Common Moving Mistakes You Must Avoid 

Moving Cardboard

It is normal for people to make certain rookie mistakes when doing something for the very first time. This applies to moving too. Changing your place of living is quite a bittersweet experience. Thus, you will not be your best self to make the right decisions. But this is no excuse. Moving is a process that is already stressful enough. Continue reading

How to Choose the Right Windows for Your Home 

Window Frame House

Have your windows been through the worst part of their lives? Are they now winding down their last days in relative disarray? Well, you aren’t alone. Replacing windows is something every homeowner will have to do at some point in their lives. Be thankful though, because windows in the present day are a lot more energy efficient… Continue reading

Vaping: A Billion Pound Industry 

E-Cigarette Vaping

Global sales of e-cigarettes, or vaping devices, have grown this year by 59 per cent, reaching £3.9billion – or for the first time, more than $6billion. Turnover generated by e-cigarette kits and accessories, customisable atomisers and starter sets climbed 75 per cent in the UK to £469million… Continue reading

Another Great Reason to Give Up Soda 

Soda Cans

A recent study from the American Heart Association’s Journal, Circulation, found that the consumption of sugary soda, sports drinks, and fruit juices was linked to over 25,000 premature deaths yearly in the United States alone. It was the first study of its kind. Continue reading

7 Unusual Alcohols You Might Regret Trying 

Amazake. Photo by Bex Walton. License: CC BY 2.0.

Although the alcohol percentage of this Japanese drink is low, it doesn’t make it any easier to imbibe. White, thick and with an aftertaste – this is one highly suspicious-looking liquid. Like many Asian alcohols, it’s made from rice, though in this case it often feels like the rice has barely disintegrated … Continue reading

5 Diseases Spread by Bats 

Bats Flying Dogs

Bats are very extraordinary creatures. They are the only known flying mammal and one of only a few creatures on the planet to successfully use echolocation to hunt for their food. Bats are also hugely beneficial to humans in that they contribute to both pest control and pollination. Continue reading

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