Spice Up Your Wedding with Custom Temporary Tattoos

If you were looking through Pinterest for ideas to spice up your wedding, you’ve probably stumbled upon the booming trend of temporary wedding tattoos. A lot of recent brides and grooms are getting in on the craze. The best thing about it is that you don’t even have to hire a tattoo artist! Companies like Tattoo Fun offer fantastic printable custom tattoos made the designs you send them. The only limit is your imagination! Continue reading “Spice Up Your Wedding with Custom Temporary Tattoos”

Four Home Types To Consider When You’re House Hunting

House hunting is not an easy thing to do, even picking a place to rent can be a pain. You have to find a place in the right area, it needs to be the right size, and you need to find a place for the right price as well. When buying you need to be able to get a loan, and when renting you still need to have decent credit in order to get a landlord to trust you. Continue reading “Four Home Types To Consider When You’re House Hunting”

Taking a Bus to Save Money

Taking the Bus: How You Could Save £1000 a Year

How would you like to save at least £1000 a year? We’re not talking about having a thousand quid in your pocket, but small savings weekly that add up to £1000. Would you be prepared to leave your car at home and travel on public transport? Did you actually realise that there was such a significant cost difference? There has been some research carried out over a few different routes, and the average savings you can make by taking the bus is that magical £95 a month. Read on. Continue reading “Taking a Bus to Save Money”

Cannabinoids and Oxidation: An excerpt from the book “Chronic Relief”

One of the best explanations to be found detailing oxidative stress and the effects of cannabinoids on reducing oxidative stress can be found in an excerpt from the book “Chronic Relief.” In the excerpt, the author details how free radicals act as agents to speed up the degenerative and aging processes. Continue reading “Cannabinoids and Oxidation: An excerpt from the book “Chronic Relief””