2016

  • How to reduce the cost of your wedding

    Weddings can be astronomically expensive; if you don't budget carefully, the costs can quickly spiral out of control. Fortunately, there are quite a few simple ways to keep costs down and still have the wedding of your dreams. Choose the right type of wedding cake A beautifully decorated, delicious cake is an important part of any wedding. However, the extravagant creations produced by most wedding bakers come with very high price tags.
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  • Outdoor Entertainment: Enhancing the Visual Appeal of Your Exterior Space

    Inviting friends over and having a barbeque is a favourite Australian pastime. As such, you will find a significant number of homeowners will want to have an exterior living space that they can use for outdoor entertainment. Nevertheless, having this space does not simply mean putting some chairs together and placing a grill there. Instead, you should take the time to decorate it just as you would the interior of your home so as to create an attractive space.
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  • How to Throw an Awesome Beach Party When You Live Nowhere near the Beach

    Who says you need to live by the sea to throw an awesome beach party? Organizing a backyard beach party even on the inland is a great novelty, perfect for birthdays, special occasions, or just enjoying warm weather with friends. Hitting the beach has even been shown to have multiple health benefits, which you can recreate at home. Next time there's a heatwave, don't sit inside dreaming of a tropical getaway -- create your own instead.
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  • Helping your child with autism enjoy a dance class

    Dance class has a number of benefits for children with autism, but some dance classes can be overwhelming for children with autism. Finding a great dance class for your child with autism can help your child to embrace their physicality, increase flexibility and enjoy a chance to a social activities with their peers.  Here are some things to do when you are looking for a music class for your child. 
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  • Access Granted: Choosing Disabled Access Equipment For Your Above-Ground Swimming Pool

    If you are disabled, or are close to somebody who is, you're probably well acquainted with how difficult it can be to enter, exit and generally use swimming pools that don't have disabled access equipment. However, while complex and expensive disabled access equipment was previously the preserve of commercially-owned pools, manufacturers now make a range of equipment designed to allow easy disabled access to smaller residential pools, including the above-ground models found in many an Australian back garden.
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  • Transport Options on Your Big Day: How to Get Your Guests to and from Your Wedding

    Getting married requires a great deal of logistical planning. One of the important aspects of your big day is ensuring that all your guests can get to and from the venue safely and with a minimum of fuss. So what are some key ways to make sure that your guests can get there quickly and easily to celebrate your big day?   A Central Location Depending on your budget and your preferences, you might already have discarded the idea of hosting your wedding at a truly central location, somewhere in the heart of your town or city.
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