbread Christmas Village

    5 years ago

    Do you want to know how to make a gingerbread house and put a village together? Gingerbread is simple to make and you can make your own village. Decorate as you like and it is perfect for Christmas!

  • Give Personalised Christmas Gifts
    10

    Give Personalised Christmas Gifts

    5 years ago

    If you are stuck for Christmas present ideas, why not make it a bit more personal? Rather than buying random gifts, make up ideas which your family will love.

  • Glastonbury Cider Bus Cider
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    Glastonbury Cider Bus Cider

    5 years ago

    If you are heading to Glastonbury Festival, check out the cider from the famous cider bus. The Burrow Hill cider and the hot and spicy variety are as unique as the bus itself.

  • Make Your Own Father Christmas Ornament
    8

    Make Your Own Father Christmas Ornament

    5 years ago

    Make a Santa Claus decoration this Christmas using cheap materials around the home. It is fun and easy and great for the kids!

  • Encouraging Weight Gain for the Elderly
    2

    Encouraging Weight Gain for the Elderly

    5 years ago

    If an elderly person begins to lose weight, you need a way to help them gain it again. It isn't easy if someone doesn't want to eat or has a medical problem. You may need to address the issue or find ways to get those extra calories into them.

  • How to Make Your Own Decorative Wreath
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    How to Make Your Own Decorative Wreath

    5 years ago

    A Christmas wreath on your front door can make your home look festive. Make your own by using sprigs, pine cones and materials around the house. This wreath looks natural and has a wonderful scent of pine and lavender.

  • Magimix 1.1 Ice Cream Maker Review
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    Magimix 1.1 Ice Cream Maker Review

    5 years ago

    A helpful review of the Magimix 1.1 Le Glacier Ice Cream Maker. Tips on how to use and store your Magimix and verdicts on some of the recipes it comes with.

  • Wedding Day Beauty Advice for Brides
    8

    Wedding Day Beauty Advice for Brides

    5 years ago

    Every bride to be wants to look amazing on their wedding day. They may want a clearer complexion or a flatter tummy to feel confident. Get some beauty tips and tricks to be a beautiful bride.

  • Baby Proofing Your Home
    10

    Baby Proofing Your Home

    5 years ago

    Making your home safe for a baby on the move is important. They can get into things and put small objects in their mouths. Knowing where to start and what safety equipment is available can be a big help to parents and childminders.

  • Sensory Rooms for Children with Special Needs
    2

    Sensory Rooms for Children with Special Needs

    5 years ago

    sensory rooms are calming and relaxing environments designed for special needs children and adults with disabilities. The use of light, smell, taste and touch help with learning and concentration and can be very beneficial for users.

  • How to Hand Out Healthy Alternative Treats for Halloween
    4

    How to Hand Out Healthy Alternative Treats for Halloween

    5 years ago

    Halloween is all about Trick or Treat. But the treat doesn't necessarily have to be a sugary sweet. You can give healthier gifts to party guests and trick-or-treaters who come to your door.

  • How to Quickly Tidy a Messy Bedroom
    2

    How to Quickly Tidy a Messy Bedroom

    21 months ago

    Kids can be pretty untidy, especially when it comes to their bedroom! It's not always easy to prompt them to clean up, and then we end up doing it all. But if we can find quick ways to tidy up and get a little help may make things a lot less stressful.

  • Clean your House with Natural Cleaning Products
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    Clean your House with Natural Cleaning Products

    5 years ago

    Be good to yourself and the environment when you clean, and use chemical free products. You can actually use items from your kitchen cupboards to clean your home. They are effective and natural and always available to use!

  • Personalize your Wedding with Traditions, Colors and Themes
    4

    Personalize your Wedding with Traditions, Colors and Themes

    5 years ago

    If you are planning a wedding, have you considered your themes? Will you be traditional or personalize your wedding day to suit your personalities? There is a lot to think about and some great ideas.

  • Things to do With a Pumpkin
    10

    Things to do With a Pumpkin

    5 years ago

    October 31st is Halloween. A date associated with trick or treat and of course pumpkins. Pumpkins are so versatile you can use them for many things. Try these ideas!

