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A Beginners Guide To Paper Crafting

If you are considering some form of paper crafting, whether it is for making a scrapbook, making a personalised greeting card or creating professional designs, then you will want to do some research into it as it isn’t just about paper folding and making regular...
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long driving

When Londoner Joe Miller won the Majesty MJ Vanquish Fairway Wood  in Mesquite, Nevada earlier this month, he did it with a golf swing that defied all the odds.   The 6ft 4in golfer battled his way though five rounds in the “Last Chance” bracket...
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Select Junior Golf Clubs Correctly

A child who is fond of golf needs some of the best golf clubs that he can use to play the game well. A long time ago, parents need to look for ways for their child to have a golf club that would fit him....
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Putting Your Best Foot Forward

Dance is something which drives all your worries away and imbibes in you a feeling of joy. Whether you are a good dancer or not really does not matter when it comes to having fun. Street dancing promises you exactly the same. You need no...
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Microphone Technique

Although it sounds strange to you, to hear your own voice over the P.A, in fact it doesn’t sound any different to the audience than if you were talking to them in normal conversation. The trick here is to be Yourself, if you haven’t got...
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How to Correct Your Golf Slice

A golf slice occurs when a golfer hits a ball too far to either the right or left. A common problem among many golfers but also one is easy to correct. Learning how to fix your golf slice just takes a few simple steps. The...
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A Guide to Using Twitter For Beginners

Myspace and Facebook have seen their glory days, but Twitter is currently the reigning social networking site. One of the things that makes Twitter so popular is that it is much more simplistic than other social networking sites, but it can still be confusing to...
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Three Key Interview Pitches

The interview must come a close second to the universal number one fear of public speaking. Placed on the job hunter’s podium, scrutinized by several insiders, and expected to provide intelligent answers to previously unknown questions-it’s no wonder job hunters fear the interview! The key...
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