Why ESAs Are An Important Option (For Those Struggling with Mental Health)

Emotional support animals have undergone some harsh criticism in recent months. With news of emotional support peacocks, squirrels and even kangaroos circulating, you’d be forgiven for thinking that they are somewhat of a gimmick, and not even a real therapeutic aid. However, this is an unfair rap. Despite what you may have seen and heard about emotional support animals, they…

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An Aura of Confidence: 10 Ways to Discover Your Own Unique Personal Style

New Year, new you? Although this is the sentiment that many want to share, the truth is that you still woke up on the 1st day of the New Year being the same person you were the day before. And the things that are going to help you to make those positive changes you’ve wanted to make for yourself are…

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Get fit easily: seamlessly adding cycling to your daily routine

There’re just not enough hours in the day, it seems. Between getting to and from work, to the working day itself, getting home, cooking tea, doing some housework, catching up on the latest episode of your favourite show so no one in the office can spoil it for you…our time is a precious thing! With so many plates spinning, as…

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Getting Your Car Ready For Christmas

Christmas is nearly upon us. The whole month of December is a busy month and things like making sure your car is ready for Christmas can be put by the wayside. But most of us will be using the car at some point over the Christmas period. Whether that means driving to family for Christmas dinner or heading to the…

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Do You Give Enough to Charity?

Ask yourself and answer honestly – do you feel as though you give enough to charity? Can you honestly say that you couldn’t give anything more to charity? However you answer that question, it is worth considering as we are always being asked to give more and more to charitable causes, all of which a worthwhile. According to a study…

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Don’t Fall Prey to a False Sense of Security: 7 Dangers of the Urban Environment to Be Aware Of

You could be planning to move to an urban area for some reasons. Maybe you’re promised a job, going to study in some college, or you want to experience the city lifestyle. And you may have been thinking the environment is very safe there. After all, about half of the population is living in the cities, so there’s no cause…

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Ways To Make Your Life A Little Easier

Ok, so there’s no denying it, we definitely do make our lives harder for ourselves. One minute we’re rushing around doing one thing, the next we’re having a mental breakdown over something else. It’s the cycle of life that is being a human being… or is it? Of course it isn’t. There are so many little shortcuts in life that…

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What are the benefits of home security cameras?

With the darker evenings, and it coming up to Christmas, this time of year sees and increase in burglaries. The darkness acts as cover and hides the petty criminals. But what can you do to protect your home? Home security cameras are a fantastic option. In fact as well as helping you to protect your home, home security cameras include…

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How To Cope When The Unexpected Happens

Life can be full of surprises, and not all of those surprises are good. You may have just got fired from a job or going through a divorce with family solicitors involved. Having to deal with the unexpected is something will all have to do at some stage in our life. So how do you cope with it when it…

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World Kindness Day 2018 with the Humble Brush

Today is World Kindness Day. What is World Kindness Day? – It’s a day celebrated annually on 13th November. On this day, participants attempt to make the world a better place by celebrating and promoting good deeds and pledging acts of kindness, either as individuals or as organisations. Will you be doing anything for World Kindness Day? I’ve sorted out some baby…

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Tips On How To Overcome The Winter Blues

The clocks went back an hour at the weekend, and this brought darker evenings. Along with Winter comes the Winter blues, which is also known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD). It can affect people of any age, including children. Symptoms of SAD are similar to other forms of depression, including feelings of hopelessness, lack of concentration, and social withdrawal. Other signs of the…

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Witch way will you die? Quiz reveals whether you’d survive the Witch Trials

Inspired by the Witch Trials around the world such as the Salem Witch Trials and the Bideford Witch Trials – the last known site for hanging for witchcraft in England, a new interactive test discovers whether you’d actually survive the trials and what your punishment would be. Extensive historical research of the traits that led people to be identified as witches, and accounts…

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Preventing Wind Damage to Your Roof

The weather has been getting noticeably more intense over the past few years in the UK, while there are plenty of theories on why the weather has been fluctuating to greater extremes, from global warming to climate change. Whatever the cause, it creates havoc for us every year as we are left to pick up after. Because of this, we’ve…

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