  • How do You Make Your Own Baby Food?
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    How do You Make Your Own Baby Food?

    3 years ago

    If your baby is ready for weaning, you have a challenge ahead! It can be trial and error, but by making your own baby food, your baby can try different flavours. There are many advantages to making your own baby food, so find out how to do it!

  • Anemia Signs and Symptoms
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    Anemia Signs and Symptoms

    4 years ago

    Anemia is when the body is low in the mineral iron. There are many symptoms which can be damaging to health, which is why it is important to keep iron levels up.

  • What Are the Best Exercises to Lose Weight?
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    What Are the Best Exercises to Lose Weight?

    11 months ago

    If you want to start up an exercise program to lose weight, you'll need to find the right exercise for you. If you are struggling to shift the pounds but are already exercising, there may be a solution.

  • Slow Cooker Beef Casserole
    4

    Slow Cooker Beef Casserole

    5 years ago

    If you have a slow cooker pushed to the back of your cupboard, why not get it out and use it? Making slow cooked beef casserole and in fact other dishes too can be great for busy lives. They can be cooked in advance and can be healthy as well as being good if you are on a budget.

  • Recipes for Bread and Butter Pudding
    13

    Recipes for Bread and Butter Pudding

    5 years ago

    Bread and butter pudding is an old British classic. It's hearty, comforting and brings back childhood memories. It is great when you are on a budget too. You can also vary the recipe and make it modern. Try some of these ideas!

  • Recipes for Over Ripe Bananas
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    Recipes for Over Ripe Bananas

    6 years ago

    Food which goes to waste can be a real pain. We spend money in the supermarkets only to throw away what we can't eat. Bananas are one food I have in the house which always turn black. But instead of throwing in the compost, why not try out some recipes...

  • Ways to Turn a Breech Baby
    0

    Ways to Turn a Breech Baby

    5 years ago

    If you are pregnant and you find out your baby is breech, there may be ways to turn him the right way around. There are natural and safe methods, and hopefully your baby will move before your due date!

  • Day Trips from Sorrento, Italy
    12

    Day Trips from Sorrento, Italy

    5 years ago

    If you fancy venturing to the Amalfi Coast in Italy, Sorrento is an attractive spot. There are so many beautiful places which surround it too. Here is a guide of a few places to see.

  • What Are Good Carbohydrates?
    6

    What Are Good Carbohydrates?

    5 years ago

    Many of us have heard about 'good' carbohydrates and 'bad' carbohydrates. Some believe all carbohydrates are bad but why is this? We actually need them in our diet, but how much and which ones?

  • Changing Your Name after Marriage
    46

    Changing Your Name after Marriage

    11 months ago

    As soon as you are married, what do you need to do? For many women and sometimes men, we will decide to change our surname. We need to inform certain people if we want to make things legal. Here is a guide to help.

  • What does the Best Man do?
    5

    What does the Best Man do?

    5 years ago

    The Best Man at a wedding has an important responsibility. They have many traditional duties which can be confusing when faced with it for the first time. Here is a guide to help with the stress of the big day.

  • Sorrento Limoncello
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    Sorrento Limoncello

    5 years ago

    Sorrento is in southern Italy near to Capri and Pompeii. It is famous for it's unique lemons and the liqueur made from them called Limoncello. If you visit the region, you must try this sweet tasting beverage!

  • Why do I have a Birthmark?
    16

    Why do I have a Birthmark?

    5 years ago

    Birthmarks can come in different sizes and colours. They are present when we are born. Some shrink or disappear and others get darker, but are usually harmless.

  • The Benefits of Sunshine
    12

    The Benefits of Sunshine

    5 years ago

    Most of us know the importance of staying out of the sun. But did you know that the sun can also be good for us? As long as we are sensible, there are some health benefits to the sunshine.

  • How to Make Sweet Trees
    51

    How to Make Sweet Trees

    11 months ago

    Do you want something a little different at your wedding or party? Sweet Trees are fun and effective and you can make them yourself. Add the sweets of your choice and decorate them however you like!

