Working can be hard sometimes, so it’s natural for us to shy away from doing what we have to do from time-to-time. Procrastination is a big problem these days, and it’s exacerbated since there are more distractions online than ever before, but additionally, more work is being done online too. Sometimes we just need to knuckle down and concentrate to get work done, be it admin, or perhaps something more creative. So what tips and tricks can you use to complete that thing you’ve been putting off for ages?
So one or maybe more than one of your children has asked to have a pet. Now, if the family has never had experience with pets before, this can feel like a daunting undertaking. It can be quite easy to say ‘no’ to reduce the hassle, cost, and possibly the mess as well, but having a pet can teach children a lot about care, responsibility, ownership, and dedication. So when it comes to pets, what are the best options to start out with? Well, there are several options.
I found myself listening to the radio today, which is not something I’d normally do. On it, I heard two cover songs, both of which, I presume are currently in the charts. So I thought to myself: ‘Is music going the way of cinema, where everything is just remade for a newer audience?’ Obviously, the level hasn’t got so bad that every other song is a cover version, but it sometimes feels like it might get that way if it isn’t stopped. Now might be an apt time to remember why some covers are good, but not all cover versions are born equal. So what are the very best, and what are the very worst?
In an increasingly technological world, it can feel like you’re constantly falling behind in the tech race. You could choose to be ahead of the curve to compensate, but that could lead you down the roads of new fads that might not catch on, and could soon fade into the ether (remember Google glass everyone?). Additionally, getting brand-new top-of-the-range tech can be mega expensive. The secret behind that is to wait a little while to see if tech catches on, and if the prices go down. So what tech should you be getting? Well, here’s just a few.
For most Brits like me, it’s something that commonly pops up on many people’s bucket lists: visit America. And I was no different. I recently had the pleasure and privilege of ticking off that item from my bucket list when I visited the tourist hotspot of Washington DC, a place completely packed with history. So what did I get up to, and what would I recommend?
So you’ve bought an iPhone, which means you’re now in the club—congratulations. However, for all the good things that Apple devices do, battery power isn’t something iPhones are great for. In fact, they’re pretty poor. So what can be done about it? Buying two phones? Don’t be silly. Getting an Android? Possible, but it could feel like a downgrade. Here are just a few easy tips that you can do to make your phone battery last for much, much longer.