Ways to Improve the Kerb Appeal of Your Home

** In Collaboration**  Is your home lacking that extra something when it comes to how it looks from the outside? Many people are unhappy with their home’s kerb appeal, but there are plenty of ways to revamp it and make it look fresh and appealing. It’s all about improving those initial impressions and making your home look as presentable as it can. Here are some ideas that you should make use of if you want to boost your home’s kerb appeal. Get Creative with the Number First of all, you should think about the number that’s on the front of your door. This is the thing that helps people identify your home as yours, so you want it to stand out and grab people’s attention right away if possible. There are plenty of ways in which you can get creative. You could find two mismatched number fonts and combine them to create an interesting style. The options are limitless. Install New Lighting Having good lighting outside of your home really is essential. You want your home to be visible day and night, especially if you’re putting hard work into making it look great. So think about installing new lighting as soon as you can. These outdoor lights can be attached to the home or you can opt for freestanding lights along the path and outside the front door. Revitalise Your Windows and Window Frames Old and damaged window frames can […]

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House details #7

It has been almost three months since my last ‘house update‘ blog post so I thought it was time for a new one. The bar has had a few new additions, and was also used for a party for the first time a few weeks ago! Some more plants have been added including some chilli plants which I just potted […]

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Dr.ofwhat Blog Wrap up: 2018

I have already published my adventure wrap up and PhD wrap up for 2018 and now it is time for the dr.ofwhat blog wrap up. Dr.ofwhat turned 2 during 2018 and as I have said so many times before I genuinely can’t believe how much this little blog has grown during this time. During 2018 this website received almost 14,500 […]

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Taking Care of Your Heart Daily

** In collaboration**  Keeping our heart healthy can help in general with our well being and should have priority in the way you live your life. There are something’s you can do that will assist you in achieving this aim, and soon after starting them they will just a normal part of your daily life. Eat Healthily Most people realise that there are some foods that are bad for your health and that you should make your diet a healthy one if you do not want to suffer heart problems. You can start by controlling the portion size of your meals as this will help to reduce the amounts of anything you eat that are bad for you. Overloading your plate is not good and if you could eat the side dishes that you would be served in a restaurant that will do the trick. At first, you may feel a little deprived but it can be amazing at how quickly you will get used to eating smaller meals. Include plenty of fruit and vegetables in your diet. They are full of vitamins and minerals as well as being rich in dietary fibre. They contain ingredients that can help to stave off heart problems and if you eat more of these you may be less tempted to snack on higher calorie foods such as snacks and desserts. Keep a bowl of fresh fruit handy and you can snack on that […]

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10 Foods That Soothe Your Gut

** In collaboration**  Food is amazing. It doesn’t matter whether you are a sorcerer of steak, a lover of legumes or a fiend for fruit, food has something that brings people together. It’s not just a key to bring family and friends together around the dining table, but it’s what we need for survival. Thankfully, most of the population has come a long way from the diet of the caveman – though some do prefer the Paleo way of life today – and food is a source of nutrition, health and enjoyment all rolled into one. Food plays a very important role in health, because you are what you eat. If you prefer a diet filled with processed foods and refined sugars, you’re not going to necessarily be unhealthy, but you’re going to feel sluggish and lacking in energy much of the time. It’s not because any food is inherently ‘bad’ for you, but because all food plays a role in the way your body performs. For example, without regular water, your body will feel tired, dehydrated and you can develop headaches because your brain isn’t as hydrated as it should be. Similarly, the digestive tract has a vital role in your health, and because it’s responsible for absorbing the nutrients that you consume and eliminates waste, you have to ensure your digestive tract stays as healthy as possible. By not looking after your health, you can end up developing […]

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