Features of the game with the bookmaker

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A hundred people start to bet on sports every day for their own reasons. It is important to understand some features in order to prevent a serious mistake at this stage. One of these important moments will be the game only on proven sites. A good example of such a bookmaker http://pin-up.bet. If you want to withdraw your winnings without any problems, then you should choose only the most reliable bookmakers.

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The role of skills in online casino games

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Most online casino gamblers allocate for themselves two types of games for real money. The first – the beloved, the second – not very. Depending on the mood of the gambler, games can move from one category to another. Today there is a desire to play this game, and tomorrow he will prefer something else. Often the choice of like or dislike is determined by the degree of luck in the game. The element of chance is key in all casino games.

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Choosing and buying handmade daggers and swords

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There are a huge number of types of souvenir weapons. One of the most popular gifts of this kind is a cold weapon, which has a truly magical appeal, catches the eyes of anyone who dared to stop his eyes on a sword or dagger. Moreover, modern collectible weapons are also a real work of art: decorated with exquisite parts, decorated with precious stones, such weapons will perfectly decorate any interior.

Collective Daggers

Twenty thousand years ago, hunters decided that they needed some kind of short piercing weapon, which you can always carry with you, and which is convenient to act in situations where you can neither swing a club nor use a spear. So the idea of ​​creating a dagger appeared. The first daggers were made of wood and bone. Most likely, the raw horns of animals were originally used as a dagger. Of course, the bone dagger could not equal in efficiency with a long spear. But it did not need to compete with other weapons. After all, the dagger had its advantages: low weight and comfortable dimensions. It did not interfere with carrying and using a spear, bow or club. The dagger successfully served as a melee weapon and a backup weapon. Now on the Internet you can find gift daggers for sale https://noblie.eu/product-categories/daggers/, which will be a great present for any man.

The dagger should create a feeling of a single whole – no protruding elements or contrasting spots (except design). Be sure to take it in hand to check its ergonomics. The form should be easy to handle. If you feel the slightest discomfort, it is better to abandon the instance, or even the model. And the cause here can be either an imperceptible defect, or an unsuccessful design or constructive decision. The importance of the question of ergonomics illustrates the attitude of the masters in the fulfillment of individual orders – for the manufacture of the handle the measure is taken from the customer’s hand.

What you need to know about swords?

The sword is the weapon of real men. Taking it in the palm, even the most timid becomes courageous and impudent. At all times swords have been elite weapons. They were mined in the heat of battle or forged in the mountain of ambition. They personified the power and status of the owner and had a mystical significance. In ancient times with the help of these weapons the ritual of initiation of a boy into a man was carried out.

The structure of this weapon is quite trivial – a long blade and handle, they can successfully perform many actions. The sword is designed for shots and chopping blows, helps to quickly reflect the opponent’s attacks. Since the sword is longer than the dagger, it is much more difficult to hide it in the folds of clothing. A regular or training sword is not as insignificant as a knife. This type of weapon is always carried in plain sight, not being afraid to demonstrate to the enemy. For a long time, it was a symbol of pure thoughts, justice, and was considered one of the noblest types of weapons. Collectible swords store https://noblie.eu/product-categories/swords-sabers/ can be useful if you are looking for a gift for a man.

What to look for when choosing a collection sword or dagger?

First of all, it is necessary to verify the quality of materials. Pay attention to steel and grip. Everything must be done neatly and securely. If you chose the option with decorations, then you need to check their quality and how securely they are fixed on the handle. In order to avoid mistakes, it is better to trust only reliable stores.

Packing things using transportation services in Los Angeles

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Moving is a very difficult and troublesome business, the proper preparation for which is a great art. Most often, if a person approaches the relocation without due attention and precautionary measures, something is necessarily broken or lost during this event. In order for the move not to turn into a subsequent calculation of losses, it is necessary to learn how to properly pack things. Here are a few of these tips that will minimize the damage from the move.

