Marriage is a wonderful institution, isn’t it? You find someone, you fall in love so far in love that you want to spend every single day together and you commit your lives to each other. It’s wonderful. Everything about weddings and love is swoon-worthy. Everyone wants it and those who have it often don’t know how lucky they are. Continue Reading
September is finally here, and so many of us will be going through changes this month that in theory, September can be seen as a sort of new year, a fresh start, time of the year, wouldn’t you agree? For many mothers, their children are off back to school after a fun, or maybe long, summer holiday break, however you want to view it. Some people are back to work after their summer breaks away, even adults are heading back to college, school or lessons if they are doing some extra or adult learning projects. With this new fresh start that September brings, it can also bring us crashing back down to Earth with a great big thud. Why? You may be wondering. After all, isn’t this the opportunity for change and starting as you mean to go on?
Most of us will have occasionally passed the time by playing video games. Whether it’s playing a puzzle game like Candy Crush Saga on the morning commute, or enjoying some casino games as evening entertainment, it’s clear that we’re becoming a world of gamers.
If you fancy yourself somewhat of a cake aficionado then you’re probably always on the hunt for the best cake recipe to try at home. Well, we’ve done all the work for you and rounded up the top five cake recipes you simply have to try. These are perfect for your next social gathering, or just to enjoy with the family at home.
There’s a reason more and more people are hiring interior designers these days. There are so many interior design secrets that can be used, and once your decor is complete, you have the space of your dreams! However, you don’t need to hire an interior designer. If you read on, you’ll be clued in on all of the interior design secrets you need to make all of your decor dreams come true:
When you go to the doctor, he and she will prescribe you a medicine on a prescription slip that will direct your prescription to an NHS pharmacy most of the time. Of course, this is understandable as the British healthcare system is free at the point of use. However, currently, adults in England must pay for their medicines over the counter in accordance with the price which is set by the government. However, these prices can be too high, especially for people with chronic illnesses. Although there are financially beneficial plans which allow repeat prescriptions over the course of a year, to be more affordable, sometimes this just isn’t enough. Taking nothing away from the NHS, because the service is absolutely free at the point of use, with no need to buy anything, it still can be too much for some people depending on their disposable income. There are other ways in which you can treat yourself at home, especially for illnesses that come about with seasonal changes. For other conditions, there are options to buy medicines from other sources, other than through the NHS.
University is a very tricky period of your life. It’s a 3+ year spell where you have to be independent and will likely decide on what you want to do for a proper career. There’s a lot that can happen at uni, you can change into a completely different person to the one that rolled up on day one in the first year.
Amongst all the partying and studying, there is one other thing that’s often under the microscope in uni; your love life. It’s a time where people enter multiple relationships or end up in a serious one for the first time. When you’re surrounded by people that you may be attracted to, it’s easy to try things out and look for a relationship.