Category: Health & Lifestyle

Building a swimming pool is an investment in your home and family
October 9, 2015

How To Build Your Swimming Pool

Building a swimming pool is an investment in your home and family

Global Warming In Your Backyard Picture yourself lazing by the pool. An icy-cold beverage in your hand, cool tunes playing, and you’re chilling beneath the shade of the palm trees at your splendid oasis. Global warming? Not a worry. Wait! Palm trees? Swimming pools and trees go together like eggs and a jackhammer. Sure, it […]

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October 9, 2015

3 Shocking Things You Should Be Cleaning

Makeup Brushes Warning, you may never look at your makeup brushes the same again. Bacteria build-up on makeup brushes can lead to breakouts, decrease the brush life, and in some cases, may transfer pinkeye to your unsuspecting eyes. How To Clean Makeup Brushes How Regularly: Once a week to once a fortnight Spot Cleaning: After […]

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October 8, 2015

Tips For Choosing The Perfect Boat

Know What You Need Whether it’s for family ski adventures or solo fishing trips, everyone wants to own a boat for different reasons.  The first thing you need to do is establish what you will be using the boat for, how many passengers you’ll need to accommodate and what your budget is. Once you’ve established […]

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October 7, 2015

How to set up a successful work space

1. Identify the Kind of Space You Need Collaborative Collaborative spaces are often noisy and suited to those in creative industries, whether it’s writing, advertising or marketing. This type of workspace allows the breakthrough of ideas, in a space that doesn’t disturb others around the office. Collaborative spaces work best as hubs, where your employees […]

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October 1, 2015

Surfing Etiquette: Guide To Respecting Your Fellow Surfers

#1 Understanding The Right Of Way Surfers that are closest to the part of the wave that is breaking (otherwise known as the peak), have right of way.  If you’re thinking about paddling for a wave, but another surfer closer to the peak is about to take off, you should pull out. If someone is […]

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September 30, 2015

2015 NRL Grand Final Guide

When & Where Sunday 4th October, 7.15pm, ANZ Stadium, Sydney (watch it live on Channel 9). The Low Down For the first time ever, 2 Queensland teams will be competing in the NRL Grand Final. While both teams have shown impressive form all year and deserve their spot at the big dance, there can only […]

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Ancient Greeks Used Tax to Pay for Wars
September 30, 2015

How To Get The Most From Your Tax

Ancient Greeks Used Tax to Pay for Wars

Once Upon A Time… From a historic perspective, taxation was conceived even before your grand-daddy. It goes back thousands of years. This is not your so-called First World problem. Some 3000 years ago, they were levying taxes in China. Pharaohs in Egypt handed the job of fund-raising to their scribes, who then went about taxing, among other […]

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September 30, 2015

Top Spring Cleaning Tips For A Busy Household

# 1 Organise the closets in your home Before you begin organising your closets, throw out any clothes you and your family have outgrown, or no longer use. Be liberal, as clothes no longer in your home can become post modernist floor sculptures designed by your family, left for you to pick up later. (I’d […]

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September 21, 2015

8 signs your child needs glasses​

How To Know If Your Child Needs Glasses ​Squinting  Squinting will reduce the size of the blurred image on your child’s retina, temporarily improving their vision. ​Your little one may squint often if they’re trying to compensate for poor vision. Head Tilt  ​If your child is always tilting their head, it’s a tale-tell sign that they may be suffering from an […]

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September 17, 2015

How To Write Wedding Vows (feat. Channing Tatum)

5 Steps to Help You Put Pen to Paper: Step 1 How did you meet? Perhaps it was like a scene right out of a movie — you looked into each other’s eyes for the first time and the whole world just stopped for a second. Or, it was just another day at the office. […]

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