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Breaking the age barrier: Sport’s oldest champions

By Abergele Jones, published on Mar 25, 2014

However, not only have the adverts promoting an active, gym-going lifestyle started power-lifting for your attention, but it has shone an interesting light on age.

It was noted by several online platforms that, if Roger Federer wins one of the three remaining major tennis tournaments of 2014, he will be one of the ten oldest winners of a Grand Slam. Wimbledon is set to serve 23rd June, by which time, Federer will only be 32 – hardly a geriatric player.

If you want sports stars in their twilight years, look to John Whittemore for a little inspiration. Sadly now passed, John was... (more)

Tags: football, tennis, cycling

Star Buying For Beginners

By Abergele Jones, published on Mar 23, 2014

It would be fair to say that the above suggestions have grown a little old over time and the romantics out there like to spread their wings and get their hands on something a little out of the ordinary. With that, we present the star - that's right, one of those glistening objects we see in the sky every night.

This is something which is catching more and more attention and rather than the generic gift, it actually holds some meaning. Common occasions include the ones we mentioned above, as well as anything from Mother's Day, to anniversaries or even a remembrance gift. It sounds a bit... (more)

Tags: birthday, gift, star, present

Austin Ranked #1 Fastest Growing City Four Straight Years

By Abergele Jones, published on Feb 27, 2014

For the fourth straight year, the city of Austin, Texas has been designated by Forbes Magazine to have the fastest growth rate of any city in the United States. In 2013, Austin had a 2.5 percent population growth rate, which was the biggest of any area. In addition, 2013 saw the economy in the Austin area grow by 5.9 percent, which is a marvel in these shaky economic times. However, Austin hasn’t always been this glowing vision of a growth paradise.

The Road to Recovery

When the first tech bubble burst in 2000, Austin was severely impacted. The city was a center of semiconductors, dotcoms... (more)

Tags: homes, texas, austin

Commonly Outsourced Jobs From Small-Scale Companies

By Abergele Jones, published on Feb 24, 2014

No doubt there are people who can handle all the tasks of their business on their own, but sometimes it can be more efficient and practical passing the work to someone else. In many occasions, outsourcing work can save business owners a lot of time, money and effort. This time can be used to do something more productive and relevant while the money you save can be invested in other things that can potentially make your business grow. This is why outsourcing has become a common option for companies and entrepreneurs. In recent years though, some jobs and services have been more commonly outsourced... (more)

Tags: small business, outsourcing, sme

5 Surprising Facts About Spreading the Common Cold

By Abergele Jones, published on Feb 15, 2014

However, you may be surprised to learn that it’s not as easy to spread a cold as you may believe. Every year, scientists uncover new facts about how diseases and viruses spread, so even if you’re a nurse who thinks she knows everything about medicine, you’ll benefit from going back to school to find out what’s changing in the field. Discover the truth behind some common myths, and you’ll be better equipped to stop the spread of cold viruses this season.

They Spread Before You Seem Sick

Someone in the family’s sniffling and coughing, so now’s the time that everyone keeps their distance,... (more)

Tags: viruses, antibiotics, common cold

What About a Coach Hire Trip to Cheshire?

By Abergele Jones, published on Feb 14, 2014

It is the shopping, restaurants, or dining options, attractions, museums, places to relax and unwind, interesting sites, buildings, and artifacts. On your coach hire trip to Cheshire in London you will see all that and more. The great thing about a destination such as this, is that you can spend a day, a weekend, or an entire vacation there and never run out of things to do or places to see. It’s good for a single individual on a lone adventure, a couple on a romantic getaway, or a family brimming with excitement and looking for fun.

At the Chester Zoo you can spend a whole day starting... (more)

Tags: trips, coach hire, days out

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