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Author: Stephanie Tierney

As the holidays are coming up, bonding with your close ones is something you shouldn’t miss out on. And if hosting a party sounds like a good idea, how can you make sure the party won’t be boring? Well, recently, alcohol tasting parties have become very...

If you’ve been on the lookout for a new hobby that will get you off the couch and make you more active, rollerblading is definitely one you should try out. It is a fun, liberating way to spice up your exercise routine! However, if you're just starting out, it's important to have the proper safety gear. If you're a seasoned veteran, you know that practising a few safety measures can help ensure a happy and healthy rollerblading experience for many years to come!

Finding yourself bored of all your current interests can be depressing. But no need to worry, we live in a world of endless possibilities. You might be looking for a new hobby that will get you off your couch and interact with nature or one that lets you stay in the comfort of your home and helps you channel your creativity.

If you fall into the second category, acrylic paint pouring might be just what you need.

If you’re looking for a way to upgrade your backyard, you should get an outdoor pizza oven. You can transform your backyard space into a cosy and inviting place where you can cook your favourite food and enjoy it alone or in the company of your closest friends and family. Cooking is fun. Even more when you do it outside the walls of your kitchen.

Biking has been one of the most popular activities and transportation methods of the 21st century. Not only do you get to breathe some fresh air while commuting, but it’s also a great way to maintain a fit body shape and lower your carbon footprint.

Homebrewing is an ancient art, but passing it from generation to generation has made it slip into modern times. With the rise of craft breweries and distilleries, there are more opportunities than ever to experiment with creating your own spirit. Throughout history, distilled spirits have been used in medicine, and some cultures implement it even still, but now home brewing is one of the most cherished art forms that can grow from a casual pastime to a blooming business overnight.

In simple terms, business casual can be defined as attire that’s not as formal but still gives off a professional and serious vibe. Then again, there isn’t a strict definition and every person interprets it differently. Nevertheless, there are a couple of clothing pieces you should have in your closet that can help you achieve the business casual look you’re after.

There is nothing more disconcerting than an insect buzzing around your home. Aside from being annoying, insects can also be responsible for the spread of bacteria both inside and outside your home, with some prone to biting you and your family, leaving painful welts on the skin. With that said, it's clear that learning how to keep insects out of the house is a valuable skill to have. Here are some ways you can do that.

Install an Insect Screen Door


One of the most effective ways to keep insects away is to use barriers such as screens on doors and windows as well. Installing an insect screen door allows you to take advantage of natural light, natural breeze and the fresh air without having to worry about unwanted insects coming into your home.

It's known that nearly 4.5 million people in Australia suffer from hay fever. In Australia, hay fever is caused by pollens, many of which are not native to our country. Wondering how long does hay fiver last? Well, this depends on where you live and which pollens you are allergic to. Melbourne is known for having a relatively short grass pollen season, with the worst being in October and November. In Adelaide, Sydney and Canberra, grass pollen is moderate all spring and gets higher during summer. If you live in Perth and Darwin, you'll have to deal with grass pollen almost all year.