My Peep At Life…

August 3, 2009

New government scheme

Filed under: News — @ 10:29 AM
Raleigh expedition

In the current economic climate it is tougher than ever for graduates to find jobs. Therefore the government is starting a new scheme to help fund graduates if they take a gap year abroad. Normally a graduate would need to raise

August 2, 2009

Make the right choice

Filed under: Health and Fitness,Reviews — @ 5:23 PM
best pills

Anyone who has ever suffered would like a quick fix to weight problems, or at least a helping hand to make control easier. There are a lot of different weight loss pills available but it is very difficult to choose the right one for you. If you’re not careful you can spend a lot of money and not get the results you desire.

July 30, 2009

Updated website to give a better experience

Filed under: Business,Reviews,Shopping — @ 4:41 PM
Reid

You can find all the industrial supplies you need online. Supplying industrial products since 1984 you can be sure Reid Supply will have what you need. With the new website you can use the smarter search to find what you need more quickly, and the simplified site design with more product images gives the information you need when you need it. Finally the new streamlined checkout will improve the experience from start to finish.

July 29, 2009

The Witch in Wookey

Filed under: News — @ 10:30 AM
Wookey Hole Caves

One of the many options to take your children over the summer is Wookey Hole, where they can meet the new witch, Carole Bohanan. Previously an estate agent Carole is looking forward to her new role, although she is planning to redefine the role, being a glamorous witch rather than the traditional type. I’m sure Wookey Hole will be a great place to visit, combining fun and games with history and natural wonders in the caves.

July 27, 2009

Self destructing data

Filed under: News — @ 10:42 AM
data destruct

You have to be very careful about what information you allow about yourself on the web, as it then becomes impossible to remove again, and can come back to haunt you at some point in the future. However, a new prototype system, called ‘Vanish’, has now been developed that will destroy data after a set time limit. This new system could make privacy possible again, something that was becoming rarer and rarer in the online world we live in today.

July 26, 2009

All the little details

Filed under: People and Communities,Reviews,Shopping — @ 8:53 PM
cherry blossoms invite

Your wedding should be a fantastic day, but there is a lot to organise. Planning your big day means keeping track and deciding on all the little details that make up the big picture. One of the many things to sort out are wedding invitations, once the basics such as date and venue have been sorted. You can design your own cards or choose among pre-set designs, making sure everyone else knows about your big day.

July 25, 2009

Drive into the sunset

Filed under: Reviews,Travel — @ 8:19 PM
RV

With the current financial difficulties taking a holiday regularly can seem impossible. However, with a bit of planning you could invest for future holidays by getting an RV or motorhome, giving you the freedom to explore whenever you have the time and where ever you can drive. You can take the first step with rv finance and find an affordable way to make your holiday dreams happen.

July 22, 2009

Marrying without changing the name

Filed under: News — @ 10:55 AM
Kelly & Kelly Hildebrandt

Getting married usually involves a certain amount of admin work as one partner or the other changes their name to show the new connection. For this couple though there was no change involved as they already share the same name! They actually met through their name as well, finding each other on facebook through a name search. It’s not all been plain sailing though, as a holiday nearly got canceled due to 2 places being booked in the same name. For their wedding they are using their middle names as well to show some distinction.

July 20, 2009

Not such a dumb animal

Filed under: News — @ 10:25 AM
Willow, reading dog

It really is amazing what you can train a dog to do. A New York animal trainer has taught her dog to read simple commands in just 6 weeks. Her terrier, Willow, will play dead at the word ‘bang’, begs at the words ‘sit up’ and will stretch a paw in the air at the word ‘wave’. It’s not just particular shapes either, as she will react to the words whether handwritten or printed from a computer.

July 15, 2009

More charges for health care

Filed under: News — @ 10:02 AM
news_health

With all the difficulties facing people today the Government seems determined to keep making things worse. The latest news is to potentially bring in a compulsory social care bill that could cost everyone

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