Month: June 2018

Keep Your Mind Comfortable with Journal of Stress At first, feeling stressed may seem pretty normal. After all, who’s not stressed in Britain these days? However, it can be dangerous if left untreated. According to statistics from the Labor Force Survey, pressure is a factor in 37% of all occupational health related cases from 2015-2016. […]

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School Trip Ideas for Fine Planning Even for teachers with years of experience, the need to discover original and inspiring school travel ideas can spend a lot of time in an already busy schedule. The pressure to make travel plans that are educational and engaging is not easy and, when added to the task of […]

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Blog is a Relationship Starting a blog is easy, and free, along with the use of WordPress as well as many formatted and customized templates offered through their site. In my coaching, I teach clients the best way to blog using WordPress and guide them through affordable hosting, by utilizing the same host provider I […]

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Choosing the ideal saddle girth The girth is quite an important part of a horse’s saddlery, which we owe a lot to. Without a girth, we would presumably have to ride everywhere bareback, where the majority of us would need to develop an almost superhuman degree of balance to cope with the implications of that! […]

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Introduce Young Learners to the Opal Coast For teachers planning school trips to France, a clearer option such as Paris certainly holds much appeal in terms of their historical depth, culture and accessibility. However, this is not the only objective to consider: The beautiful Opal Beach, which covers the region from Picardy to the Belgian […]

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For Love Key: The History of the Waters As a barge cruiser, the canal system is a complicated and balanced engineering feat. The keystone that supports this water channel is key. Whether run by key owners, followed up by barge owners, or controlled automatically by computer, the key allows fast and easy barge passage through […]

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