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3 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do online

From booking a family holiday, to doing your weekly food shop, to updating your Facebook status, there are a number of reasons why you might use the internet. The world wide web is a pretty big place, and it’s more than likely there are a plethora of activities you can do on it that you’re not even aware of. Keep reading to discover corners of the web you might not have visited yet.
1. Take out a personal loan
When it comes to managing your money, the internet can come in very handy. Between looking up your current account balance, to transferring funds to other people, to paying bills, online banking is a tool that many of us use on a regular basis. But, did you know it’s possible to borrow money online too? Whether you’re keen to buy a new car or you want to plan the wedding of your dreams, you can apply for a personal loan from the comfort of your own home at the click of a button, cutting out the need to visit a bank in person. Applying for a loan online is straightforward, and you may be able to access the money quicker than you think. For example, personal loan provider chillmoney.ie can approve applications within minutes, with the funds being in your account the next working day.

2. Order prescription medicines
Let’s be honest – arranging to see your doctor can be difficult. Whether you simply don’t have enough time or you’re struggling to book an appointment, did you know you could save yourself the hassle and order your medicines via the internet instead? There are a number of trusted and reputable pharmacies online that offer a wide range of treatments, meaning you don’t necessarily need to see your GP for a prescription.
Usually, you’ll be required to complete an online consultation first and, once it’s been approved, you should receive your requested treatment, eliminating the need for you to schedule an appointment with your doctor.
3. Design something and have it printed in 3D
If you’ve always assumed that 3D printing is a futuristic technology only accessible to scientists in laboratories, you can think again. It’s now available to you online. This innovative manufacturing process allows you to take a digital file of just about anything you want and turn it into a three-dimensional solid object. Using a combination of different gadgets, it’s achieved by using additive processes – the addition of multiple thinly sliced, horizontal layers of material until the desired object is created.

Sounds complicatedly cool, right? Well now you can design your own masterpiece via the web and have it posted straight to you. So whether you’re after a totally unique gift or you’re just curious to see how your design turns out, 3D printing is a bandwagon you can jump on without leaving your computer.

There’s no denying that the internet is an extremely useful resource, and although you may reckon you’ve explored all corners of the world wide web, there’s so much more to it than you think.



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Cinderella Tea Party ~ Rathwood




Yesterday we ventured off to the Carlow/Wicklow border, a short 35 minute drive from Kilkenny to the beautiful Rathwood Home and Garden World. We had been invited to Rathwood to experience their Cinderella Tea Party.


Rathwood have being hosting children's events for many years and there's an adventure for children of all ages and adults alike. The popular Rathwood events are filled with fun and entertainment for all the family to enjoy all year round, with the seasonal holiday events being very poplular on board the Rathwood Express Train. Experience the magic of Christmas, the spooky fun of Halloween (we did this last year, both kids loved picking their own pumpkin and carving it afterwards), or"egg"citing Easter adventure (next on our list, who doesn't love an Easter egg hunt). In the summer period they host a Teddy Bear's Picnic and I think it's something that needs to be added to the bucket list of "things to do" this coming summer. What child wouldn't love to join Goldilocks and the three bears for a day.


Five Easy Ways To Help You Cut Out Those Bad Habits




We all have bad habits, but let’s face it: some habits are worse than others. Buying too many books has a significantly lower chance of making you very sick than smoking cigarettes, for example. It takes sixty-six days, or nine weeks and three days to break a habit. Here are some ways that you could do it…



The DIY Garden

It’s spring, this means unpredictable weather mixed in with a little bit of warmth, reminding us that summer is not too far away.  Having a decent sheltered seating area with a nice patio warmer, doesn’t have to be as expensive as it sounds.  You can create your own space without spending a fortune.  The most simple of these is to create a canopy from tent material.  You can erect a pretty simple timber structure to create a pagoda and then fix tent or waterproof material to give you protection in the rain.  Head out to your reclamation yard to find some really rustic timber framing and then purchase a small log burner or fire pit.  You can sit in your garden regardless of the weather and keep yourself warm and dry.


Mummys Worried About Money Need This Advice

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When you’re a mum or a parent you have a lot of responsibilities. One of the biggest is ensuring that they get the quality of life they deserve. That does mean spending money. You need to buy them the right clothes, make sure that they are eating the best food and build the best home possible for them. You’ll also want to spoil your children occasionally, taking them on fun vacations and making Christmas magical. How do you do this when your money troubles are constantly weighing you down. Well, there are ways you can make sure your income stretches further than before.


Living In A Kid-Friendly Home

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You may love your kids, but you definitely don't like all the mess that comes from having coloring books, soft toys and endless plastic blocks lying around. Just because you've got little ones doesn't mean that your house needs to turn into a giant nursery / playpen luckily there are ways to keep the place tidy while still being proud parents!


Gratisfaction – Grab Your Freebies

Grab yourself a freebie!!

Everyone loves freebies, don’t they? I know I do! I was recently introduced to a website called Gratisfaction UK where you can find loads of free stuff. Gratisfaction is the UKs fastest growing freebies site.They bring you the latest free offers throughout the day, every day to bring you the very best free stuff for you and your family.There are links to free samples, money off coupons and competitions, to name a few meaning free stuff in the post to look forward to all the time.


Tips for traveling with children

When you are able to get out of town and enjoy taking a break from life, it is always nice. For those who have kids, going on vacation is definitely something the whole family can look forward to. Before you can head out and enjoy your getaway, if you plan to bring your kids along, it would be wise to do planning a bit differently than what you would if you left the kids behind. 


Here are a few tips for those who plan to travel with children. 


Low Maintenance Gardening: Because Everyone Can Be A Gardener

There is no better feeling than sitting in your garden when the sun is out and enjoying a refreshing glass of homemade lemonade with a couple of friends before having a nice barbecue party. This is the ideal outdoor weekend during spring and summer in the UK. There’s something comforting about having a garden: This is your little piece of nature at home, a peaceful place when you can recharge your batteries when the holidays are too far away. But gardens can be a pain to maintain, especially if you work all week or have young children to take care of. Thankfully, there are a few tips to keep your low maintenance garden looking just as pristine as a small Versailles! Here’s how to make the most of your garden without wasting too much time on it.


Bidvine ~ Every Service At Your Fingertips



Ever wished you could just pick up your phone, type in your address and get a local and professional trusted service at your finger tips? We all lead such busy lives nowadays, moving house, moving cities, it all means that finding professional help for services you require either in your home, a mechanic,a mobile hairdresser the list is endless.

I know there are so many days that the washing is piling up….I could literally be drowning in it, the housework has been left by the wayside, especially if I've been working a couple of shifts together and I feel totally overwhelmed by it all. Those early days when you have a newborn and you never feel the house is clean enough, and you just don't have the energy to eat, not to mind clean. These are the days I always say "I'M GETTING A CLEANER!!!" But then, I don't know who to ask for reccomendations, I go online and there are 200's of listings and half don't answe their phones….. Wouldn't it be the dream to have an app that would let you pop in your postcode, and there is a list of the services you need, well there is one. Let me introduce you to Bidvine. A website and app that allows you to find the right services for you.


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