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    WHEN it comes to weddings, choosing the flowers can be a very expensive part. However, it turns out you should consider a trip to Ikea if you wish to save some money. 3A wedding planner has raved about Ikea's Flower Shop for DIY bridesCredit: TikTok/@myweddingwhizz/ Digital wedding planner @myweddingwhizz uploaded a video showing their incredible Flower Shop. She wrote on TikTok: “The Flower Shop in Ikea for DIY brides. “You could make some beautiful table centrepieces.” On the Ikea Flower Shop page, it says: “Our lifelike artificial flowers and plants don't smell like the real thing, but they'll give your home a real boost.  More on IkeaOH BABY I’m a mum & couldn’t afford a pricey £580 baby changing unit, so made my own “They never wilt and look fresh year after year.  “And if you keep a few imitation flowers stored away, you can change them up with the seasons or brighten up a room with a vase full of them anytime you want.” FABULOUS BINGO: Get a £20 bonus & 30 free spins when you spend £10 today...
    If you like drinking a cup of espresso in the morning (or at any time during the day, for that matter), then you may want to consider getting an espresso machine. Whether you’re looking for a pod machine that can brew large amounts of coffee or just looking to get started with an entry-level model, there are plenty of espresso machines on the market. But there is a lot of variety in terms of design, materials, and features. Some espresso machines even have a built-in coffee grinder so you can enjoy your espresso as soon as possible. Ideally, when you are in the market for an espresso machine, you have to consider features like temperature control, timer, tank quality, etc. That’s why we have researched the best espresso machines on the market for you. We chose these products because they are easy to clean, brew fast, have a high-pressure bar, and make a great-tasting beverage. Here are our favorite espresso machines.Got questions? We have answers.What can I do with an espresso machine? Espresso machines are versatile appliances that you...
    A MUM has been brutally savaged after she asked fellow parents if it was okay for her four-year-old kid to go to the shops on his own. Ahead of his first day at Reception in September, one mum revealed she considered letting her four-year-old son walk to the nearby shop alone - and it's safe to say no one supported this. 1Safe to say, the post left many readers furiousCredit: Getty - Contributor ''We live 200 yards from our local shop, where they know DS [Dear Son],'' the mum wrote in a post on the popular parenting forum, Mumsnet. ''Today, I thought about letting him go to the shop on his own.'' According to the parent, although the family lives on a busy road, there is a wide pavement and during the trip, the young child wouldn't have to cross the road at any point. ''He's quite sensible,'' she also added. read more parenting storiesKID YOU NOT I’m a mum-of-seven at 25 & I’m constantly trolled for having so many kids Whilst the kid, in her opinion, did seem...
    A SAVVY charity shop shopper shared her secrets for making sure you bag the best designer buys. With tips like getting on your hands and knees and never shopping in a city centre, the TikToker dished her hacks for maximising your finds. 1The TikToker shared her top tips for shopping in charity shopsCredit: @abigalemasters1/Tiktok Thrifting expert Abigale Masters, uploaded the short TikTok video with her clever advice. She said: "I have had this question so many times throughout my life since I've been charity shopping. "Tip one is based on location. I'm lucky enough to live in a town that is so close to other towns so I have easy access. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED "If you don't have as easy access to charity shops I suggest getting out of your town and going somewhere super low key. "Not London and not to a busy city, because every other person in the world is there, hunting doing exactly what you're doing. "I get my stuff, my designer...
    DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — The Dayton Board of Zoning Appeals has approved the city’s request to demolish a 129-year-old historic building that once was the site of the Wright brothers’ first bike shop. The city wants to tear down the site because the building has deteriorated to a point where it can no longer be maintained and redeveloped, the Dayton Daily News has reported. Public safety concerns have also been raised by some who fear the building could collapse. READ MORE: KD Sunday Spotlight: LIFE Pittsburgh Giving Independence And Support To SeniorsWhile agreeing that most of the building should be demolished, the Dayton Landmarks Commission rejected the demolition request in September. The panel instead recommended that the city re-advertise the property and encourage its renovation in a way that preserves the historic facade. Preservation groups had also opposed the city’s plan. They argued that keeping the building’s facade and incorporating it into a redevelopment project would make the project eligible for historic tax credits. The city appealed the landmarks commission’s decision to the zoning appeals board, claiming it erred in...
