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Exploration in Singapore

  • Posted on January 19, 2014 at 9:39 am

Nothing is quite as exciting or magical as touring a foreign country, and Asia is no exception. Getting to try new foods, check out small village shops, explore tourist areas and meet new people is an interesting and unusual experience. Next stop is Singapore. Singapore hotels are exceptionally well-kept and welcoming to new visitors, even those who may be unsure of exploring a new place or who may be uncomfortable with trying new things. Whether you’re traveling alone or with another person, Singapore is sure to add a bit of adventure and excitement to your travels abroad. You can’t truly explore Asia without giving Singapore a chance. Try a new restaurant and order a dish you’d never have eaten on your own, walk up to a stranger and start a conversation, and enjoy your time.

You Said What?

  • Posted on December 30, 2013 at 5:59 am

I have a dear friend who is 60 years old. She has had a hearing problem for about four years now. She misunderstands and misconstrues what you say to her. After much, and very loud responses, she finally responds back. If you are a soft-spoken person then trying to get a point across can be nearly impossible!

The use of hearing aids would greatly enhance her relationships with others. Some can be quite pricey but, thanks to the internet, there are numerous types of hearing apparatuses to investigate at a fraction of the price of a costly one.

If you are an individual who is experiencing hearing loss the use of some type of hearing device needs to be implemented. If device is not purchased then relationships between friends can sometimes be compromised!

My Exotic Vacation in Asia

  • Posted on December 26, 2013 at 4:23 am

I had just gone through a very stressful time in my life and decided I needed to go far, far away so I could kind of recharge my batteries. I felt that this was the first step towards feeling better. I ended up choosing to go to Hong Kong. To me, that seemed like the ideal place to go since I had never been there and Asian culture has always fascinated me.

Overall I had a fantastic time, but what I really want to stress is how amazing Hong Kong hotels are! I did not do a lot of research on where to stay and kind of picked a place at random, not really expecting much.

The hotel I stayed at was very elegant for the price. My rooms was immaculate and the room service was timely. There was even a fully stocked minibar in my room and a fitness center downstairs complete with state of the art, high tech equipment.

A Special Person

  • Posted on December 25, 2013 at 1:10 am

I started up a modellenfotografie business and I am looking for new clients to come pose for me. It took me almost a year to get a studio up and running due to the high rates on rent. But after a lot of hard work and practice, I am ready to start! My brother has been helping me keep things organized and is going to keep track of clients and purchases. I am very lucky to have his help because I do not know if I could have balanced all of this on my own. I am a very talented photographer but not so talented when it comes to organization and math. I offered to pay him money every week but he declined my offer and told me to put every penny toward renovations in the studio. He is by far the best brother in the world.

A Special Gift for My Special Lady

  • Posted on December 23, 2013 at 6:57 am

One week from today, I will be celebrating the marriage between by wife and I. We met in high school, started dating in our senior year, and continued dating throughout our individual four years of college. After we both graduated college, I proposed to her on our dating anniversary. She accepted my proposal without hesitation. We married six months later in a wonderful ceremony performed before our friends and family.

Next week is the one-year anniversary of our wedding. To celebrate this special occasion, I have decided to do the “typical” by sending my wife flowers at her work. Although sending flowers on an anniversary is considered cliched by some, I know that when she receives her flowers, her face will light up.

To help me, I have hired the expertise of a local Harrogate florist. I do not know a lot about flowers, so having the help of a professional has made the process much easier. After spending an hour at the shop, I created what I believe to be the perfect bouquet to send to my wife.

Alternative Medicine Without Drugs

  • Posted on November 23, 2013 at 9:33 am

Studies show that more and more Americans are switching to alternative routes of ways to solve their medical conditions. Since more and more doctors have come to the conclusion that stress plays a big factor in a lot of different diseases such as high blood pressure. Americans are more opened to try different techniques such as meditation, therapy, yoga, and acupuncture Manchester as ways to channel stress, anxiety, and other medical problems. Most Americans are still keen on the idea of going to the pharmacy and purchasing prescriptions to cure their illness. The idea of drugs solving solutions of depression, anxiety, and other mental disabilities come into debate on whether this can be considered a disease or a deep emotional problems. For experts in the medical field might exam this as a disease, but Americans leaning towards Christian belief or certain Psychiatrist might say this is a deep emotional problem and they need spiritual intervention. Is this just a idea of different thesis or is this a question of who’s the real healer God or Man.

Having Fun Fund-raising

  • Posted on November 18, 2013 at 5:45 am

An advertisement in this week’s local newspaper is asking people to help raise money for a Staffordshire Bull Terrier rescue. The rescue is in desperate need of refurbishment and they have estimated that it will cost at least $15,000 to do the necessary repairs.

Their plans are to install additional heating in the dog kennels and to replace the worn out roof on top of the main building. To raise this large amount of money they would like people to get involved in all kinds of fund-raising activities and events. It doesn’t matter how big or small they are because every penny will count.

Cake making, car boot sales and cheese and wine parties are just some of the suggestions they have given as ways of making some money for their rescue.

My Husbands Edinburgh Roots

  • Posted on November 3, 2013 at 9:15 am

My husband traced his lineage back to Edinburgh, Scotland. With the rich history of the country and the city, we had to make the expedition to see where his heredity began. Booking the trip was a snap, but choosing just one of the beautiful Edinburgh Premier Inn hotels was difficult, because I wanted to stay at all of them.

Upon arriving in Edinburgh my breath was taken away at the gorgeous surroundings. I felt as if I stepped back in time or into a vivid Hollywood movie. Although, the old world charm was around every corner, there were plenty of modern conveniences juxtaposed in perfect harmony.

My husband and I cannot wait to book a return trip. He was able to retrace his family roots and I was able to take in the atmosphere and of course do some shopping. We’re planning to come back for our anniversary and I cannot wait.