Category: Lifestyle

A timeline of couriers

Posted on: December 1, 2020

In order to get messages or products from A to B, we have always relied on trustworthy people, from deliveries on foot in Ancient Greece to the emergence of multinational corporations like UPS. For a long time, contact and transport have been a central part of human society. Here’s a fascinating account of the history of the courier sector and the ancient equivalents of the Same Day Courier Camberley services that UKTDL offer today. Image…

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Looking after your shoes

Posted on: December 1, 2020

Care for your shoes is one of the most important bits of clothing maintenance that you can do. It’s very tempting to let them just slip away into that well worn look but this is a surefire way for them to not last very long. With the right care and attention your shoes can last you for many years. You do need to buy to a quality brand first off and that is where you…

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What Foods Are Good For Your Hair?

Posted on: November 30, 2020

What foods are good for your hair? The answer to this question is something that can be somewhat complex because different people will have different results. However, there are some general principles that can be applied to hair loss treatments and they include vitamins and minerals. The first one is vitamin B, which is important to have in your diet. This helps to prevent the build-up of DHT in the scalp. Image credit Another thing…

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Countdown to Christmas – Activities to Get you Feeling Festive

Posted on: November 28, 2020

There are lots of things in the run up to Christmas that make it a fun and exciting time for all – young and old alike. Here is a countdown to Christmas that will get you feeling really festive by the time the big day rolls around…   Choose your Christmas Tree – Ever since Victorian times, Christmas trees have been a huge part of the festive celebrations. The evergreen tree symbolises the life that…

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How to Have Good Communication with Your Solicitor

Posted on: November 24, 2020

If you are a solicitor then there is a great deal of responsibility involved when it comes to the communication, you have with your clients. The best way to ensure you get the most out of the relationship you have with your clients and can work as efficiently as possible is to ensure you have a good working relationship with your legal staff too. Image credit For the client, one of the best ways to…

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What to wear to a nightclub

Posted on: September 8, 2020

When it comes to heading out for an evening out with friends to a Nightclub Cheltenham way , you may be wondering what to wear. Here is a handy guide to what to think about when heading for a night out. Image credit   Shoes – think about how far you are going to be walking. It can be tempting to put on your highest heels to dance the night away in, but after a…

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Love Potion Number 9

Posted on: July 1, 2020

Originally performed by a group called The Clovers in 1959 the song “Love Potion Number 9” was written by Mike Stoller and Jerry Leiber.  Re-released by The Searchers in November 1964 it reached number three in the U.S. Billboard charts and was one of three of their smash hit records that also included; “When you walk in the room” and “What have they done to the rain”? The lyrics refer to a Gypsy named Madame…

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The every changing world of skips

Posted on: May 13, 2020

Skips and Carmarthen skip hire companies such as http://pendragonskiphire.co.uk/carmarthen-skip-hire/ often come to our rescue when we have too much rubbish or graden items to take down to our local tip. Working with domestic and commercial clients you can be sure that they have some interesting stories to tell. Image Credit Here are some interesting facts about the world of skips. Original horses were used to draw wooden rubbish carts but these could only be used…

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An Introduction to Cotton Poplin

Posted on: January 8, 2020

Poplin refers to a type of weave, meaning the way the fabric threads have been combined. It has been around for a very long time and is still used very widely by home sewers and in mass-produced clothing alike. Where Does It Originate From? France’s history is filled with stories of new fabrics. The term poplin itself derives from the word papelaine in French. This was a 15th-century word that came from the word “papelino”,…

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