Making A Home That Your Kids Can St....

By :- Kate, On March 19, 2016 in ::-Parenting, Tips
There are a number of benefits to having your kids study at home. Firstly, it allows you to keep an eye on them. You know that they are safe, and have all the equipment they need. No coming home from the library will “I didn’t have a pen so I couldn’t do my essay!” excuses. You are also in control of the environment, so can adjust it as they work. This might go for things like lighting lev.... {{ Continue Reading }}

Advice on Buying a Car with Disable....

By :- Kate, On February 18, 2016 in ::-Tips
When you're shopping for a vehicle with disabled passengers in mind, you'll soon learn that there's no set criteria to work with. Since everybody's situation is different, there'll no doubt be some areas that you have to pay particularly close attention to which others don't have to think about at all. Here are just some of the aspects that you'll have to consider. (more…).... {{ Continue Reading }}

15 Log Home Maintenance Tips for th....

By :- Kate, On November 26, 2015 in ::-Featured, House, Tips
Usually, people think that living in luxurious hotels and caravans can make a holiday successful. However, they forget that living in a humble log cabin can do the same. In modern times, when life is busier than ever, people need to find peace and for that, they need to visit places that are close to nature. That said, living in the woods for few days could provide a nice break from the hustle.... {{ Continue Reading }}

Britain’s top children’s doctor....

By :- Kate, On November 19, 2015 in ::-Tips
From allergy experts to urologists, a directory of the country's leading paediatric specialists Allergies Andrew Clark Consultant in paediatric allergy, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge Head of paediatric allergy services, with a specialism in treating children with a peanut allergy. His trials have shown how a controlled regime of feeding peanut flour in gradually increasing doses can incr.... {{ Continue Reading }}

Play the fashion game: with these g....

By :- Kate, On October 26, 2015 in ::-Tips
The fashion game is about as reliable as the shifty bloke who stands on your street corner. One week, Karl Lagerfeld is championing wearing lampshades on your head, the next Victoria Westwood is claiming that lampshades are uglier than Wayne Rooney’s noggin. (more…).... {{ Continue Reading }}

Packing Breakables: Tips from the P....

By :- Kate, On October 7, 2015 in ::-Tips
Before you decide to pack all fragile and breakable items when moving out, do consider the responsibilities. Sure, packing takes a lot of time, but it can be a real money-saver even if you're paying for professional mover services. You can still opt to pack all breakable items on your own and trim down on the price. (more…).... {{ Continue Reading }}

Tips for the Uninitiated Parent

By :- Kate, On October 1, 2015 in ::-Parenting, Tips
New parents are always the brunt of the joke. You don’t know what to expect, you probably won’t notice a day go by, and let us know if you need a couple of drinks. New parents have it tough, because having kids, while immensely fulfilling, is definitely a huge lifestyle overhaul. The only way to survive is to adapt: (more…).... {{ Continue Reading }}

Holiday Safety Tips For Our Pets

By :- Kate, On September 28, 2015 in ::-Tips
Once Halloween arrives, it seems like Thanksgiving is tomorrow and Christmas is next week, it all happens so fast. In a previous post, we discussed “5 Ways To Keep Your Pet Safe on Halloween,” and the upcoming holidays can also present a number of perils for our pets. (more…).... {{ Continue Reading }}