Month: August 2017

Childproofing Your Kitchen

If you are a small child then the kitchen can be a truly dangerous place. There are so many things that they can grab, touch or put in their mouth which could cause them harm.

This means, as a parent, it is down to you to either stop your children coming into the kitchen altogether, or simply make it a safer place for them to be.

But how can you do this?

We have put together some of our top tips for childproofing the kitchen, and making sure that it is a safe place for your little one to be, as well as still being a great place for you to prepare and cook meals.

Tackle those sharp corners

Smaller children are just the right height to be at risk of banging their heads on the worktops. It will hurt enough if it is on the flat edge, however, if they bang them on the corners then this can really hurt. You can buy things to put on the corners to make them less sharp, but if you are not able to get these, then there are other low cost ways you can make it safer. A simple way is with a dollop of blu tac on the corner as this will make it a little softer. Also, don’t forget those appliances too, contact appliance repair phoenix for more information on ways they have helped their customer tackle this issue.

Think about where you store things

It is a simple fact of life that children love to open drawers and cupboards, this is why it makes sense to have anything dangerous stored well out of their reach. Never store scissors, plastic bags, or anything chemical in low drawers, as children may pull them out and hurt themselves when they are exploring.

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Tips And Tricks For The Groom

When you’re about to get married, the chances are that you’re terrified and excited. And that’s okay, we understand that you may well be quite nervous at the thought of getting married, it’s a big and exciting day. To try and help you with this, we’re taking a look at some of the stylistic elements of the big day, so that will be at least not a worry for you.

Make sure you look the part

This is largely down to circumstance, but you want to make sure that your suit is acceptable for the wedding that you’re having. If it is a traditional wedding, then the traditional kilt may well be the best choice for the job. However, a more modern wedding may find brighter colours and a slightly offbeat look being the best way forward. Obviously, you’ll have planned with your spouse as to what kind of wedding you’ll have long beforehand, so it’s just a question of making sure you look the best you can be.

Do a final check the day before, and the morning of the day

This is very important for making sure that you’re going to be looking the very best you can on the day. Make sure your suit has been ironed and is free from creases, that your shoes have been polished, and also that you have everything ready to go, including any accessories such as cufflinks or a pocket square. On the morning, make sure you look as best as you can, if you use a moisturising product then try and make sure your face is bright and free from oils, and that you’ve paid attention to all the little details, for example if you’ve shaved the stubble from your face.

Make sure your groomsmen look good too

The groomsmen you have are going to be your friends and family, and they’ll need to look as good as possible. Make sure they’re looking dapper and ready to help you get married, so if needs be, give them a quick nudge to run a comb through their hair, or to give their suit another look over. After all, they need to be as ready as you are. Make sure that everyone looks coordinated and uniformly, as this will make for a much neater look when you’re up there getting married.

Overall, these are just a few tips for males in terms of looking and feeling their best when they’re up on the main stage getting married. We appreciate that it can be an incredibly nerve wracking and thrilling day for you, so you’ll obviously want to look your best. Making sure that your suit is ready to go and that you’re ready for the big day is critical for ensuring that everything goes down without a hitch. So brush your suit off one last time, check in with the groomsmen and the best man, and remember that above all else, remember this. Head out to your wedding car. You’ve got this.

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