Monthly Archives: January 2017

  • Woman from Brighton calls for climate change in Twitter reply to Donald Trump

    Ivanka Majic from Brighton, UK this week experience the most bizarre circumstance of the newly elected US president Donal Trump unintentionally mistaking her for his own daughter via a Twitter announcement. Courageously Majic aged 42 utilised her 5 minutes of fame to speak brazenly towards Trumps earlier views surrounding his denial of climate change. Coincidently Ivanka is a former digital director for the Labour party, insisting that she is more concerned in highlighting the danger of an environmental denier in the White House than a blunder by the US’s newly elected president.

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  • New Years resolution ideas for your property in 2017

    A New Year’s resolution is a tradition that dates back some 4,000 years ago. It is said that the tradition stemmed from ancient Rome when the ruling emperor Julius Caesar rearranged the calendar and pronounced January the 1st as the start of the new year. Consequently January held significant importance for the Romans whom conceived that Janus signified reflecting upon the previous year and into the future. Moreover the Romans put forward sacrifices to the gods and committed promises of good behaviour towards the year ahead. The start of 2017 is the perfect time to draw your attention towards your property furthermore it is the perfect time to make changes to your bad habits ...
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  • Where is the best location to wall mount electric radiators?

    As humorous as it may appear radiator positioning can be somewhat a contentious subject, since there are fundamentally two theories under contention for the most advantageous fitting location within the home. Essentially it boils down to concluding whether or not it is best practice to place your wall mounted electric radiator beneath your windows or an alternative wall space? It might sound an insignificant decision although this may be strongly influenced upon your properties specification. Both outlooks are equally reputable but which should I take into consideration?

    Positioning radiators directly under windows

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