Ah spring, the birds are beginning to sing, there is beautiful pollen on the trees, the sky is turning blue. Everything seems just a bit better in the world but no sooner has spring arrived than your season allergies do too and in a flash the “ah” becomes “ah-choo”. Going outdoors between spring and autumn becomes more of a punishment rather than a pleasure. Below are some top tips on how you can reduce the effects of your allergies.
Well, that’s it! With Christmas over and done with, many of us are due back at work already. It can be a big comedown to go back to your job after all that nice, cosy time at home. If you are one of the 57% of UK citizens who drives to work every day then you’re probably not looking forward to battling through the roads again. We’ve got some great ideas for how you can make your commute easier, more comfortable; even fun!
Every day, 5 people die on UK roads and 60 are seriously injured. This includes drivers, cyclists and pedestrians – we’re all responsible for making our roads safer. As part of Road Safety Week 2016 we’ve got some handy tips on road safety for kids and adults, whether you’re in a car, on a bike or on foot.
A leading insurance company has found that thefts go up by 22% on Bonfire Night! Burglaries are much more common in winter as criminals take advantage of the longer nights. 40% of them happen between 5 and 11pm. While you’re enjoying the fireworks your stuff could be getting stolen. You don’t have to feel helpless! We’ve got some advice on keeping your home secure to prevent this from happening to you.
November 5th is a date that’s dreaded by many pet owners. While other people are outside enjoying the fireworks you end up desperately trying to comfort distressed pets. It’s gotten worse in recent years as fireworks get set off for a week around Bonfire Night! We’ve compiled some advice on how to keep your dog or cat happy during Fireworks Night. Including how to use aromatherapy to calm you both down!