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5 Fun Family Activities For The Winter

  Winter is well on its way, which means it's time for nature to slow down... It doesn't mean though that your family has to as well! Autumn has it's own fun, and taking photos was always a happy moment for me. But after all the different colored leaves dry up, white mantels the surroundings for new fun shots. Winter activities are both exciting and challenging to capture. Here are some suggestions of fun family activities for the winter you can do to create new memories at winter wonderland. Make sure the camera is charged and the memory card has plenty of room so the moments can be captured and shared with friends and family.   Play In The Snow Children adore the snow, ...

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Caring for Mobile Phones and Handset Batteries

Modern communications tools like the mobile phone have gone a long way from the bulky models that could only be used for calling or texting around two decades ago. Nowadays, one can easily get overwhelmed with the various features and applications found in mobile phones. Aside from call and text facilities, current models also feature cameras, radio or music player, internet access and Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, calendars and organizers, games, video recorder and player, voice command and a lot more. It is not surprising that most people today consider the mobile phone as a basic necessity. As such, one must learn the basics in mobile phone care to ensure that these modern necessities are kept in ...

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Saving Money with Less-Priced Techie Products and Other Merchandise

Almost everyone is familiar with that feeling of wanting to get their hands on the latest gadget in town. Gadgets tend to increase their price as manufacturers increase their features. Sometimes, marketing can create an illusion of a differentiated product to justify the higher price, when there is actually no difference with its competing products. Just because a person can afford to buy the most expensive items for themselves or as gifts, doesn’t mean that he or she has to. There will be other things to spend on, things that are more important than the latest high-priced gadget. It is not necessary to ride the trend bandwagon even with so much money to spend. That is simply financially ...

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Discover the Top 3 Cars for Young Drivers

Whether you child has just turned 18, graduated from university or starting their first job, they’re going to want a car sooner or later. In order to find a motor that’s gentle on your wallet as well as safe on the roads, there are a number of factors that you’re going to have to consider, not least the price. From fuel efficiency and reliability to looks and insurance costs, research is key if you want your child to be safe behind the wheel. Electronic stability, mileage and curtain airbags are some of the features you’ll want to look for when choosing a car for your child, as well as good crash test results. Your child may complain about the look of the car, but colour and aesthetics ...

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7 Great Benefits of Going to The Park

There's undoubtedly a lot of benefits of going to the park with your kids regularly. Parks are not only great places to bond with your kids, they're great to improve many aspects of your child's life. It doesn't have to be as big as a playground as Playmobil Funpark, your neighborhood park will be as good as the bigger ones. To some, going on a swing may simply just mean going on it, but to a child, it could mean "Mom and Dad are spending time with me and watching me as I play." Taking your kids to the park improves their overall physical and mental development and as mentioned, many other aspects. We've listed down these aspects and how going to the park contributes to ...

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Becoming Wedding Ushers: 4 Top Things To Think Of

You know how they say you'll do anything for the kids? Turned dressmaker because I can't find a peach dress for my daughter for a friend's wedding. So I made a dress from  combined fabrics: organza, chiffon, and cotton. The overall result isn't so "clean" but there's always room for improvement. I wasn't able to fix her hair before the ceremony but I made a doughnut bun before the reception started. Hubby and I were tasked to take the photos so it was a little hectic to say the least. The boys only needed a peach undershirt worn with their Barong, an embroidered long-sleeved formal shirt for men and a national dress of the Philippines. But because the boys decided to help their dad with ...

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