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The banjo is an instrument that’s not for everyone, much like the piano, guitar, or drums. But you have to try it out first in order to really be sure whether it’s the instrument for you – or not. One thing can be said about the banjo, however – it’s a lot of fun to play, and if you become good at it, you’ll enjoy playing the instrument and finding different ways of playing it for years to come. With a banjo, you will never be bored. But learning to

To say that “burning fat” is the buzz phrase of the health and fitness industry would be a gross understatement. It’s been like this for years and in truth, it’s something that’s not going to go away anytime soon. One of the big problems about this craze is that a lot of people try and reduce their fat levels with quick wins. Sure, some of these quick wins can be masterstrokes, but at the same time many are a recipe for disaster. Many don’t help you in the slightest and

The bespoke suit speaks for itself. It is made with the person in mind and when done right fits like a second skin. While there are other options for suits, such as made to measure (MTM) and ready to wear, bespoke suits stand out because of the story they carry. It may seem strange for a brand-new suit to have a story before it is even used, but the process behind the tailoring and the history of the tailor himself, adds to the charm of the suit. Whether they come

If you are responsible for taking care of a loved one with dementia, then you know very well how difficult and challenging it can be. This is particularly true during the latter stages of the disease. With dementia, behavioural challenges can become more prevalent as the disease progresses, and even the personality of your loved one can change as well. Behavioural challenges and personality changes can best be met with patience, flexibility, creativity, and empathy. Following are some of the most important tips you can make use of to deal

Those of us who live in a big city are quite familiar with the long hours spent commuting to and from work. If you too ride the bus/underground/train to work for what seems like an eternity, you have probably thought that you could use that time for something more productive.  Here are five ideas you could do to kill time while commuting: Play an Online Game The chances are you too played the superpopular game Candy Crush and you got tired of it. But, there are many other more complex

People understandably look forward to their summer holidays, with a trip abroad providing the perfect opportunity for rest, relaxation and over-indulgence. However, regular gym goers can miss their fitness activities when travelling, but there are plenty of places around the world where you can enjoy a healthy break away from day-to-day life. Read on to find out more about our top four recommended destinations for staying healthy on your travels. Denver, USA Better known for hosting some of the world’s most iconic music events, Red Rocks also offers a summer

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