Bangkok In Ten Words

Bangkok In Ten Words

1. HEAT Is it me, or does (too) hot? For those who believe that there is nothing worse than staying in Buenos Aires in January and Microcentro walk to one o’clock, I tell them that for me to be there would be a relief. You do not know moisture, heat, which makes in this city. Sure, I forget that I am in the middle of the tropics, the same height as Guatemala City. (Almost) All hostels, shops, restaurants, pharmacies, transport have air conditioning set to zero degrees, then costs go…

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Girl Dresses For Baptism

Girl Dresses For Baptism

The dresses that girls wear are elegant, beautiful and a little complex if we want to choose one that is to our liking. There are some that are used for ceremonies, parties at night or during the day, those that are commonly used. This time we are going to talk about the dresses for the christening. Read this article carefully and you will know what the trends are for this year.

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7 Tips To Survive In A Small Kitchen

7 Tips To Survive In A Small Kitchen

If you want to renovate the kitchen or just give it a new look, but you have the problem of reduced space, do not despair. There are simple and practical solutions to make the most of the space available and create a practical, functional and enjoyable workspace. Below, I’ll give you some tips that will help you organize and decorate your small kitchen. Focus on light colors The white and light tones always create a feeling of amplitude and brightness, so it is perfect for small spaces. Regardless of the…

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Breaking Boundaries and Exceeding Expectations

For many people with special needs, they are held back, not by their own limitations, but by the limitations others place on them simply because they don’t know what they’re truly capable of. Camping releases those limitations for people with special needs, creating an entirely new environment where they, in a sense, get to “start over” and re-discover the amazing talents they have. Whether it’s setting up a cozy bed in a tent, roasting the perfect marshmallow, or experiencing a new animal for the first time, the new experiences help…

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Are women unrepresented in clinical trials?

There are conflicting reports on the representation of women in clinical trials, with one group saying they are overrepresented and others disagreeing. What is really going on? Image Credit Sex The Institute of Medicine advises that sex matters, so both males and females need to be represented in trials to detect gender differences in the effects of pharmaceutical and nonpharmaceutical interventions. Women’s healthcare will be compromised due to a lack of sex-specific information about drugs, their doses and unusual uses of drugs. Trials The demographic make-up of clinical trial participants…

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How to Set Your Home Office Up for Success

According to Forbes contributor, Kenneth Rapoza, one in five Americans work from home. That’s about three million American professionals that never step foot in an office outside their home – 54 percent of them say they’re happier that way. Whether it’s a self-employed individual or someone working a small accounting service or telecommuting for another company, more and more people are hanging up their work shirts, getting out of the “rat race,” and snuggling up to their computers. But, with home offices comes to another challenge – productivity. When you…

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How can you deal with asbestos in your workplace?

Asbestos hasn’t been used in new construction projects for many years, but refurbishments and building conversion projects are frequently held up because asbestos is discovered during the building work. Image Credit In fact, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) warns that asbestos may be present in any building that was completed before 2000. That includes schools, hospitals, factories and offices, so many workplaces can be affected. Asbestos exposure still causes around 5,000 deaths a year, so asbestos in the workplace needs to be rigorously controlled and managed. It’s essential to…

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Everything you need to know about the National Motorhome & Campervan Show 2018

The leisure industry will showcase its products in the UK’s largest show between 20th and 22nd April 2018 at the East of England Arena, Peterborough. Image Credit Largest Event This will be the 28th year that this show has been held, and it is still the UK’s largest motorhome show. Being held in April, it is an excellent starting point to a new season, giving customers the opportunity to test-drive vehicles, change their existing vehicle and get kitted out with the latest gadgets and hobby must-haves. Exhibits The event attracts…

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How to become a truck driver

Transporting goods is more crucial than ever thanks to our love for online shopping and globalisation. The transport of goods is a vast and global network, with continual high demand for truck drivers all over the country. Truck driving as a career can pay well and provide good levels of job satisfaction. Here are some of the first steps in becoming a truck driver: Learn to Drive Before you can begin working as a truck driver, you must have a full car licence. You also need to be over 18…

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