Friday, March 22, 2019

So You’ve Invested in Your Garden–Here’s How to Protect It

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With the summer season soon upon us, it’s time to start thinking about how we can prepare it for a season of relaxation and parties. If you’ve invested a lot of money into your garden already, such as purchasing new furniture to get rid of your old plastic stuff or purchasing a brand new outdoor cooking range to make your barbeque parties more interesting, then you’re going to want to protect your investment for the remainder of the spring season. It can still get quite wet and there are a few months until we’re fully engrossed in the summer season, so here are a couple of tips on how to protect the investment you’ve made in your garden.

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Simple Bathroom Upgrades

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Sometimes you want to breathe new life into a bathroom but do not want to have to strip it totally or spend a fortune. There are some simple things that will help to upgrade it though and they can make quite a difference. Most of them would take no more than a few hours to complete, and certainly, in a weekend, you could probably do a couple of them.

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Edible Gardens: 3 Rules for a Delicious Space

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You might not be the most green-fingered soul but having a small kitchen garden is a great way to integrate your indoor and outdoor spaces. Whether you have large patio doors leading out into the garden or just make do with a small window above the sink, having something beautiful to look out at is always a good idea. And making that space edible is even better.

Planting and curating an edible garden doesn’t mean that you have to plant in neat rows or that you have to operate a strict gardening routine. Many plants are quite happy to make do on their own given the right conditions to thrive. So, no matter what your kitchen style is, here are a few rules to follow to make a delicious outdoor space.

Monday, March 18, 2019

How to Cope Better With Hearing Loss

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If you’ve starting experiencing hearing loss and you suspect it’s related to hearing loss of some sort, it’s best that you take action and start taking steps to help yourself. That’s how you’ll cope with the problem best going forward. You won’t do yourself any favors by burying your head in the sand and wishing it would all just go away. Here’s how to deal with the hearing loss best.

4 Ways Your Phone Is Damaging Your Health

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There's no denying the smartphone is an amazing invention and we’re all pretty reliant on them these days. The average person spends around 3 and a half hours on their phone every single day, which could be a bit of a problem. Phones are an important part of most people’s daily life, but there could be a big downside to that. There have always been people that say we spend too much time on our phones and it’s not good for us, but how true is that? Unfortunately, those people could be right because using a smartphone regularly can do some damage to your health. That doesn’t mean that we should all stop using them, but you do need to watch out for these smartphone related health problems.

Understanding Tax As A Freelancer

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For anyone who works on a freelance basis, the issue of tax is a hugely important one. The last thing you want is to struggle to understand it or come to terms with it, or to even land in trouble for getting it wrong in some way. But understanding and making the most of tax can be hard for many, in part because there are so many things to consider. In this article, we are going to try and make it a little easier to understand everything you need to know about tax if you are freelancer, so that you can hope to make much more of it and so enjoy your freelance lifestyle all the more as a result. Let’s take a look now at the major considerations you will need to wrap your head around as soon as possible.

Thursday, March 7, 2019

Does The Big Apple Still Stack Up In 2019?

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Many cities around the world have slowly but surely developed into incredible havens of modern civilization. For a while now, there has been a steady transition of these destinations being more and more widely sought by travellers. For example, once colorful yet mundane city of Sao Paulo in Brazil is actually starting to rival the capital of Rio de Janeiro. This is just one example of how, smaller cities with larger budgets than before have begun to challenge the top dogs. That brings on the question of whether or not the Big Apple is still top dog in America? Cities like Chicago, and Seattle have begun to be hovels for artists, manufacturers and even corporations. Perhaps some think that there’s not much more to do in New York City anymore. There’s only so many things you can do over and over right? In 2019, this challenge is being met head on by NYC, as it's not going to give up it's reputation that easily.

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