The E-Cigarette Debate – What is Their Future?


April 9, 2013 by  
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The E-Cigarette Debate

Smoking kills as we are often reminded. It’s a fact that all smokers are familiar with.You are more likely to die from cancer if you smoke cigarettes on a regular basis. Recent articles in the press and online have been becoming increasingly vocal about the potential dangers of electronic cigarettes.Cigarette manufacturers around the world have considerable influence over policy makers across the globe.

If our government truly had our interests foremost in their minds, they would save us from ourselves and ban cigarettes from sale in the UK. They have legislated in order to ‘save us’ from far less dangerous products and activities.

In the UK we have a Government that is prepared to risk strangling industry with health and safety red tape in order to mitigate a small risk to workers, while at the same time ignoring the 100,000 annual deaths that are caused by smoking. Tobacco currently earns the Government £12.1 Billion annually, and that money Read more

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Guest Blogging Guidelines – How to Start Guest Blogging


Guest Blogging Guidelines

Guest blogging is a fantastic way to build traffic to your website or blog. Guest blogging is becoming a very popular way to increase your popularity by building links from high quality guest blogs to your content.

Important points for guest blogging;

  • Do not automate your guest blogging process
  • Write high quality, unique content for each submission
  • Focus on niche themed guest blogs
  • Use different link text from each guest post

How to Find Guest Blogging Sites

You can find suitable blogs that Read more

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How to Handle a Break up


December 31, 2012 by  
Filed under Family and Personal

Anger, grief, bitterness, sadness, and relief are among the many feelings you may have when relationships Break Up.

When you’re faced with the break up of a romantic relationship, your emotions and thoughts may be so confused that it’s hard to keep track of whether you are relieved or heartbroken. In the wake of a break up or divorce, you can reasonably expect to feel grief, anger, bitterness, or even excitement about a new future.

After the Break up: Moving On

Whether you are the heart breaker or the heartbroken, once the break up is final and the divorce papers are signed, you have to move on. “The No. 1 thing is you have to face reality. Some people will Read more

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stress symptoms Causes & Relief


December 31, 2012 by  
Filed under Employment, Family and Personal

Stress symptoms

Stress affects us all. You may notice Stress symptoms when disciplining your kids, during busy times at work, when managing your finances or when coping with a challenging relationship. Stress is everywhere. While a little stress is OK — some stress is actually beneficial — too much stress can wear you down and make you sick, both mentally and physically.

The first step to controlling stress is to know the Stress symptoms, but recognising stress symptoms may be harder than you think. Most of us are so used to being stressed, we often don’t know we are Read more

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Fire Detection Systems


Fire Detection Systems

An automatic Fire Detection Systems is designed to detect the unwanted presence of fire by monitoring environmental changes associated with combustion. In general, a fire alarm system is classified as either automatically actuated, manually actuated, or both.

Automatic fire alarm systems are intended to notify the building occupants to evacuate in the event of a fire or other emergency, report the event to an off-premises location in order to summon emergency services, and to prepare the structure and associated systems to control the spread of fire Read more

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Tips for Giving a Tattoo as a Present


December 28, 2012 by  
Filed under Family and Personal

Tattoo

You might be thinking of giving that special someone in your life the gift of a tattoo for Christmas, a birthday or other significant holiday or occasion. As a fan of body art myself, I would consider this the perfect present. There are a few things, however, that you should consider before taking this step so your gift of love doesn’t land you in the doghouse.

DON’T just take them to a tattoo shop with a blindfold over their eyes and say, “Surprise!” This will more than likely scare the recipient half to death. Getting a tattoo is a big decision Read more

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Height Chart For Kids


December 28, 2012 by  
Filed under Family and Personal

Personalised wooden height chart come in a range of fun designs, your child will love getting measured regularly to see how much they’ve grown.

Not just a measure of how tall your child has grown, our height chart and growth charts are a colourful, fun addition to any child’s room.

Children grow so fast! These personalised height charts are a lovely way to chart your child’s growth and make fabulous gift ideas.

A brilliant way to accessories a kids’ bedroom and a lovely keepsake that you can Read more

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Dump Your Emotional Baggage


December 24, 2012 by  
Filed under Family and Personal

We all have emotional baggage of some sort or another. The things that happen to us in our pasts determine who will become in our futures. However, there are times when those past experiences haunt us and pull us down. Emotional baggage can prevent you from being able to move on with your life and find happiness and success in relationships, business and family. You need to learn to dump this excess weight and move on with a healthy and Read more

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Personalised Wooden Toy Boxes


December 24, 2012 by  
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Wooden Toy Boxes

Toys are children’s favourite playthings. They also make a vast contribution to a child’s development and education. Mostly, kids have sentimental values and therefore love to keep their stuff safely, preventing them from getting damaged by any kind of erosion or dust. Toy boxes are designed to store toys.

A toy box can be made of any material such as wood, plastic, acrylic, etc. Some manufacturers sell a toy box along with the toy for added attraction, packaging as well as to guard it from dust. A toy box may or may not be in a box shape. Some of them may be cylindrical in shape like a tin or can, whereas others might be shaped according to the toy. Some toy boxes are transparent, displaying the toy. The toy boxes that are used for Read more

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Photography Tips for Christmas


December 20, 2012 by  
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Photography Tips

It’s just a few days until Christmas so I thought a quick tutorial on the topic of Christmas Photography might be appropriate. Hopefully this will give you some good Christmas photo ideas.

Prepare – Making a List, checking it twice….

Making sure you’re ready to capture any planned event is part of the key to a successful Photography shoot. Getting yourself ready but also the location of your shots is worthwhile.

Pack the camera – goes without saying? I forgot mine last year in the rush to get the car packed.

Make sure your batteries are charged and you have extras and/or the re-charger packed.

Pack extra memory cards – have them empty and Read more

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