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Byron is an amazing destination for so many reasons, but the food here is HIGH up on that list. After multiple trips there to zen out from busy Sydney city life, I feel well-placed to give you my favourite haunts for health food. Think epic acai bowls, avocado toast and poached eggs you ever did eat! You probably caught it all on my ‘gram at @thefitfoodieblog, right?!


Set in one of the most beautiful settings just out of Byron town centre is The Farm – which plays host to restaurant Three Blue Ducks. Their main-stay restaurants in Bronte and St Peters in Sydney are SO crowded on weekends, but with good reason. The produce is fresh, the portions generous, and the menu inventive with seasonal produce. Load up on their salads with herbs fresh from their garden beds, local roasted pumpkin, and don’t forget the house-made almond milk in your coffee. It’s also open for dinner, but service can be slow later in the day. Just get on Byron time and suck it up.


Bayleaf is in the centre of Byron and is the perfect spot for a healthy weekend brunch and people watching. Hang out with a delicious Dandelion Chai and watch the surfers stroll past with their boards. You’ll want to get there early for a table, but if you hit the rush, hang out for a cuppa at their sister cafe next door until a table comes free. The favourite dish here? the ceviche (seasonal) or green brekkie bowl (below).

Mobile apps for fitness in USA

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Nowadays, when many people work in offices or move to remote work at home, it is very important to keep yourself in good physical shape to maintain good health and general body tone. Sitting work deprives the body of the necessary physical activity, which leads to the emergence of a number of very different diseases characteristic of office workers. In addition, the body loses its tone and becomes not only less attractive but even loses its healthy. In order to give body the necessary physical activity, many people are actively involved in sports. It helps them to keep their bodies in good shape and healthy. It is the absence of energy that often leads to another problem – the lack of motivation. Sports are able to give not only the health of your body, but also provide you with the necessary positive emotions and increase your level of happiness.

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Cravings happen to all of us. I don’t understand people who say they don’t crave a sweet treat every now and again – WHO EVEN ARE YOU?! A little sweet treat here and there makes food a joyful experience, to be savoured and shared with friends, or enjoyed solo with a healthy hot chocolate for dessert.

Here’s my current go-to when sweet cravings kick – without the guilt of a sugary chocolate bar! Just note that as it’s Easter, I totally admitted to eating a Lindt Bunny for lunch – full sugar, milk chocolate bunny – with zero regrets. It’s all about balance baby!


Sometimes raw nuts just don’t hit the spot. We all know almonds are packed with healthy fat, fibre and protein, so why not try some yoghurt coated ones when you need a healthy, sweet snack? I LOVE the new ‘Dipped + Dusted’ range from Shelby’s. The Rasberry Dark Chocolate and Matcha Yoghurt Almonds (made with ceremonial grade matcha sourced from Kyoto) are my absolute favourite. Best of all? They have no refined sugar, gluten, artificial sweeteners or sugar alcohols!


Greek yoghurt + protein powder = progurt. Amazing if you’re super hungry and really need to amp up your protein intake. If you’re dairy free, try it with coyo or soy yoghurt and your favourite vegan protein. I usually go for traditional chocolate with 1/2 tsp raw cacao for that extra chocolatey kick.


There are so many natural snack bars on the market now – the choice is yours! Make sure you avoid added sugar, fillers, preservatives and sugar alcohols (anything ending in -ol, like malitol). My ultimate indulgence is THIS Peanut Butter, Dark Chocolate + Coconut Bar. They also have 10g of protein!


If you’ve ever visited Australia (or are lucky enough to live here!) you’ll know the berries here are NEXT LEVEL. They’re so juicy and flavourful – I always have stacks of them in my fridge and grab a handful when I’m not super hungry but just need that sweet kick in my mouth.


I have one of these after dinner every single night. I’m such a creature of habit. I think having ‘pudding’ every night growing up in the UK is to blame for me needing after-dinner sweet somethings. Instead of tucking into Jam Roly Poly, I heat up 200ml of almond milk and a whisk in a few tsp of stevia chocolate drinking powder. YUM.

