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Flood risk consulting is something a friend introduced me to recently. It seems to be... wait for it... consulting about the risk of flooding. Coming from Northern Ireland we don't seem to have a large amounts of flooding - which is surprising considering the amount of rain that we have!
It's one of those things that teters between the fascinating and the mind-numbingly dull! Anyway, I hope all goes really well.
There are a host of so called solutions out there for morning sickness. Different ones seem to suit different people at different times. For some people, the things that helped previously, now turn their stomach just to think about it!
Morning sickness, although often very unpleasant, is generally a good sign during pregnancy. When my wife went in to hospital following pregnancy complications, one of the first things he asked was about sickness, then later said that this would have been a good sign.
Even though it can be a good sign, often pregnancies can pass with very little unpleasant side effects.
What triggers it?
On a completely unscientific level, here are a few things that, in my experience, can act like a trigger on the day. Although my wife laughed at how silly it sounded, a few days ago she had to stop watching our daughter on a roundabout as it was making her feel nautious!. Often hunger can be a cause - if she doesn't keep putting things down - things can start coming up! Smells can also be a trigger, and these could be the very same smells that she used to enjoy!
Again, on a completely unscientific level, here are a few things that can help. Simple chewing gum can help, dry biscuits (ginger ones are a favourite), dry breadsticks, crisps and a whole host of other things - depending on the day or even hour!
SEO in the Field belonging to Manse
Search Engine Optimisation, or SEO, is the practice of performing techniques on a website that will improve its visibility in a search engine. As a commercial service, this is relatively new and obviously has only come about since the dawn of the search engine and even more so since the appearance of the search engine giant Google. As a practice, there is an ongoing debate as to whether this a science or simply an art ? no one can agree.
In the beginning, there were relatively few firms offering SEO as a service, and this tendered to centre around the main commercial centres of the UK, such as London, Manchester, Birmingham etc. But, as demand grew, so did supply and it was not long before smaller towns and cities throughout the UK also had service providers. Website SEO Mansfield would not have been deemed impossible some years ago, but now there are a variety of companies offering services.
Another advantage of the internet based services is that they are no longer location specific. Someone offering web design in Mansfield, or seo Nottingham, can now also offer the same services to the world at large. The world is now very much smaller than it was 25 years ago.
I often think, 'People simply wouldn't behave like that normally!' when I see people acting agressively on the roads. It seems to be that people who would otherwise be generally polite (at least on the outside) suddenly become idiots when they start driving on the road.
Bad driving is everywhere, people driving too close to the car in front, cutting in, driving aggressively, too fast, etc. etc. But is it really worth it and why do we do it?
I often think that the problem is that we feel too safe in our cars. Whether people just feel invincable in a 'road safety' way (after all, cars are actually becoming safer, with airbags, crumple zones etc.) or in a 'castle', where they simply feel that nobody can get at them so they are able to threatan, shout, etc.
What triggers it?
I honestly believe that it is simple 'faulty' human nature - we are selfish and agressive, but know when to show it. I once heard someone say that we are like tubes of toothpaste - when you squeeze it hard, what's inside, comes out. In the same way, while we feel 'super safe' we don't feel the need to hide the rubbish bits.
Good quality driver training helps. Thinking, 'if I meet this person in the supermarket tomorrow, what would I feel like?' also helps.
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Certainly quicker cleaner and easier - but are electric razors a realistic substitute for the good old 'blade and cream'?
Thanks to my wife, I don' often use razors to give myself a clean shave. My wife likes the slightly 'rougher' look, and thinks that a clean shave makes me look like a little boy!
However, when I do shave, I like the fresh feeling of the wet shave as opposed to an electric one. In my opinion, there really is no contest - although saying that, the modern, slightly more expensive shavers may make the cut closer.
I'm guessing the problem is that an electric razor needs to have some sort of 'guard' to protect the face. That guard, by default, means that there will be a very small gap between the blade and the skin.
Even if using an electric razor means that a second shave may be needed later in the day, the fact that electrics are so quick, easy and clean to use, means that 2 electric shaves could still take a shorter overall time!