  • Things to Pack for Hospital when Having a Baby
    14

    Things to Pack for Hospital when Having a Baby

    11 months ago

    Before you are due to have your baby it is a good idea to plan what you intend to take to hospital. For first time Mothers, it can be confusing. Here are a few ideas to help!

  • What is Reiki Treatment?
    16

    What is Reiki Treatment?

    5 years ago

    Reiki is an alternative form of healing and medicine. It comes from Japan but is used world wide becoming more popular in today's society.

  • The Uses for Salt
    12

    The Uses for Salt

    5 years ago

    Salt has many purposes in food, for our health and around the home. Here are 6 benefits for the use of salt.

  • Why is it Important to Drink Water?
    22

    Why is it Important to Drink Water?

    11 months ago

    Do you drink enough fluid during the day? Sometimes making that effort can be difficult, especially when we are busy. But keeping hydrated is really important. Not only does it make us feel better, it can also improve the way we look and our health.

  • Treatment for Dry Eyes
    17

    Treatment for Dry Eyes

    5 years ago

    If you have dry or itchy eyes it could be worth investigating. Your optician or eye specialist will be able to see if there is an infection. If you suspect it could be, there are ways to manage the problem.

  • Feeding Guinea Pigs
    4

    Feeding Guinea Pigs

    5 years ago

    Guinea pigs can be so much fun, and they are great pets. Although they don't need a lot of looking after, they still need a good diet. Vitamins are essential for them and found in a lot of fruit and vegetables. Although not all food is good for them.

  • The Benefits of Rooibos Tea
    10

    The Benefits of Rooibos Tea

    11 months ago

    Have you ever wanted to try a different beverage in the morning? Rooibos tea, known as Redbush tea is full of healthy antioxidants and keeps you hydrated as well as being an enjoyable drink.

  • Ways to Relieve Pain when Giving Birth
    11

    Ways to Relieve Pain when Giving Birth

    3 years ago

    If you are pregnant or planning a family, you will have to consider your birthing options. Deciding on having pain relief in labour can be a tough decision as you want what is best for you and baby. Here are a few options to help.

  • What Makes a Good Care Home?
    11

    What Makes a Good Care Home?

    5 years ago

    Finding a care home for an elderly relative can be a difficult decision. Everyone involved has to come to terms with the move and then decide on the best home in the area. If you don't know where to begin, find some pointers here when taking those first steps.

  • Fun Ideas for Toddlers
    44

    Fun Ideas for Toddlers

    11 months ago

    Ever run out of ideas when it comes to entertaining your toddler? Small children need a lot of attention so it can be hard to please them. But try out these ideas for fun learning you can do at home!

  • Interesting Holidays for Teenagers
    13

    Interesting Holidays for Teenagers

    5 years ago

    When it comes to the summer, what kind of vacation will suit a teenager? Different things appeal to different people, but here are some inspirational ideas.

  • How to Stay Motivated to Exercise
    15

    How to Stay Motivated to Exercise

    11 months ago

    Finding the time and energy to exercise can make it hard to start. You need to find something to motivate you into a new routine. Here are some tips that may inspire you!

  • How to Recover from a Mental Illness
    12

    How to Recover from a Mental Illness

    5 years ago

    If you have been diagnosed with a mental health illness the next step is to try and get help. Here there are many ways to explore healing methods and learn to live a more fulfilled life.

  • Signs and Symptoms of Mental Illness
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    Signs and Symptoms of Mental Illness

    3 years ago

    Looking out for and recognizing if someone you know has a mental health problem may not be easy. But if you suspect there may be an issue you might want to gain some advice. Here are some examples of what to watch out for.

  • The Best Chairs For The Elderly
    15

    The Best Chairs For The Elderly

    11 months ago

    As we get older we find getting in and out of chairs more difficult. Our mobility is not as it was and comfort is key. There are many types of chair to choose from, for living or for bathing.

  • How to Diet & Exercise with Obesity
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    How to Diet & Exercise with Obesity

    5 years ago

    If you are overweight it isn't always easy to become slimmer. There may be health or physical issues which make it a problem. But by getting advice and doing things bit by bit, there is a way to make you life a healthier one.