    SEVEN in 10 Americans would skip a nearby chain and trek an average of eight miles away to support their favorite independent small business. A recent survey of 2,003 Americans found that as many gear up for the holiday shopping rush, 59 percent plan to skip shopping this Black Friday, listing reasons such as avoiding large crowds (28 percent) and never participating in the shopping festivities (27 percent). 3People are willing to go the distance for small businessesCredit: Alamy 3They'd rather stay away from super busy spotsCredit: Alamy Instead, nearly half (48 percent) said they will shop at local businesses on Small Business Saturday. Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of SurePayroll ahead of Small Business Saturday, the survey also found that eight in 10 feel that small businesses are vital to their community and are overcome with sadness when they close up shop. And while 37 percent find small businesses to be a little more expensive, 46 percent are hoping to save a few extra bucks if they shop at small, independently owned businesses this Black Friday. While 70 percent would have...
    Banana Republic; Dai; Universal Standard; Alyssa Powell/Insider Table of Contents Chevron icon It indicates an expandable section or menu, or sometimes previous / next navigation options. Here are the 10 best places to shop for comfortable women's workwear: Tommy John Athleta Dai M.M.LaFleur ADAY Universal Standard Banana Republic LOFT Express A Pea in the Pod Here are the 10 best places to shop for comfortable women's workwear: Tommy John Athleta Dai M.M.LaFleur ADAY Universal Standard Banana Republic LOFT Express A Pea in the Pod Returning to the office doesn't mean you have to go back to wearing rigid blazers and trousers. Plenty of brands make comfortable workwear that'll make you both look and feel good. From Loft to Athleta, we share the 10 best places to shop for comfortable women's workwear....
    IF you’re looking to avoid crowds, we explain how to find the quietest time to go grocery shopping. The types of shops that are open near you depend on where you live, as the rules vary between states. 2We explain how to find the quietest time to go shoppingCredit: Reuters The same goes for face mask restrictions and whether people are advised to stay at home. Grocery stores remain open during the coronavirus crisis but some may have reduced hours. It means you’ll need to plan your trip carefully and check the latest opening times before you head out. But you can also check how crowded a store is likely to be through Google’s “popular times” tool. We explain how this works. It comes as latest coronavirus figures show almost 24million cases have been recorded in the US. How to cut the cost of your grocery shopHERE are some tips from Money.co.uk on how to save money on your grocery shop. Write yourself a list – Only buy items that you need. If it isn’t on your list, don’t...
    SAVVY mums say Morrison's is the unsung hero of bargain food, with people going mad for the supermarket's yellow sticker reduced items. Yes that's right, Aldi has been knocked off the top spot as mums' favourite supermarket by Morrisons according to the Facebook group Yellow Sticker Family Cooking Community. 8 One savvy shopper couldn't believe her eyes when she saw this cut-price steakCredit: Yellow sticker family cooking Community/Facebook Eagle-eyed shoppers who keep a close watch on the chain's reduced items are able to nab an entire week's shopping for just pennies Taking to Facebook, one mum shared snaps of her impressive cut-price food shop, including a steak reduced from £7.30 to 37p, chicken skewers marked down from £1.75 to 9p and chicken fillets for 16p. That's not all - she also came across a huge number of other meat items perfect for chucking in the freezer to be eaten later in the week. She wrote: "Morrison's is the real deal for yellow stickers!! 5pm! £7.38 fillet steak for 37p. Total shop original price £67.78. Yellow sticker price £3.76!"...
    Elon Musk leapfrogs over Bill Gates to become second-richest man in the world Christophe Dominici: France rugby legend dies aged 48 Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life This Is the Worst Time to Go Grocery Shopping This Week As people across the United States prepare for their first Thanksgiving amid a pandemic, you may find yourself changing your plans to travel or gather with family and friends in favor of staying at home and doing your part to curb the spread of coronavirus once and for all. In doing that, however, you may now need to make some last minute runs to the grocery store in order to prepare your own Thanksgiving feast. If that's the case, you'll definitely want to avoid shopping when stores are overly crowded. This will help limit your contact with other shoppers, reduce the amount of time you spend inside the store, and avoid putting...
    Q: Our apartment lease is up at the end of the month. We plan to enter into a costly month-to-month rental agreement until we find a townhouse to buy. A two-level townhome is within our purchasing range and monthly budget. We’ve been working with buyer’s agents on each side of the bay. The agents told us our timing is perfect because more townhouses would be on the market in spring. We wanted to move because this top-floor apartment is too small for our growing family. Now we are sheltering-in-place with a second child and visiting in-laws. Are the agents truthful, claiming we can safely shop for a townhouse during this springtime pandemic stay-at-home order? A: The brokering of residential real estate has not stopped since the March 16 COVID-19 shelter-in-place announcement for a half-dozen Bay Area counties. Real estate buyers, sellers, agents, vendors, associations, escrow companies and the county recorders’ offices addressed the challenges head on. The shelter-in-place order for San Mateo, Contra Costa, Alameda and Santa Clara counties began on March 16. Since then, the Multiple Listing Service...
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