It’s nearly eight years ago we got married. Not sure where that time has gone! People in our position are now starting to think about renewing their wedding vows for the ten year wedding anniversary. Most people like to do this abroad in exotic destinations like the Caribbean, Dominican Republic or Jamaica. That’s where I would love to do mine.
In fact by renewing your vows abroad, you can incorporate it into a second honeymoon. A relaxing holiday on the beach while re discovering your love for each other sounds like a dream. Why not have another special big day in your life?
If you are wondering what to buy a family member or friend for their birthday or other special celebration a photo-related gift could be the perfect answer. As you will see, there is a lot you can do with the photos you take or images you buy and download from the web.
Order a nice canvas print
It is really easy to order a great piece of unique artwork from Hello Canvas. All you need to do is to go through your photos find a nice one, choose a frame and size and send the photo to the print firm. Within about a week, they will produce your canvas print and send it to either you or the person you are giving the gift to.
These make particularly good gifts for grandparents, especially if you have a nice photo of them and the grandchildren that can be blown up. However, for this type of print, the photo does need to be good-quality.
With Spring on the way, soon I hope! It will be time to get back on the bikes and go out exploring the gorgeous Cornish countryside. One thing I have never thought of having was a bicycle first aid kit. With so many cars on the roads I believe it’s much safer to go off-road on the bikes. But it is inevitable that everyone will need to ride on the road at some point.
SJ Works got in contact with me a few weeks back asking if I would like to have a look at their bicycle first aid kit. I thought this would be a good time to get prepared for the sunnier, warmer weather that should be arriving shortly.
It’s safe to say that we spend lots of time using various forms of technology, but that’s no excuse for kids not to embrace the outdoors on a regular basis and get plenty of exercise. In this post, we’ll take a look at a few unique hobbies — from outdoor paintball to hiking trips — that can make sure your children stay active this year.
In the digital age, we benefit significantly from the continual evolution of modern technology. While this is definitely a huge advantage for many aspects of everyday life and business, it has also made it a lot easier for the current generation to slip into lazy habits.
These days, children spend less time outside than ever before. In fact, a survey in 2016 showed that three-quarters of UK children spend less time outdoors than prison inmates.
Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash
If you feel that your kids are spending too much time glued to screens and would benefit from an outdoor hobby this year, here are a few unique ideas to pique their interest.
When I was younger I used to be an avid reader of horoscopes, fortune-telling and loved all the palm reading stuff. It was intriguing. Before I met my husband I was slightly obsessed with reading all about the love and relationship bits. When was going to meet the man of my dreams? I suppose it’s all a bit of fun!
Now I don’t read the relationship parts but more about the career and money side of it. Will I win the lottery? Haha I wish, it’s all so much fun isn’t it? So when I was asked to have a look at the new Palmistry app I thought why not? I don’t particularly take it seriously but I know some people do.
The idea behind the app is to tell you your fortune and reveal your future.
How It Works
All you have to do is take a photo of your palm through the app on your phone and it will analyse the results using a powerful biometric algorithm. It will give you a personal prediction of your health, love life, success, career, money and happiness.
Your canine companion has a lot of options when it comes to their diet, and the right choice depends on dietary needs, health concerns, your lifestyle and other factors. When you’re making this decision, make sure to consider the pros and cons of each diet type.
Dry food, commonly known as kibble, is made up of nutritious food pellets that come in large bins or bags. The biggest advantage to this type of food is the convenience factor. You don’t have to worry about refrigerating it or having it going bad if left out for your dog.
You can easily weigh the portions quickly and without any mess. Dry food is the least expensive of the three types of diets, but it often ends up being the least healthy. A few problems with dry food include filler ingredients that don’t add anything to the overall nutritional value, a large number of carbs and a dehydrating effect. Your dogs need easy access to a lot of water alongside their dry food, since they won’t get any moisture from their food bowls.
It may take dogs more dry food to feel full compared to other food types. If they’re free feeding, this could result in an overweight pet.