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Now Christmas is Over, Let's Address those Health Concerns.

By Liam Williams, published on Feb 9, 2014

The peak festive season means that family comes first, often looking after their own well-being is at the back of people’s minds. Well, Christmas was a month ago now, have you really addressed those health concerns?

With all those distracting festivities, it is a forgiven sin to put off going to the doctor or pharmacy for the medicine you need. Why think about that tickly cough when you could be concentrating on tinsel?

If there are health issues that are still troubling you, it is imperative that they are not ignored. Long term symptoms can be an indicator of something more serious... (more)

Tags: health, well-being

Top Tips For Building Upper-Body Strength

By Liam Williams, published on Jan 22, 2014

The summer might still be a good couple of months away, but leaving your get fit mission for the perfect beach body until the last minute is only going to lead to disappointing results. Why not get a head start and start your work out now, in time for the arrival of warmer weather?

While we’re wrapped up in layers, it’s understandable that toning up and building muscle can take a back seat to more comfortable activities. However, when it comes time to abandon your chunky knits and cardigans, you’ll be glad you followed our tips for building upper-body strength.

Here’s what you... (more)

Tags: gym, strength, workout, muscle

Tips To Ensure Your Tenants Pay Their Rent In 2014

By Liam Williams, published on Jan 17, 2014

Every New Year calls for resolutions. And if you’re a landlord, often this will involve feeling more in control of the huge problem of rent being paid on time.

You will want to approach the New Year with new ideas on how to ensure rent payments are kept up to date, and you aren’t lagging behind paying the mortgage or chasing tenants, which can cause friction and a breakdown in your relationship.

Nobody wants to have to turn nasty, bringing out the big guns with legal jargon, but sometimes it’s inevitable if tenants aren’t playing fairly and by the rules.

However, hopefully... (more)

Tags: insurance, rent, landlord, tenant

Scotland: A Rich Golfing Heritage

By Liam Williams, published on Jan 14, 2014

Golf began in Scotland, and dates back to the 15th century. With such a rich heritage and so many time-honored courses, it’s safe to say that Scotland is home to some of the world’s best golfing destinations. Golf is viewed as the national sport and a cultural icon here. The sport is ingrained in the consciousness of a people who affectionately call their nation, “The Home of Golf”. Courses here are suitable for anybody, from the elite to the working class.

With over 500 courses, you have all sorts of choices. Even the common man can play at the great courses here if he just books a... (more)

Tags: golf, scotland

How to Get Rid of that Last Speck of Mould in the Bathroom

By Liam Williams, published on Jan 8, 2014

No one likes mould. You notice it start creeping into your bathroom, tainting your once white tiles a disgusting black colour. It appears, a tiny dot one day and before you know it, the patch has spread. It looks ugly, like your house is rotting; it’s embarrassing when you have guests over. There is evidence to back up claims that mould can be a serious problem to your health.

If you want to fully remove your mould issue, there are simple steps that you can take to ensure that your house is completely clear of mould.

Do not think that you can just wipe away the mould, dry the... (more)

Tags: cleaning, bathroom, mould

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