  • How To Prevent Nausea During Pregnancy
    10

    How To Prevent Nausea During Pregnancy

    5 years ago

    Being pregnant should be an exciting time for Mothers to be, but suffering from nausea can make life miserable. Morning sickness during pregnancy is common but can make day to day living hard. There are many ways to alleviate the problem and here are some tips.

  • What Are The Causes Of Mental Illness
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    What Are The Causes Of Mental Illness

    5 years ago

    Mental illnesses tend to have a stigma attached to them, as some people do not understand them or may be afraid of them. But many of us may have had a mental illness or still have one. It is important to recognize it and as well as find a way to deal with it, also work out the cause.

  • How To Update a Resume
    12

    How To Update a Resume

    5 years ago

    Your resume, otherwise known as a CV may be the first impression a potential employer may have of you. If you are applying for a job it's important to keep your resume updated and polished to stand a chance of being noticed among the other candidates.

  • How To Create a Consistent Exercise Routine
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    How To Create a Consistent Exercise Routine

    5 years ago

    Exercise is appealing to some people and less to others. But it is something we all know is good for us and is beneficial. Starting up an exercise program to suit can be quite daunting and keeping it up may be harder still, but by using some simple planning techniques and a little help it can be...

  • I Need to Stop Spending Money!
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    I Need to Stop Spending Money!

    5 years ago

    We all enjoy a little retail therapy. But for some it can be out of control, or we just spend what we haven't got. Get a few tips on changing your ways if you enjoy splashing the cash too.

  • How To Make Some Extra Money: Sell Your Unwanted Items
    10

    How To Make Some Extra Money: Sell Your Unwanted Items

    5 years ago

    Do you ever get to the end of the month broke, overdrawn and desperate for payday? Or perhaps you need some money for a holiday or special outfit. Well, find out how to make a bit of quick cash on the side!

  • How to Cure Constipation Without Medicine
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    How to Cure Constipation Without Medicine

    2 years ago

    Constipation can be an embarrassing subject. We don't like to talk about it but many of us suffer in silence. Suffering with it and having that bloated feeling is uncomfortable but can be remedied just by changing your lifestyle.

  • Parenting advice: Having a baby on a budget
    12

    Parenting advice: Having a baby on a budget

    5 years ago

    Whether you've planned to start a family or if it's a surprise, there's no escaping the fact that babies are expensive. This begins from pregnancy through to when they are 'big' kids. If you are on a budget you need to know how to save and how to ensure your baby doesn't go without.

  • Cutting back the cost of your weekly food shop
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    Cutting back the cost of your weekly food shop

    5 years ago

    We all try and cut back on the amount we spend, but our biggest monthly bill is probably our food bill. Trying to save money in the supermarkets is a constant battle. But by shopping around and making use of what you have in your store cupboard, you could be onto making big savings.

  • Starting out and Promoting your Business
    15

    Starting out and Promoting your Business

    5 years ago

    The idea of working for yourself can be rather appealing. Being your own boss and having flexibility is more attractive than doing 9 - 5. Once you have thought up your business venture, you need to get it off the ground, so a little promotional work will need to be in order.

  • Have a Cheap Wedding Without the Wedding Price Tag
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    Have a Cheap Wedding Without the Wedding Price Tag

    5 years ago

    Anyone who knows anything about wedding planning knows that as soon as you mention the 'w' word, prices leap up. Everything is so costly and you feel it's hard to avoid. But there are ways of making big savings whilst still having a special day.

  • Make Fruit and Vegetables More Exciting for Children
    12

    Make Fruit and Vegetables More Exciting for Children

    11 months ago

    Trying to encourage children to eat fruit and vegetables is quite a challenge. Bits of green things on the side of their plate can be rather off putting. Trying out some techniques to make it tasty and more appealing is easier than you think.

  • Prepare for your Interview and get that Job
    14

    Prepare for your Interview and get that Job

    5 years ago

    There are many stages to go through when it comes to getting work. You have to search for jobs, update your resume and fill out the application form. But how will you prepare yourself when you get that email telling you, you have got an interview?

