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6 more supportive tips for football parents

1 year ago Christopher 0
Parents of football-playing children often spend most of their time acting as either taxi or cheerleader to their offspring. Image Credit But it is important that you recognise you have a bigger role to play in their progress and happiness. Here are six more tips to help you encourage them to be the best they Read More

How to Be a Better Kids Softball Coach

1 year ago Christopher 0
It takes a positive person to be a kids softball coach. One that believes in the power of encouragement and patience combined. If that person is you, take a moment to look over the following tips for being the best kids softball coach you can be. Dedicate Your Time to a Schedule Think up and Read More

Everyone wants to have a great smile.

1 year ago Christopher 0
It’s one of the most attractive physical attributes a person can have. It is a known confidence booster and is proven to help with social interactions. Unfortunately, as we get older our teeth can look not quite as good as they used to, even with proper dental care. Luckily, there have been some huge technological Read More

Everything you need to know about EU refrigeration legislation

1 year ago Christopher 0
With Brexit looming, you would be forgiven for thinking that EU legislation wasn’t important. However, if the UK wants to continue selling and marketing goods into the EU then manufacturing companies will have to abide by EU rules and regulations. The ones that affect refrigeration equipment are no exception and new rules are in place Read More

Things to Do Prior to Buying a Baler

1 year ago Christopher 0
A baler is a very important machine for countless warehouses and retail stores that generate a considerable amount of cardboard waste. A baler can be expensive. This is why you should not be in a rush to purchase one before you know all of the details about it. There are several things that you should Read More

Why was housing ignored in the budget?

1 year ago Christopher 0
On the 8th March, Chancellor Phillip Hammond delivered his budget for this year. While it was good news for the NHS, transport and school sectors, those within the property industry were perplexed to be left out in the cold with no indication of how the chancellor plans to improve the turbulent housing situation within the Read More

How to commission bespoke furniture

1 year ago Christopher 0
Commissioning a bespoke item, whether its furniture, clothing, food or jewellery, is a fascinating process. Youre engaging the services of an expert in their field and theres the satisfaction in the perfect fit, or the exact colour, as well as knowing you have something unique and are supporting the craft industry at the same time. Read More

Bel Paese (the Beautiful Country)

1 year ago Christopher 0
Italy is one of the European countries that is acknowledged as the birthplace of Western culture and as such, should definitely be on your bucket list. It has the biggest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites on the planet with so much high art and monuments, you’ll literally be tripping over them! The cuisine here Read More

IPCC Wants To See British Police Forces Issued With Body Worn Cameras

1 year ago Christopher 0
It was only a matter of time before technological advances would be adopted by bodies such as police forces, and cameras can provide very valuable perspectives. Cyclists are using them on their helmets as evidence of how other road users are treating them, and CCTV has long been a reassurance to people. Image Credit The Read More

5 great father and son bonding activities

1 year ago Christopher 0
It’s not easy being a dad. Sometimes, it can be difficult for us to sit down with our sons and talk things through face to face. A great way to spend time enjoying each other’s company is through activities, which can help forge a strong bond between father and son. The moments and memories a Read More