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How To Realise a Dream

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Everyone has dreams – some are unrealistic – like winning millions on the Lottery, owning the latest Sunseeker motor yacht, or having a home in the Bahamas.

How To Go On A First Date

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Whatever your age, there are a few ‘rules’ you should observe when making or accepting a date, especially if the person is a stranger or casual acquaintance – and this applies to both men and women.

How To Ask a Man Out

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Social customs change quite quickly and it is no longer frowned upon for a woman to ask a man out on a date.

How To Observe Wassail!*

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‘Wassail!’ is the old salutation uttered when drinking a person’s health, and also refers to the liquor in which such healths were drunk, especially ale with roasted apples, sugar and nutmeg.

How To Be Happy

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Personal happiness is a state of mind and in the current economic climate it is extremely difficult to feel happy when we have a problem paying our bills, managing our relationships, or worrying about

How To Meet Someone New

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It’s easier said than done but there is no stigma attached to joining something to meet other people – whether it’s new friends or a prospective partner.

How To Consider Making a Prenuptial/Cohabitation Agreement

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Often in the news where celebrity couples are concerned, prenuptial and cohabitation agreements are not as legally cut and dried as they may seem.

How To Chose the Right Home for your Retirement

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Retirement means having more time on our hands and one of the first considerations is whether we want to move house and get the most out of life.

How To End A Letter

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The way we end a letter says much about us than we realise.

How To Find Out More About Pagan Belief

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Paganism is an umbrella term for the fasting growing belief in the Western world.

How To Make A Good Luck Charm

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Most people have a ‘lucky piece’ that they carry with them for good luck, and it’s a custom that’s been going strong since the days of ancient Egypt.

How to Write a Press Release

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Whatever you are planning to announce to the media, whether it is a gig, a new mother and toddler group, a visit from a celebrity or big charity event, you will need to know what to write in the press

How To Arrange A ‘Car Boot’ Picnic

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Anyone who has ever been to a game or agricultural fair, point-to-point meeting, or any other form of rural sporting event, will know the importance of providing a ‘good boot’.

How to stay safe while walking alone

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It does not matter where you are these days - if you are out alone it has never been more important to be aware of your own safety.

How To Become More Street-Wise

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We live in increasingly aggressive times and one of the most effective ways to prevent ourselves from becoming another crime statistic is to think outside the box, and avoid drawing attention to ourse

How To Serve Traditional Afternoon Tea as a Fund Raiser

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Few of us have the time to stop in the middle of the afternoon for a leisurely tea, but the tradition can be revived in the form of a modest fund-raiser.

How to organise a game of Roll A Pound At The Whisky at a fundraising evening

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During a break in your fundraising event, you may be trying to increase your income for the evening. This is a quick and simple game that encourages people to part with their money.

How to organise a game of Heads and tails at a fundraising evening

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During a fundraising evening, people will often have a raffle. Heads and Tails is a quick, fun game that takes about five minutes to play but is an extra way to help fill your coffers.

How to organise a fundraising event for charity

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This is a somewhat 'cover all' title and understandably might seem confusing since it isn't focused towards a particular type of charity event.

How Does Cocaine Affect The Body

Drugs are an ever-present phenomenon in modern culture, visible in everything from the media to everyday reality.

Cocaine is an addictive substance which is available in various forms for recreational use. Also known as charlie, snow, coke and white, it is a fine white powder which is generally snorted into the nose. However, it is also obtainable in crystalline form, in which case it is known as 'crack'.

The two forms of cocaine differ not only in terms of appearance but also in how they are used and how quickly they affect the body. Powdered cocaine ingested through the nose must be absorbed into the bloodstream before it can begin to take effect. Crack cocaine is often smoked and therefore enters the bloodstream more quickly than powder. Cocaine can also be injected into the bloodstream; this results in the rapid onset of it's effects.

How to register with the Mail Preference Service

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Do you hear the postman arrive with the clunk of the letter box and a heap of envelopes on the floor, only to find that most of your post is 'junk' mail?

How to have a stress-free Christmas Day

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Christmas should be a time of joy and fun, of celebration and parties and spending time with those you love. But Christmas can become a time of stress and arguments.

How to find your local MP

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If you want to find out more about your local Member of Parliament, or get in touch with them, this is quite straight forward.

How to join the library

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With a library, you can borrow books, typically 12 at a time for a period of three weeks - free. CDs and DVDs are also available for a small charge.

How to go to Church

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With Christmas just around the corner, churches around the globe will be preparing special services to celebrate the season.

How to make a New Year resolution

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As the chimes ring at midnight on New Years Eve will you be resolving to make some changes to your life? And do you hope that resolve will last past January 2nd?

How to setup a nativity set

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Setting up a nativity scene can be part of the Christmas preparations in your house and can help focus on the original meaning of Christmas.

How to find your local church service times

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It's getting nearer to Christmas and your thoughts are turning towards carols and church. You are tempted to go to your local church for a Christmas service, and may be even on a Sunday.

How to find a volunteer opportunity

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There are so many ways to volunteer and so many reasons to do it.

How to register to vote online

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If you are a eligible to vote in the UK, but are not currently on the electoral register, you can register online.

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