4 Tips to Easily Book Your Cruise Vacation

There is a common myth that travel agents have become extinct and that the evolution of technology has rendered them irrelevant in the process of booking a cruise. People argue that anyone can easily go online and book that dream cruise themselves without involving travel agents. Statistics show that in 2016, 80% of cruises were […]
  • Brenda Grant
  • September 17, 2017
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Soaring in the Sky: 5 Aircraft Maintenance Tips for Your Plane

Well, summer has come to an end, and you may be pleased by that revelation. For the last few months, your aircraft has been on overdrive as passengers requested flights to all different parts of the region. Or, of course, the countless individuals seeking out flying lessons. Simply put: your aircraft is probably messy and […]
  • Michael Grant
  • September 10, 2017
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No Love Lost: 4 Guidelines to a Peaceful Divorce Mediation

When a marriage dissolves, both parties’ thoughts tend to jump immediately to drawn out court processes and an eventual trial where emotions are charged. But it does not have to be this way. Mediation has become a popular option for people as it is an alternative dispute resolution that has the potential to amicably dissolve […]
  • Michael Grant
  • September 7, 2017
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Banking on the Future: 4 Benefits of Your Baby’s Cord Blood

Researchers have discovered that cord blood, particularly umbilical cord blood is rich in stem cells that have the ability to transform into just about any human cell. That makes them and the umbilical cord blood extremely useful and valuable in treating many dangerous diseases and aliments like leukemia, other cancers, blood disorders, metabolic disorders, and […]
  • Michael Grant
  • September 5, 2017
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The Golden Age: 7 Ways to Enjoy Living in Retirement

Retirement is life’s journey and we all want to be happy till the end which is why choosing a good retirement home can add comfort and satisfaction to this journey. Many retirement homes are located in faraway places and can make it difficult to commute to city centers. Having a retirement home that is steps […]
  • Michael Grant
  • September 5, 2017
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Clean and Safe: 5 Guidelines to Tidy Up Your Office

A clean and well-maintained office says a number of things about your company or organization. First of all it says that you care about your appearance and are open to receive customers and their business. It also sends a message to everybody who works there that this is a professional operation and that we care […]
  • Michael Grant
  • September 5, 2017
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When It Really Stinks: 5 Common Plumbing Problems Around the House

We will all need a plumber at some point in our future. Even those of us who consider ourselves handy will find ourselves unable to dig out or unplug our plumbing problem. Some plumbing jobs are too hard, too complicated or too dangerous to try on your own. You just need a professional. That doesn’t […]
  • Michael Grant
  • September 4, 2017
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A Healthy Diet: 5 Types of Health Foods for Your Meals

The term “health food” refers to certain foods which are especially good for health, although it actually has no precise definition. Some popular health foods include bran, tofu, walnuts and yogurt. Some terms associated with health food are macrobiotics, natural food, organic food and whole food. 1. Macrobiotics A macrobiotic diet is based on ideas […]
  • Michael Grant
  • August 25, 2017
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When It Really Hurts: 5 Ways to Legally Recuperate from Your Personal Injury

If you are hurt in motor vehicle accident, even if you are pedestrian, you may need a personal injury lawyer. The same is true if you slip or fall on an icy walkway or get hit by something that falls out of a window. Many personal injuries that require a personal injury lawyer tend to […]
  • Michael Grant
  • August 24, 2017
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Riding Into the Future: 4 Tips for Cycling in the City

Not everyone can use a bicycle as their main means of transportation for a variety of reasons. For some it is health related, others live too far from the city core and still others lack that very basic qualification which is motivation. According to statistics, most of us could do that commute if we put […]
  • Brenda Grant
  • August 16, 2017
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