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It typically cold up here in Scotland. Especially around the Highlands in the winter. I could write just about Scotland and be focused specifically on Scotland. You would expect that I suppose with the domain name that I have. My expression goes beyond that though and here you will see the posts that I write about that are to do with everyday life. The struggles, the hardships, the ups and the downs. How to do this and how to do that way you get this way get that. You name it and write about it. Check it out here below.

How To Become A Lovely Person

How To Become A Lovely Person

These are just a few of the skills that you can use to be more charismatic. 1. Follow the movements of another person Columbia University psychologist Adam Galinsky asked his colleagues to ask a group of participants how they would imitate their partner in a 2007 negotiation study. The results ...
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How To Leave The Past Behind

How To Leave The Past Behind

It is difficult to stop thinking about past negative experiences. If we continue to hold on to that pain, it can make it impossible for us move towards something better. These eight techniques will help you forget about the past. 1. Take lessons from the past but don't forget to ...
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11 Things You Should Know Before Moving to the Caribbean

11 Things You Should Know Before Moving to the Caribbean

Living in the Caribbean is not the same as being on vacation obviously as this life is not for everyone so, I suggest you visit the caribbean before moving to the Caribbean, and you will understand why after you read the information below. Every time I say ...
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11 Life Lessons From Albert Einstein

11 Life Lessons From Albert Einstein

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 ...
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Should People Over 70 Keep Driving

Should People Over 70 Keep Driving

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 ...
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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?

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 ...
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11 Science-Backed Things Women Find Irresistible

11 Science-Backed Things Women Find Irresistible

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 ...
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The 7 Dirtiest Things In A Hotel Room

The 7 Dirtiest Things 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 ...
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How To Slow Down The Pace Of Life

How To Slow Down The Pace Of Life

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; you ...
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8 Secrets To Reading Body Language

8 Secrets To Reading Body Language

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 ...
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An Overview Of Loch Ness

An Overview Of Loch Ness

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 ...
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An Overview Of The Isles of Harris & Lewis

An Overview Of The Isles of Harris & Lewis

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 ...
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An Overview Of The Isle of Skye

An Overview Of The Isle of Skye

Saying that – it does have a way of speaking for itself – even if you did not hear of the faeries, kelpies, Celtic warriors, selkies you would still get a feeling that there is magic in the air. Skye comes the Norse for cloud (sk) and Island (ye). In ...
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An Overview Of Orkney

An Overview Of Orkney

Staring north from the mainland the Islands dominate the horizon whilst the sky seems to go on forever. There are about 70 Islands in the group and only 17 of them are inhabited. Orkney’s culture is unique within Scotland. Civilisation has gone back over 5000 years with stone age villages, ...
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An Overview Of Glencoe

An Overview Of Glencoe

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 ...
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An Overview Of Durness & Sutherland

An Overview Of Durness & Sutherland

There is also a thriving artistic community a mile or so along the road at Balnakeil Craft Village. Within the local area can be found evidence of cave dwellings at Smoo Caves (meaning Hiding Place) dating back over 6000 years ago. There are now boat trips around the interior caves ...
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An Overview Of Oban

An Overview Of Oban

The name Oban comes from the Gaelic for small bay. Oban has been a popular tourist destination since the Victorian era, with a steamship bringing visitors from Glasgow as early as 1812. The town centre is packed with tourist and high street shops alike. In amongst them can be found ...
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Hi I’m Alvin Tucker. As a born and bred Scott, and a "has been" tourist businessman since my business went bust, I have a lot to offer my readers in life. So please check out my posts...

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