• December 2, 2021

Looking For a Piano Teacher in Punggol, Singapore?

Piano Teacher in Punggol If you are looking for a good piano teacher in Punggol, Singapore, you will want to look no further than Shirley Huang. She has been teaching children for over 10 years, and is a patient, effective piano teacher. She believes that learning the instrument is more than just about acquiring a…

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Rio 2016 Olympics and four Indian women!

The Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games, from August 6 to 21, 2016, have come to an end. We don’t have space here to cover all those big achievers from around the world. Therefore, we will focus only on India, although it has been a disappointing story. As usual, India sent the largest contingent in history…

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The Hobbit diet plan

Have you ever wondered what is the easiest way to lose weight (and more importantly, body fat)? I know I have. Today, the United States has the highest incidence of obesity, and the problem is only getting worse. The problem is that we are obese because we are constantly trying to find the easiest way…

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A secret you need to know to get close to a girl

When I was young, I didn’t even have the ability to get close to a girl, no way. He didn’t even send notes, he was shy and embarrassed. Every time I tried, it made me nervous and freaked out, and I just walked away. All days the same. It wasn’t until I saw one of…

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Interview with "The way back home" Executive Producer Ralph Clemente

For its East Coast premiere, “The Way Back Home” found its way back home. Written and starring Michael H. King, a native of Central Florida, filmed in the Sanford and Orlando areas, and produced by a majority Central Florida crew, “The Way Back Home” is part of a local film screening at the Festival. Florida…

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Snorkeling in Desecheo: a forbidden island off Rincón, Puerto Rico

Towering swell rises along the 12-mile passage between Rincón, Puerto Rico and an uninhabited island. Our dive boat crosses the waves again and again, reaching the top of the Indigo Hills with ease. We plan to snorkel near the shores of Desecheo Island, a National Wildlife Refuge that was once home to smugglers and pirates…

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Top 10 Small Business Tips During a Recession

Whether you think we’re in a recession or not, the economy is on shaky ground right now. And if things continue to spiral downward, is your company ready to weather a recession? Here are 10 tips for dealing with a recession for your business: 1) Cut costs cautiously. As soon as the economy begins to…

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New bankruptcy law makes it harder to stop foreclosure

On October 17, 2005, President Bush’s sweeping bankruptcy reform went into effect, forever changing the rules of debt collection in this nation. Consumer advocates and the public seem completely unaware of the total and complete victory of creditors under the new legislation. This article opens the door to the Trogan horse so consumers can prepare…

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Creating a handicap accessible kitchen that works!

How do you create a handicap accessible kitchen that works for you? Focus on three things. First, focus on accessibility to storage spaces, pantries, and cabinets. Second, prioritize wheelchair mobility. Space in front of and next to appliances is essential. And thirdly, organize your workspace by coordinating utensils, take out shelves from trash cans, frequently…

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Types of truck bed covers: their advantages and disadvantages

Truck bed covers have been a very important accessory for trucks since around 1982. This is not a product that will be ending anytime soon. There may be different types and models, but they have eliminated the truck’s problem of not having anywhere to store your gear and keep it dry. Sure there are truck…

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