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About Us

Hi I’m Alvin Tucker. I live in Scotland and until recently operated a tourism business. Due to recent lockdown restrictions, my business went under unfortunately. However, this blog is for me the phoenix rising from the ashes as I publish lifestyle factors and issues in a new business way forward for me.

Take a look at what I've discovered and am now presenting to you here in this wonderful blog of mine.

Things You Can Do In The Wilds Of Scotland

My business was all about tourism in the wilds of Scotland, so I want to share with you just some of the amazing aspects of this stunning world location.

You will discover the very best places you can visit together with Scotland's ultimate places to walk.

If you've never been to Scotland, then you really must do what you can to visit. You will be coming for the sunshine and hot weather, but if you're looking for breath-taking landscape and scenery then Scotland has the very best to offer.

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11 Life Lessons From Albert Einstein

11 Life Lessons From Albert Einstein

Einstein was not only a brilliant scientist and genius, but he also had many insights into life. He understood the importance imagination, the need for perseverance and, most importantly, how to keep learning. The human brain was not made to be restful and its full potential is still unknown. Your brain, your capabilities, and your life are your responsibility. You are lying if you believe it is. 1. "The measure intelligence is the ability of change" Also, don't forget to be alert and keep your head up! The economy and the world are constantly changing. No matter what your profession ...
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Should People Over 70 Keep Driving

Should People Over 70 Keep Driving

Spain allows people over 70 to continue driving in Spain. Do you believe that they shouldn't continue driving in Spain because of their age? Although very experienced and cautious, they are also extremely cautious and cautious. However, their reflexes are limited and they have limited ability to respond to unforeseen circulatory events. According to the General Directorate of Traffic (DGT) data, the number of Spanish drivers who drive is 2,251,000 and has increased exponentially over the past ten years. The number of drivers aged 70 and over has almost doubled in a decade (2005 to 2015), from 1,444,575 drivers to ...
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What Do You Need To Know If You Are Dating Someone Who Is In A Wheelchair?

What Do You Need To Know If You Are Dating Someone Who Is In A Wheelchair?

Kristen Parisi is a girl who uses a wheelchair and shares her experiences with those who are considering dating someone with a disability. It's not clear to me whether I am a hopeless romantic, or a cynic. Since I was five years old, I've been in a wheelchair. It was a result of a frontal crash on the road. Unconsciously, I used to build walls for it. In my own life, there have been many times when I feared that no one would want to be with someone like me. It's a constant battle between my instincts and my uncertainty ...
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11 Science-Backed Things Women Find Irresistible

11 Science-Backed Things Women Find Irresistible

Let's be real, men: We all want to know the desires of women. A group of scientists have asked the same question. In this post I have laid out 11 things that are science-backed that women find irresistible. Although good looks are important, they may not be as crucial as you think. Studies show that women prefer to be with attractive men for adventure, and not long-term relationships. Women need to have a sense of humor. It makes men appear smarter, according to scientists. Women prefer men who are generous and do good deeds to be in long-term relationships. Studies ...
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The 7 Dirtiest Things In A Hotel Room

The 7 Dirtiest Things In A Hotel Room

Always bring antibacterial wipes with you when you travel. Have you ever wondered if there is something beneath the clean surface of your hotel room? Here are the 7 most disgusting things that you will find in a hotel room. 1. Remote controls They may contain bacteria like MRSA, E-Coli and staph. It is possible that they are so filthy it is best to not touch them. 2. Telephones, light switches and taps You wouldn't want them to come in contact with your body. Although their cleaning might have appeared a little sloppy, it doesn't mean they don't clean them ...
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How To Slow Down The Pace Of Life

How To Slow Down The Pace Of Life

You can start living life at a pace that allows for you to be fully present in what you do. What are the commonalities between urban gardens, home canning, vinyl record resurgence, and old trades? All of them are ways to tackle the same problem: the fast pace of modern living. Boiling fresh blackberries for jam can give you the satisfaction of making something you wouldn't normally find in a shop. You can knit a scarf on a train ride, which allows you to enjoy a time that wouldn't otherwise be yours. You don't have to stop knitting or cooking; ...
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8 Secrets To Reading Body Language

8 Secrets To Reading Body Language

You will learn to recognize gestures and body language, and be able to discern what your interlocutor really thinks. If you pay attention, body language can reveal a lot about how others think. Who hasn't wanted to be able to read other people's minds? It is possible to already understand more body language signals than what you might think. According to a University of California study, only 7% of communication can be attributed to the words we use. The tone of voice is responsible for 38% and body language for 55%. This 55% is what can make you stand out ...
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An Overview Of Loch Ness

An Overview Of Loch Ness

Loch Ness, home of Scotlands most mysterious and elusive creature, is an impressive loch by anyone’s standards. Stretching approximately 22 miles in length and up to 1mile in width, its deep waters are where mysteries were born. Waves appear unexpectedly and dark shadows haunt the surface. The story surrounding the Loch Ness Monster, also known affectionately as Nessie, dates back some 1500 years to the times of two fearsome Celtic tribes, the Picts and the Scots. St Columba, an Irishman of royal descent who has been given credited with bringing Christianity to Scotland, came over to Scotland after being banished ...
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An Overview Of The Isles of Harris & Lewis

An Overview Of The Isles of Harris & Lewis

The Outer Hebrides are a truly unique place, like nowhere else in Scotland. It is here on the very edge of Europe that our Gaelic language, culture and heritage are at their strongest and most vibrant. A world apart, but only a short ferry journey away. With a wide variety of landscapes the two islands are separated not by water but by a range of mountains, but in a land where travel by boat was the easiest way around before the car was freely available this is not as strange as it first sounds. From the bleak, wind blasted stone ...
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An Overview Of The Isle of Skye

An Overview Of The Isle of Skye

People speak of an unearthly force that draws them back to Skye again and again, be it in person or in memory – and once you have been on this Isle you will understand. It is not just the ever-changing landscape that takes your breath away but also the mysticism of the island – it is said that there is not a rock or mountain that does not have a legend attached to it – and if you can find out these stories your time on Skye will be far more vivid and colourful. Saying that – it does have ...
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An Overview Of Glencoe

An Overview Of Glencoe

Glencoe is one of the most dramatic glens in Scotland with one of the most disturbing and painful stories of the Jacobean Period. As you enter from either side of the glen, the steep sides start to tower above your head ending with rugged peaks glistening in the sunshine. It is a popular spot for walking and hiking with tracks going to the tops of the mountains whilst others find hidden glens with waterfalls having crystal clear waters. After a few minutes walk, you can be in peace and serenity absorbing the rugged beauty and history. Several films have been ...
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