Prepping Your Garden For Summer

Winter has gone (hopefully), so now it’s time, not only to get your garden in shape for spring but for summer too. If winter weather has been harsh on your garden, then there might be damage to your shrubs or trees. Make sure you clean up by pruning your branches as the winter could have damaged them. You’ll need to spend time cutting back dead leaves and branches so that…

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Why Getting Your Mindset Dialled in Is Essential for a Successful Career

Business can easily seem like an eminently practical, and pragmatic thing. A matter of graphs, quarterly profits, and so on. And yet, for all that, every single business begins in the mind of the person or people who created it, and success in business is largely a factor of having the right mindset for the job. After all, where would Apple be without the vision of Steve Jobs? A lot…

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Resources to Help Improve Your Memory

Improving your memory is a great goal but it can be overwhelming, too. You may wonder how to begin boosting your neurons and protecting the information inside your brain. But the good news is you don’t have to struggle alone. There are plenty of books, podcasts, and courses that can help you. Here are a few you might want to consider. Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering…

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How to Make Your Garden a Kids’ Paradise This Spring

If you are looking forward to the spring break or just the weekends when the weather is getting warmer, you might be thinking about adapting your outdoor space to suit your kids’ needs better. There might be some playgrounds around, but most parents would rather keep an eye on their kids when they come home from school or during the weekends and school holidays, instead of taking risks. Below you…

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