Friday, March 22, 2019

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Well, I’ve done it, and there is no going back to undo what I’ve done. I might as well wear the scarlet letter “A” because I am guilty as charged. I’ve had my first taste of craft beer—well, many, in fact!—therefore, according to James Watt and Martin Dickie of the television show Brew Dogs, I am no longer a “craft beer virgin.” And I am not ashamed to admit this. I am, now and forever, exposed.

From my innocent beginning—of indulgence that left me saturated and sated—I was brought to my knees, dizzy with delight, hooked without a chance for recovery.

Though I have loved my fine... Read More

Archery is an extremely popular sport and hunting activity performed all over the world. It is one of the oldest weapons known to humankind-and bows and arrows have been widely used from the Late Stone Age.

Bows and arrows have historically been used for hunting animals for food, safety and as a weapon of warfare.

Hunters who were skilled in the use of bows and arrows were respected and honored by all cultures in the world-ancient paintings depicting hunters shooting big animals have been found in ancient caves.

Hunters have also been greatly honored as heroes in mythologies... Read More

If you are considering moving house or taking your first steps on the property ladder, you will be legally obliged to carry out the process of conveyancing. Conveyancing is the ‘act of transfer of title to property from one person to another’. Put simply, this means that conveyancing is the legal process of buying and selling property.

Who Does the Conveyancing?

It is now a legal requirement that conveyancing is undertaken by a property solicitor or licensed conveyancer. A single lawyer is not able to act for both parties because this would cause a conflict of interest. The buyer... Read More

If you are a skiing or a snowmobiling fan, then winter is a great time of year. However, if cold and snow isn’t something that appeals to you, then you probably spend the winter months waiting for the spring to come around. The problem with this is that it’s really difficult to stay fit during the winter – most of us end up with extra baggage that we have to burn off once the days start to get longer again. Not only that, spending time at the gym during the winter is both expensive and monotonous – which is why many of us don’t keep up the commitment. However, there are a number of enjoyable... Read More

"Homeowners today are always looking for ways to reduce the environmental impact of a house," said home foundation repair specialist Brent Goodman. The reality is that many of the home improvements that are environmentally friendly will also lower bills every month. This is because green technologies help to conserve resources. Several home improvements will help the environment while also saving money.

Replace Aging or Damaged Windows

Aging windows and single-pane windows allow a large amount of energy to escape from the home during every season. Replacing aging windows with new multi-paned... Read More

When you have a fine car, you want a garage that can protect your baby and provide you with the space you need. As you look at a new home, you’re standing out in the garage trying to picture how well the car will fit and if there’s still room in there for all of your tools. While your dream may be a three-car beauty with a loft above for storage, there may not be space for that in your existing home. However, you can still make some smart improvements that will take your existing garage to the next level.

Go with Vertical Storage

You need room for the car, and that includes space... Read More

Recycled paper can be reconstituted into new paper that can be put to good use all over again. Old paper, that has already been used for packaging, printing and even for wall papering can be used once more and given a new lease of life. The best paper to use for recycling is 100 per cent consumer recycled paper that has been used just once before, perhaps as writing paper or other forms of stationery as it is usually of the highest quality. So-called consumer recycled paper is made from scraps that can no longer be used for the intended purposes and is ideal for repurposing into new forms of... Read More

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