Bristol On A Budget

20 Mar 19
canadianeasymoving

TorontoRealtyBlog I absolutely hate doing things twice in life. But alas, here I am, re-writing this blog, and it hurts twice as bad to know I was all set to get out ahead of this. I wrote two blogs on the weekend: one for Monday and one for Wednesday.  The first was about debt, and just how much […]

20 Mar 19
News Archives Uk

A report from the Medical Technology Group, which advocates for patient access to treatment, suggests significant restrictions and postal code variations around access to four treatments that have proven effective and beneficial. It has been found that 88% of CCGs limit access to one or more treatments, including: hernia repair surgery; elimination of cataracts; continuous […]

19 Mar 19
Learning Outside the Classroom

Blog post written by: Kirstin Whitney, Primary School Teacher in Kingswood, South Gloucestershire on the outskirts of Bristol. She has taught ‘Outdoor Learning’ for the past 5 years across all ages and developed the school grounds to accommodate the outdoor lessons. My initial brief was to setup and run ‘Forest School’ sessions in the school […]

19 Mar 19
Sabbatical Snapshots

We enjoyed a relaxing morning at the hotel pool, doing some lengths but mainly enjoying lazing in the sunshine. Having arranged a slightly late check out with the hotel, we packed into the taxi and headed about 50km north up Phuket island to our weekend residence. To describe it as a residence would not be […]

18 Mar 19
The Central CT Roundup

The parent company of clothing retailer Mandee will close its Bristol location by the end of next month according to staff members. The retailer is offering deep discounts before its closure. Mandee is a budget brand targeting people aged 18 to 25. Some of the United States’ most prominent retailers are shuttering stores or declaring […]

18 Mar 19
flojoeasydetox

My undergraduate BA in music in the early 90s was a bit of a wash out. Learning life skills and social skills took precedence as I attempted to learn the rudiments of house sharing, balancing a post-rent-payment budget of £7 a week, and basic self-care skills such as cooking, using the launderette and not burning […]

17 Mar 19
Wanderlust and Coffee

I’m excited to say that I’m at the planning stage of my first solo backpacking trip around South East Asia.  My job contract ends mid-November and by then I’m hoping to have saved up enough money to backpack Southeast Asia for a while and then potentially make my way to New Zealand for a working […]

17 Mar 19
RACER

Wind, glare galore and the last practice session at Auto Club Speedway beckoning, Darrell “Bubba” Wallace leaned up against his motorhome and wondered aloud what the day, and more importantly, Sunday would bring. Darrell, it’s a piercing Saturday afternoon here at wind-whipped Auto Club Speedway. To your way of seeing things, how’s it all going? […]

17 Mar 19
Anna Crane Author

It’s quite wonderful when you discover a hidden gem on your doorstep. This is what happened to me recently. Well, to be honest, it wasn’t so much ‘discover’ as ‘rediscover’. You see, I had an epiphany. I love children’s and young adult literature, I am working on a YA book and lo and behold not […]

17 Mar 19
Milton Observer

By Muriel Bristol | March 17, 2019 Milton had the second part of its annual School District election (the first being the Deliberative Session), on Tuesday, March 12, 2019. Only about one-third (32.4%) of the electorate chose to participate: 1047 / 3232 = 32.4%. These results come from photographs of vote totals, which do not […]

17 Mar 19
BRISTOL IS HOME

After a lovely stay at Bloc, I checked out at 10:30 am to make the short walk to the check in desk at Gatwick’s south terminal. Check in was a breeze and was surprisingly quick considering the lengthy line. After a quick meal at Nando’s which consisted of their quinoa salad and a FREE tea […]

17 Mar 19
Elocure - All Natural Remedies, Cures, Health News & More

[ad_1] Practicing fiscal responsibility is admirable — especially for the Bristol Virginia City Council — but it’s never the wrong time to invest in the future. Mayor Kevin Mumpower pumped the brakes Tuesday night during a proposal by Superintendent Keith Perrigan to provide more than $14 million in funding to the city’s four elementary schools […]

16 Mar 19
A walk on the Home Ed Side

Monday 11th March: Emily went to Carly’s but as she was a little under the weather they didn’t get up to much she spent time playing with Carly and Theo, Jessica did her washing and played on her computer while I was at work but boring really Tuesday 12th March: We didn’t do a thing […]

16 Mar 19
Sophie's Suitcase

Heraklion is the capital city of Crete, the biggest of Greece’s many islands and personally I think one of the best in Greece. I have been to Crete twice already and I love returning each time, so I;ve pulled together my favourite things to do in Heraklion, in addition to my previous guide to Ag […]

03 Nov 18
MOTOPANGAEA

  Hanoi, Vietnam. Friday 19th October 2018 A short but interesting ferry ride delivered me back to the mainland, and onto a new and fast road to Hanoi. Interesting? Yes, because of a young guy I met. He was riding around Vietnam and the conversation turned from bikes to funding the ride. I was intrigued […]