Monthly Archives: June 2018

The Effects of Domestic Abuse and Why You’re Not Alone

The Effects of Domestic Abuse and Why You’re Not Alone

The effects of domestic abuse vary from person to person depending on their circumstances. Abuse can come in many forms. Physical attributes, such as bruising, broken bones, scars and burns, can be very hard to deal with, and are the most obvious signs of abuse from a partner, friend, family member or anyone you have a relationship with. But what about the mental effects of domestic abuse? These are harder to spot, and worryingly, only …

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Ways to Jazz up your Shed

Ways to Jazz up your Shed

A shed is a main focal point of your garden and can sometimes look a bit boring or out of place if not maintained properly.  Instead of being something picturesque to look at, it can become a bit of an eyesore. In reality – it doesn’t need to be that way.  When people look around your garden shed, they should be looking at it because it looks great and ties in with your garden and …

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The Rise Of Cobots

The Rise Of Cobots

Since their emergence, robots have been labeled many names. Some view them as job snatchers and any term that describes what they think is depriving a human worker of his daily bread is a perfect term. Away From Robots, How Are Cobots? What if things took a different turn? What if these types of equipment are used to complement human labour? What if the much-hated gadgets are able to work hand in hand with a …

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The True Cost of Staying in Shape

The True Cost of Staying in Shape

Eating healthily, exercising regularly, and staying in shape is something many of us aspire to. Unfortunately, the cost can soon add up. Gym memberships, healthy meals, personal trainers, apps, gadgets, clothing, and supplements are marketed as “essential”, and don’t always come cheap. In fact, online trainers can be hired to meet specific needs, especially those who’ve completed a personal trainer course from Discovery. This way you’re guaranteed to be taught by someone certified in the field. If …

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Five Tips for the Novice Vaper

Five Tips for the Novice Vaper

Just recently, Husband and I have both started vaping and although we’ve both found equipment and flavours that we like, it took a while to get it dialled in. We’ve learned a lot in the last few weeks, so I thought I’d share some tips for newbies so that you can learn from our experiences. Try Before You Buy If you have friends who vape, ask if you can use their machines before you take …

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Alternative Medicines for the Naturally Sceptical

Alternative Medicines for the Naturally Sceptical

As someone who has a strong belief in science, there are a lot of things which make me massively sceptical. On an almost daily basis, I see people on social media discussing things like ear candling, amber teething bracelets, “detoxes” and other such stuff which I believe to be absolute hokum; pseudoscience which people parade as fact, which actually does absolutely nothing except separating you from your hard earned cash. It’s a massive bugbear of …

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5 Goa Attractions That Spell History

5 Goa Attractions That Spell History

Despite its tiny size on the map of India, Goa attracts a good percentage of tourists in India. However, the tourists in Goa are mostly attracted to the beaches. We are not saying that the beaches of Goa are overrated, but, the other attractions are definitely underrated. If you think you can visit Goa only for its beaches, you need to think twice. The beaches should be on your bucket list. However, adding some of …

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