Category: Lifestyle

The day the royals went on Television.

Posted on: July 2, 2020

The 1966 World Cup and the Funeral of Princess Diana are the two most viewed televised events in the UK’s history. In both cases just over half the population watched this very happy and very sad event respectively. What figures are not recorded is an event that was televised and…

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The agreed rules of a Football game

Posted on: July 1, 2020

Much about the game of football has changed since its conception and official rule agreement in 1863. Before that rules were varied and interesting to say the least. The pitch size was also up for debate. One thing that was not the subject of discussion was that it needed to…

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What is friction about?

Posted on: June 30, 2020

We need friction otherwise things would roll away and never stop. Friction is where a subject rubs against another subject. The force that opposes this is called friction. What this basically means is if you throw a ball down a hill the friction will slow it down and stop it.…

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The fair border town of Newport in Wales.

Posted on: June 30, 2020

Driving along the M4 into Wales from England the first City that you come to is the sprawling port of Newport. It features in its insignia the ancient chevron, an inverted V arrow shape. It is a single red stripe on a gold background. It is a striking design that…

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Your Very own Outdoor Cocktail Den

Posted on: June 22, 2020

If being in lockdown has taught us anything, it is that alcohol is a very good way to get through hard times (in moderation of course!) – because the pubs and bars are closed, as a nation we have taken to drinking at home more and more which is certainly…

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Making the most of your bedroom space

Posted on: June 1, 2020

When thinking about redecorating your bedroom space or modernising your furniture to include some Bespoke Fitted Wardrobes there are a number of things that you need to think about. Image Credit Colours – what colours inspire calm for you? Pastel colours work well in bedrooms as they help to bring…

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Looking after your flooring

Posted on: May 13, 2020

In day-to-day life, wooden floors can go through a lot of abuse. If your flooring has seen better days and you want to get it replaced it is worth contacting a Swansea Skip Hire company such as so you can throw your old flooring away. If your flooring just…

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Different types of ceiling finishes

Posted on: May 11, 2020

Want something decorative on your ceiling, but do not have the skills? Do not worry, because there are many decorative tools and applications that can easily be used to give your fifth wall a makeover. Although most homes have a flat ceiling with generic construction materials, there are buildings that…

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How to Shave with Sensitive Skin

Posted on: April 2, 2020

Shaving is no problem at all for some men, but those with sensitive skin can find this daily ritual really stressful. If your skin becomes dry, red or sore after shaving, there are some steps you can take to reduce the problem. Image Credit Cleanse your Face Before shaving, cleanse…

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