Keep Animals and Insects Away From Patio Furniture

Once you have acquired the perfect set for you, the last things you want are animals and insects ruining your outdoor furniture. There are a couple solutions to keeping these annoying animals and bugs off your patio furniture. Bugs Be Gone Flies buzzing around your head can distractingly interrupt spending some relaxing time on your…

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Libyan Desert Glass Tektite – Ancient Gemstone of the Pharaohs and Cosmic Bridge Builder of Love

The paraphrased words on Moldavite from “Love is in the Earth” author, Melody: “A pathway of inter-dimensional access to the highest Galactic energies, bringing higher thought forms and patterns through to the Earth plane. A multi-dimensional passage into other realms” equally apply to Libyan Desert Glass. The difference between the two being that Libyan Desert…

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Sea Eagle Foldcat 375fc Review

If you’re playing with the thought of upgrading your boat then take a glance at the Sea Eagle Foldcat 375fc. Too many boats out there promise you comfort and promise you reliability, but rarely does one actually come through with these promises. Therefore, it’s crucial to research and learn which qualities are most relevant for…

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What Is Summit Fever?

If you have ever thought about climbing Mount Everest then it is very likely that you will know all about the term Summit Fever. Many people have described it as an anticipation to reach the top of the mounting disregarding safety, and ethics, among other things. However, is Summit Fever a real thing? Or is…

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Cultural Diversity in Nigeria: A Blessing or a Curse?

Cultural diversity is a phrase generally used in describing a society with people of different ethnic roots which manifest in their languages, mode of dressing, arts, as well as other traditional practices which are either similar or distinctively different from each group. Such traditional practices are highly valued and held with great admiration among people…

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Big Heroes – Little People

Second grade was a very special year for me. It was in second grade that we really started developing close friendships and telling secrets. It was kind of thrilling to know something about yourself that your parents didn’t know. Like falling into the swamp on the way to school. That was the day that my…

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