  • The Joys of Having a Real Open Fire
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    The Joys of Having a Real Open Fire

    3 years ago

    Be successful when starting your real coal fire. Use kindling to get started, wood to keep it alight and coal to keep your room warm. Oh, and don't forget to sweep your chimney!

  • Different Hen Party Ideas
    10

    Different Hen Party Ideas

    5 years ago

    Different ways to celebrate your hen party. From the simple to the unusual!

  • Actively and Desperately Seeking a Job
    18

    Actively and Desperately Seeking a Job

    5 years ago

    Whether you've been unemployed for a long time, looking for a new start or recently made redundant, finding work is tough. You can lose your self esteem and feel depressed, so it's important to feel guided when it comes to getting the job that's right.

  • Choosing Palladium Wedding Rings
    19

    Choosing Palladium Wedding Rings

    5 years ago

    What do you consider when you choose your wedding rings? It may be appearance, durability or price. Palladium is an ideal material for a beautiful look and will last you a lifetime.

  • How To Make Your Own Wedding Decorations and Accessories
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    How To Make Your Own Wedding Decorations and Accessories

    3 years ago

    When you are in the middle of planning your wedding you start to realize that the cost mounts up. These hidden costs tend to be from all the wedding accessories, such as favors and table decorations. You can do things on a budget and here are some ideas to help.

  • My Awesome Goals for 2012: Wedding Plans
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    My Awesome Goals for 2012: Wedding Plans

    5 years ago

    Focusing on my goals for the year ahead - planning my wedding. A step by step guide to wedding planning and ticking things off the list each month.

  • Planning a Wedding with a Budget
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    Planning a Wedding with a Budget

    5 years ago

    Are you planning a wedding any time soon? I am, and I need all the help I can get with it. There is so much to consider, from booking it all to finding the money to pay for it...

  • Discovering Hubpages
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    Discovering Hubpages

    6 years ago

    I cannot quite remember how I became familiar with Hubpages, but once I was introduced I was hooked. Although I haven't written as many hubs as most, I have learned lot from here - about other people, and about myself.

  • The Confusion Over Dementia
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    The Confusion Over Dementia

    5 years ago

    What is dementia and what are the different causes? There are many forms of dementia but as some have similarities, it can be hard to know the difference. This article outlines some of the common forms of the illness.

  • Explore the Region of Terni, Italy
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    Explore the Region of Terni, Italy

    5 years ago

    Terni is situated in the center of Italy. It is full of history, from the start of the steelworks to historic building, lakes and rivers. The surrounding Umbria region and picturesque mountains are well worth a visit.

  • How To Make Friends When You've Just Moved House
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    How To Make Friends When You've Just Moved House

    5 years ago

    Moving house is an upheaval and a challenge. You need to get to know the area and meet new people. It's hard to make friends, but it is possible in more than one way.

  • How To Eat Out When You Are On A Diet
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    How To Eat Out When You Are On A Diet

    5 years ago

    What are you going to order from the menu when you're eating out? It is hard to choose and even harder when you are trying to lose weight. Learn how to make the right decisions when eating out with friends or work colleagues.

  • Why Is My Scalp Dry and Flaky?
    24

    Why Is My Scalp Dry and Flaky?

    11 months ago

    Sort out your itchy, flaky scalp! Find out what causes this condition and how to relieve the symptoms. You may need to evaluate your hair products as well as your diet.

  • Catching C-Diff and MRSA in Hospital
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    Catching C-Diff and MRSA in Hospital

    4 years ago

    What are the facts about hospital Superbugs? How can we catch them, and how can we prevent catching them? Find out about MRSA and C-Diff, what they are and how to get rid of them.

  • Help! I Hate My Job
    18

    Help! I Hate My Job

    4 years ago

    What are you going to do if you really hate your job? You can change things with a little help and advice.

  • Do You Believe in Luck?
    8

    Do You Believe in Luck?

    5 years ago

    Is luck science or fate? An article looking at superstitions.

  • The Benefits of Coffee and Caffeine
    12

    The Benefits of Coffee and Caffeine

    5 years ago

    Are there benefits to drinking coffee? Health advantages when including caffeine in your diet.

  • How is Writing Online Different?
    19

    How is Writing Online Different?

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