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This $10 multi-use kitchen gadget is a strainer, scooper, and server all in one – and it helps reduce the clutter in my kitchen

In a small kitchen, every object needs to serve a deliberate purpose to earn its spot – if it’s multipurpose, that’s even better. When countertop and cabinet space is prime real estate, there’s no room for unused kitchen gadgets, too-large tools, or any other products that will create unnecessary clutter. The good news is that there are plenty of multipurpose products ... Read More »

“My contraceptive pill caused a life-changing stroke at 17”

Driving to the gym on a June evening, 17-year-old Grace Russell could not have imagined a devastating stroke was about to leave her fighting for her life. To her, a normal and popular teen taking her A-levels, strokes were something that happened to old people. But in the coming months, while her friends were out socialising and having fun, Grace ... Read More »

Self Quiz: What Funding is Right for My Small Business?

Small businesses need to tread carefully when they’re looking for funding. There’s a lot of options available. Taking the time to take this 10 question self quiz will steer you toward the solution that fits your needs and budget. 10 Questions to Ask Before Applying for a Small Business Loan Do I Need the Cash Quickly? If you want to ... Read More »

‘I got my Year 1 class blogging – and it has transformed their writing skills’

This primary teacher explains how getting children to contribute to a class blog has had a significant impact on literacy scores “Has Doreen been on yet?” That’s the shout that starts most of my Year 1 classes each day. The call is followed by children running into the class to see if they have any more flag hits or comments on our ... Read More »

I built my own PC and it was super easy – here’s how to do it

In the summer of 2016, I decided to build my own computer – specifically one that can handle running high-resolution video games.I could’ve just bought a ready-made PC from Asus or Alienware, two of the most well-known gaming PC brands. But I like the idea of choosing the parts that go into my computer so I know exactly how much they ... Read More »

5 Unforgettable Life Lessons That My Year-Long Exile From Blogging Taught Me

From 2010 to 2016, writing and blogging were an integral part of my life. My blogging journey of six years gave me global recognition, several accolades, and helped me forge strong connections with thought leaders from across the world (from all walks of life and all age groups). It was instrumental in helping me carve a unique personal brand and ... Read More »

When blogging gets scary: my bout with the bullies who plagiarized my work

I’m a blogger, not a fighter. I enjoy blogging and often criticize myself for not blogging often and frequently enough. Between managing my household and family of daughters plus my husband and my mom who recently moved in with us, in addition to being a fitness instructor and a network marketer, I often lament about there not being enough hours ... Read More »

Write My Paper For Me – The Professional Service Provider

Writing support is an age old issue and since early days of writings, it has been considered as a professional service, which is highly regarded in the contemporary world. There are lots of tasks for the students and research scholars, who want to take the help of a skilled and experienced writer to finish their respective jobs. These unique requirements ... Read More »

I cancelled my car insurance in the cooling-off period, but was still charged

I’d like to ask your views on insurers offering cooling-off periods if you change your mind, but still levying substantial charges if you do. I recently purchased car insurance from One Call Insurance. In my view the application process wasn’t great and when I received the certificate via email the next day, it was unreadable. When I complained I was ... Read More »

AI beating humans? Not in my lifetime, says Google’s cloud chief

By Martyn Williams | Follow Senior U.S. Correspondent, IDG News Service | Nov 16, 2016 5:16 PM PT Diane Greene, senior vice president of Google, speaks at the Code Enterprise conference in San Francisco on November 15, 2016. Credit: Martyn Williams MORE LIKE THIS Why Cortana’s new boss is obsessed with artificial intelligence Steve Jobs Interview: One-on-one in 1995 Will ... Read More »