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Top Low Impact Workouts For A High Calorie Burn.

We all know the benefits of regular exercise, healthier bodies, better sleep, more motivation and improved mental health are just a handful of great reasons to get off your bum and do something active. You don’t just have to stick to jogging round the park either; there are so many workout options available these days you’ll be spoilt for choice. However, if you’ve got an old injury or you suffer from a condition that affects your joints then many forms of exercise will be too strenuous and could lead to further pain. But don’t worry, there are still lots of low impact options that will help you keep fit without making your injuries or conditions worse. Here are a few of the top low impact workout that still have a high calorie burn. Read More »

Incorrect Positioning Of The Coil Causing Infertility.

The Intrauterine Contraceptive Coil, (IUCD) more commonly known as the coil, is a form of contraception which involves inserting a device into the entrance of the womb via the cervix. According to the medics, using the coil removes the need for taking a pill everyday and is suitable for those who want longer term contraception. Modern coils are designed to have a life span of a maximum of eight years, though it is common to have them changed every five years subject to any problems arising in the meantime. The coil has been shown to be at least 98% effective. It has therefore always been seen as a safe and easy option for women to prevent pregnancy. Read More »

Food Is Natural Way To Great Health.

It would amaze you to hear how many mothers like to "fill the family up" And this IS exactly what they do - until their poor sons and daughters and husbands succumb to some form of illness. One man's capacity is another man's overloading. But in general, our stomachs can hold and absorb a certain amount of food only; the surplus will remain in tissues and bloodstream and organs and muscles and nerves as an overload of useless garbage. You can lunch on a glass of apricot Juice, with perhaps a touch of lemon juice to ginger it up, stirring in a tablespoon of wheatgerm and a teaspoon or two of yeast, munching a few sticks of celery and a couple of fresh carrots, and you will be sufficient, well-nourished for the remainder of the afternoon. Read More »

Why Golf Is Good For Brain Training.

Golf is often seen as a leisurely sport and a good option if you’re not into something more hard core, but research has shown that actually it’s a pretty hard core sport for your brain. You might not move very fast around the golf course but it is a game that challenges your physical skills, and your ability to stay calm and focused. Whether you’re just starting out or fancy yourself as the next Tiger Woods golf is a fun and sociable way to get you out of the house and exercising both your body and your brain. Here are the top reasons why golf is good for your brain. Read More »

Gift Ideas For The Person Who Has Everything.

We all have that one person in our lives we can never seem to find the right gift for. Every time a holiday rolls around, it’s the same struggle that usually ends in giving up with the same thing—a gift card to a store she shops at or a restaurant he likes. This year, try one of these ideas to break the endless gift card cycle. Read More »

Bathroom Technology That Will Pamper You!

Bathroom technology has reached new heights and it combines simplicity, luxury and relaxation, all in one pampered package. Let’s take a sneak peek at some techy toys that will make you want to remain in the bathroom far longer than you should. The word ‘bathroom break’ will take on a whole new meaning. Read More »

Healthy Sleeping: From Pillow Fights To Fighting Stiff Neck.

Ideally, after a good night’s sleep you will find yourself well-rested, energised, and ready to start the day. In real life, however, many experience something much different. If your day begins with a stiff neck or even neck pain, check your pillow – very likely, you are not using the right one. And – good news! – it is not that challenging to find an ergonomic pillow that fits your needs. Read More »

How To Handle Large Numbers Of Customers.

If you run a commercial business or are putting together some kind of commercial event, then you will no doubt think of high footfall as a good thing. If you have a good business model in place then you should have a way to earn profit from each visitor (and possibly even as soon as they sign up) and this will mean that bigger numbers equal more cash for your company. However there is still such thing as 'too much of a good thing' and if the number of customers greatly exceeds your capacity to handle them, then you could end up losing out on a lot of profit and even damaging your reputation. How could lots of customers be a bad thing you ask? Well think lack of resources, poor service and potential health and safety risks... Let's take a look at how to prepare for the possibility of BIG numbers so that you can revel in this success rather than be crushed under the weight of it... Read More »

Important Considerations When Starting Your Own Dairy Farming Business.

Even in these tough economic times it is still possible to earn a decent living working as a dairy farmer. Of course, not everyone will be suited to this particular line of work. However, those who are can expect plenty of fresh air and exercise as well as being financially rewarded for doing a job that they love. Many farmers inherit their farms from parents or other family members. If this isn’t something that applies to you then it might be sensible to work for a dairy farmer before deciding to organise your own farm. This will give a close up insight into the day to day activities that this line of work will entail. Long hours are par for the course, so for those individuals that prefer a comfy office and a 9-5 working day then this career path won’t be for them. If you fancy owning your own farm then this blog post will provide some basic information on things that you should know about before you get started. Read More »

Who Says Money Can’t Buy You Love?

The Beatles did famously sing that money can’t buy you love and it is true that most partners will not be bribed. However, a relationship does not come cheap, as those fellows at Rate Supermarket have calculated. They have calculated the costs of dates, from cheap to more expensive ones, short breaks and holidays, engagement party and ring as well as a wedding and come up with a figure, a very precise figure. They say that it will cost an average $43,842.08. This is based on a one year romance plus one year courtship and then a wedding at an average cost. This can be a pretty scary figure to look at. Read More »

How To Reconnect With A Childhood Friend.

Do you ever think about the days when you were growing up and the only thing you had to worry about was just being a kid and having fun? You finished your homework and then bolted out the door to go play outside with your neighborhood friends. These memories often leave us wondering about our childhood friends and what they’re up to these days. Read More »

5 Tips For Dealing With A Difficult Teenager At Home.

According to the American Psychological Association, parenting a teenager is the most challenging of all parental years. For parents who are rearing difficult teenagers, the entire experience could be marked by frustrations, disappointments, and feelings of hopelessness. But it isn’t only the parents who are having a hard time because a teenager’s difficult behavior suggests that he or she is going through a tough season in life as well. Erik Erikson’s theory on Psychosocial Development suggests that adolescents are confronted by the developmental task of “Identity versus Role Confusion.” It is during this time that teenagers are trying to establish their identity and develop a sense of self. Hence, we can observe teeners consecutively going through different phases and following multiple trends and fads. Read More »

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