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7 Thoughtful Things You Can Do for Your Parents

June 23, 2020

Where would we be without our parents? Parents spend a good portion of their lives providing endless support and unconditional love to their children. Whether it’s an upcoming holiday or a special occasion, there are plenty of times when they deserve to receive all that tender love and care that they have given us. Presents are beautiful, but acts of service are just as meaningful. Here are seven thoughtful things you can do (and get) for your parents.   1.…

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How to Know You’re Ready for Marriage

May 19, 2020

There’s no typical time frame for getting married. Some couples get engaged after only knowing each other a few months, while other couples wait decades before tying the knot. If you and your partner are wondering when it will be the right time, there are a few signs you can be aware of. Here’s how to know you’re ready for marriage.   You’ve worked through some major problems. Many couples get divorced because they’re facing problems they just can fix. It might…

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6 Things to Do If You Think Your Partner Is Cheating

May 6, 2020

It’s never a good feeling to think your partner is cheating. It impacts not only your relationship but your self-esteem as well. Before you confront and accuse your significant other (SO), here’s what you should do.     Make A List Consider this your pros and cons list. The pros would be why the positive signs that your SO isn’t cheating, and the cons can be all of the red flags you’re noticing. Are they gone at mysterious hours of the…

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What is Right and Wrong in Blogging World

April 27, 2020

I have been writing since I was a kid. I said it before here at Alejandra’s, I will say it again: I got my first typewriter (electric…a super new stuff) when I was 9 years old. I still have it. It is white, and the first story I wrote, like a proper story, was about a skeleton (hey… I always had a thing for horror). The clack clack of the buttons always made me feel in my world and comfortable.…

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7 Ways to Maintain a Positive Relationship During a Divorce

March 25, 2020

By Emma Williams   Even if you and your ex-spouse get the best lawyers in Australia and you both agree that a divorce is something that will do you good both, it is not an easy process. Everything from joint accounts, shared property and the most important, children are going to make the process more painful and complicated. Maintaining a positive relationship with your ex during and after the divorce is quite hard but here are 7 tips to help…

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5 Things That Clumsy People Understand More Than Others

March 9, 2020

Whether you are knocking things over as you walk ten feet away from them, or you’re tripping over your own feet and ending up in the hospital, you know what it’s like to be clumsy. Most of the time, being clumsy is awkward and embarrassing, and it regularly feels challenging to manage when you are in a constant state of apology for spilling things and knocking things over.  The thing is, some people are just accident-prone. They’re stumbling through life,…

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Love Gestures That Mean The World But Don’t Break The Bank

February 28, 2020
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According to Finder’s research, people spend, on average, a little over £35 for Valentine’s Day presents. For most couples, Valentine’s Day is all about buying red roses, pampering products, and a huge box of chocolates. While it might not seem like a lot of money, at first, the gift is only one aspect of the celebrations. It’s not uncommon to book a table at a fancy restaurant in town to celebrate the day of love. Some couples even choose to…

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Why It Is Important to Raise Your Child Around Pets

February 24, 2020

By Emma Williams   A vast majority of households around the world owns at least one family pet. The usual choices include parrots, hamsters, fish, guinea pigs and most commonly cats and dogs. However, many parents are afraid to bring a pet into their home due to fear of allergies the child might develop, the mess the pet can create and the responsibility a pet imposes. Nevertheless, recent studies have shown that having a pet actually has many benefits for…

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How To Impress In An Interview

February 12, 2020
two woman chatting job interview

An interview can be a daunting thing to go through at the best of times and the pressure to impress the people giving the interview can be overwhelming. There might be so much riding on you getting the job, and if you don’t, it can often feel as though you’ve failed. However, even if it’s not a successful one, every interview should be considered as a positive experience. Here’s how to impress in an interview.   Walk In The Room…

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