What are some of your favourite healthy sweet snacks? Help your fellow sisters out and leave a comment below!


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CBD. Cannaboidol. You’ve probably heard of it, or have a girlfriend whos taking it, and you’re wondering what all the buzz is about. Touted as an appetite suppressant, acne treatment, anxiety and pain reliever amongst many other things, this phytocannabinoid was actually discovered back in 1940. An extract of the cannabis and it’s relative hemp plant, CBD is the non-psychoactive component of weed that doesn’t get you high. In fact, it actually works against the compound that gets you high (THC, or delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (pssst – the “delta-9” is silent…)) acting as a buffer against the effects of weed. It’s has been approved for medical use in Australia (think reducing seizures in epileptic patients and nausea control in chemo patients), but currently is VERY strictly controlled.

Before we go on, I have to clear up one thing. Cannabis of any kind (unless prescribed by your licenced GP) is not yet legal within Australia without a prescription. Whilst CBD is an extract of the cannabis plant that has no psychoactive effects, it still remains illegal to purchase, carry or hold in your home. That being said, there are retailers overseas (and a few in Australia now!) selling CBD products that are flying under the government radar. Interested? Check out Hemple, Floria and Ananada.

NB: I am not condoning this, merely providing information for the canna-curious.

Go here to read the official statement on hemp seed oil’s legality in Australia.

Whilst clinical research is still so desperately needed to confirm the mass of anecdotal evidence emerging from frequent CBD users, this phytocannabinoid still desperately requires a solid research base. Fortunately, my very own college is leading the way in a world first clinical trial investigating whether medicinal cannabis can benefit patients with malignant brain tumours. I’m hopeful more research will begin to appear around the globe focusing on the benefit for the everyday consumer. Let’s be honest – who isn’t anxious and/or struggling to get enough sleep?


  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Mood boosting
  • Pain relief (oh HEY menstrual cramps)
  • Reduces anxiety and depression
  • Alleviates cancer-related symptoms
  • Reduces acne, eczema and psoriasis
  • Neuroprotective properties – reducing tremors and seizures
  • Reduces blood pressure
  • Anti-ageing (thanks to the stress reduction)
  • Appetite suppressant


It gets a bit technical here, but for the purpose of this (already lengthy) post, a quick overview: the endocannabinoid system (ECS) part of your body’s internal communication system that is located in the brain and throughout the central and peripheral nervous systems. 

Your natural chemical messengers produced in your bod that interacts with the ECS are called cannabinoids. They interact with receptors, including the cannabinoid receptors CB1 and CB2, to regulate many physiological systems in the human brain and body, helping to improve health and homeostasis (balance within the body). Ingesting a cannabinoid likeCBD is essentially a replication of the body’s own natural defence system to boost it back to good health. OH YEAH. Not only that, CBD is a legitimate alternative plant-based option for those currently taking chemical medications.


I can report that after many research trips to Canada where Cannabis use is now legalised (both medical and recreational) as of October 2018, I have had my fair share of experiences with legal CBD. Experiences with the plant extract so far have been everything I had hoped and given I’m a Type-A inherently anxious person, I have definitely experienced many benefits – notably deeper sleep, anxiety relief and pain reduction on my torn ankle ligaments via topical application.


The black market is growing, and fast, in response to consumer canna-demand in Australia and a quick search online bring up a number of stores selling CBD products – just like this one.

Overseas where it’s legalised, you’ll find CBD in everything from bath bombs, gummies, face creams and vape pens to medicinal chocolate peanut butter cups. Jealous.

Interestingly, after a recent trip to the HHI Expo in Sydney, I found that there are even Australian-based companies selling products that allow you to make your own perfectly-dosed edibles at home with ‘medical butter’ machines.

Note: Products called hemp oil or hemp extract may contain little-to-no actual CBD. Unless the label tells you how much CBD is in the bottle and how much CBD there is per serving, you can’t be sure it’s legit and you may be wasting a LOT of dollars.

DISCLAIMER: Please for the love of god do your own research on CBD and speak to your GP if you plan on using it (which again, is currently illegal in Aus, officially). Although a natural product, CBD can interact with other medications. The results of any CBD product will vary depending on a person’s own biology. After all, cannabis is complex and it can affect people in different ways. Your receptors will be different to my own, and Felica on Instagram who’s waving her vape pen around. If you do decide to try it (medicinally, of course) – always dose low, and go slow.


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When you need a frosty treat, there’s nothing guilty about this dessert. It’s hydrating (thanks to the sneaky cucumber), packed with potassium AND tastes delish. You can make it choc-chip by stirring in cacao nibs too, if you’re partial to cookie dough ice-cream (who isn’t?!). Spirulina is a rich vegetable protein, and is used widely to boost the immune system thanks to its plethora of vitamins and minerals. It is also said to detox the body of heavy metals – now that’s one hard-working dessert!



  • 1 large frozen banana
  • 1/2 medium cucumber
  • 1 tbsp dairy or non-dairy yoghurt
  • 30g vanilla pea protein (optional)
  • 1 tsp spirulina powder
  • 1/2 lime, squeezed
  • 1/4 cup fresh mint leaves
  • 1 tbsp granola
  • 1 tbsp blueberries


  1. Add the banana, cucumber, yoghurt, protein (if using), spirulina, lime juice and mint into a high-speed blender.
  2. Blend until smooth and thick.
  3. Serve with granola and blueberries, then devour.


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With long nights, social commitments and work deadlines filling up on inboxes – stress and poor diet choices can start to creep in. Not only does it take a toll on our sleep and usual healthy habits, but it shows in our skin too. We’ve all been there. That’s when we really need to carve out a bit of self-care time, once or twice a week, to help manage your hectic schedule. You can’t conquer the world without your confidence!

When it comes to the skin on our face, you might be so kind as to cleanse and moisturise it morning and night, but how often do we give it some real TLC with a nourishing deep treatment? Forget expensive facemasks and creams from the beauty giants – all the nourishment you need is sat in your kitchen cupboard for a tenth of the price. Superfoods aren’t just for your insides – when applied topically, they can provide your skin with all the nourishment you need to boost that healthy glow.

Here are three super-simple DIY face masks for you to try at home, minus the hefty price tag.

1. Pick your favourite mask below based on your skin concern.

2. Mix the ingredients well and apply to clean, dry skin.

3. Grab a girlfriend and lock in some couch-time to let these penetrate your skin for 20-30 minutes.

4. Remove using a clean, damp face towel and warm water.

5. Drink a large glass of water to help boost that glow!


Combine 1/4 cup oatmeal with 1/3 cup hot (not boiling) water.

Site For 3 Minutes, then add 2 tablespoons coconut oil, 1 tablespoons manuka honey and 1 tablespoon plain yoghurt. Mix well.


Manuka Honey is packed with antioxidants to help fight wrinkles and aging skin. It’s  also a natural antibacterial, which helps to prevent and fight acne, and draws moisture into the skin to leave it feeling soft.


Mash together 1/2 avocado, with 1 tbsp apple cider vinegar, 2 tbsp sea salt flakes and 2 tsp manuka honey.


Salt works as an exfoliator to remove dead cells, whilst the vinegar helps to brighten the complexion


Mix ¼ cup plain yoghurt with 1 tsp manuka honey, 2-3 drops of tee tree oil and 1 tsp activated charcoal powder.


Clinical trials have shown that manuka honey is an effective broad-spectrum antibacterial agent. Breakouts caused by bacteria will benefit from a bit of honey loving! Tea tree is an anti-inflammatory, so any redness or skin infections can benefit from just a few drops. Activated charcoal draws out bacteria and micro0-particles to the surface of the skin, so you can cleanse deeply.