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    KEEPING presents hidden from children is one of the hardest parts of the run-up to Christmas. And one dad was left panicking when he arrived home with his two daughters to find a huge gift on the doorstep - in its original packaging so his girls could easily see what it was. 4After spotting a massive parcel on their front doorstep, the little girl ran excitedly to see what it wasCredit: tiktok/@frankpappalardo 4Her little sister then ran over, while their dad could be heard shouting "Close your eyes, close your eyes"Credit: tiktok/@frankpappalardo 4He covered his eldest daughter's eyes while attempting to herd them insideCredit: tiktok/@frankpappalardo 4He told his daughters that the present had been delivered to the wrong houseCredit: tiktok/@frankpappalardo "Oh my goodness!" the little girl could be heard squealing as she saw the huge pink box, while her sister ran over to take a look, in the video shared on TikTok. Dad Frank then realised the delivery error, as he shouted to his girls: "Close your eyes, close your eyes, close your eyes." "Oh what the...
    AN unusual festive tradition means Prince George, Charlotte and Louis can open their Christmas gifts before their cousins. At the Prince and Princess of Wales' home, the family will partake in their slightly different routine - here is everything you need to know. 3George, Charlotte and Louis are allowed to open their Christmas presents early for one major reasonCredit: Getty 3The family posed for their Christmas card photograph last yearCredit: Rex William and Kate join the rest of the Royal Family by laying out their presents on trestle tables and exchanging gifts at teatime on Christmas Eve.  But Princes George and Louis along with Princess Charlotte will be unwrapping their gifts on December 24, before their cousins. Former royal chef Darren McGrady said: “The royals are of German descent so they weave in German traditions to their celebrations. “After afternoon tea, they open gifts on Christmas Eve, as is the German tradition.” This is to pay homage to the Windsor's German heritage but also fits in nicely as the family have a busy schedule on Christmas Day. However, the children do receive some presents on December 25...
    CHRISTMAS wrapping is always no where near as fun as you think it will be. We all picture ourselves with a nice glass of mulled wine, watching a Christmas movie after the kids have gone to bed, and wrapping Pinterest perfect presents with bows. 4Do you ever cut the wrapping paper short by accident? And it feels like the end of the world?Credit: TikTok/@lindsayroggenbuck 4If this 'extra strip' is your solution, you need Lindsay's handy hackCredit: TikTok/@lindsayroggenbuck The reality is that you're usually rushed and frantic, desperately trying to get sellotape off the roll with one hand and shouting at any child who comes out of their room after bedtime. On top of this, there the sinking feeling when you realise you've cut a piece of paper that is just too small to cover your gift. Most of us will then cut another slice of the same wrapping and just stick it on there like a panel of shame - just proving once again that we can't do things as well as Mrs Hinch. But there is a solution...
    WITH Christmas right around the corner, people are getting stuck into wrapping their presents ready for the big day. But for some, wrapping is a year-round job - like the people that work at Bents Garden and Home's gift wrapping station. 4A professional gift wrapper has revealed the most common things customers say to herCredit: tiktok.com/@bentsgardenhome 4People often say they are terrible at wrapping as they watch her workCredit: tiktok.com/@bentsgardenhome 4The present looked stunning when she'd finished wrapping it upCredit: tiktok.com/@bentsgardenhome In a video shared on TikTok, one of the women who works behind the counter at the Warrington centre revealed the things customers say to her while she's wrapping their presents. "I can barely find the end of the sellotape," is one, while others admit they're going to "pretend I wrapped this". "How did you learn to wrap so well?" others ask. While some even ask the woman to "do all my wrapping". Read more Christmas stories CHRISTMAS CUTTER Woman shares budget buy which makes Christmas wrapping quicker "Which one of these people...
    Elon Musk shared new details about Tesla's Optimus humanoid robot - including information about the cost and likely uses for it - in an essay published online.  The robot, which is intended for industrial and domestic uses, will debut at AI Day September 30 after first being announced at AI Day in August 2021. 'Tesla Bots are initially positioned to replace people in repetitive, boring, and dangerous tasks. But the vision is for them to serve millions of households, such as cooking, mowing lawns, and caring for the elderly,' Musk wrote in the essay published in China Cyberspace magazine.  Scroll down for video  'Tesla Bots are initially positioned to replace people in repetitive, boring, and dangerous tasks,' Elon Musk explained in a recent essay 'The vision is for them to serve millions of households, such as cooking, mowing lawns, and caring for the elderly,' the mogul added 'The Tesla Bot is close to the height and weight of an adult, can carry or pick up heavy objects, walk fast in small steps, and the screen on its face is an interactive...
    When Williams' cousin and Tennessee resident Diane Sutton heard the idea, she decided to bring it to her local lawmaker, state Rep. Mark Hall. Soon after, Hall introduced the bill in the state legislature. Tennessee would be the first state to put such a law on its books if passed by the Senate and signed by the governor, but other states are reportedly considering adopting the law, as well. Sutton told WZTV she hopes the law will soon be in place "nationwide," and Hall added that the law "sends a message that drunk driving in the state of Tennessee is no longer tolerated."Anything else?Williams celebrated the law's passage in the Tennessee House this week, saying she hopes the law will not only protect children who lose their parents but act as a deterrent for offenders. "The one thing people value most in this world is money, and when you hit them in the pockets they’re going to change," she said. Elsewhere, she said of drunk driving offenders, "They will always remember, this is what I did to the family, you...
    A MUM has been left horrified after discovering that her cheeky child has opened ALL their Christmas presents two days early. TikTok user @chloevizor1234 uploaded a video showing the disaster scene she discovered in her bedroom. 3A mum was left shocked after discovering that her daughter has already opened her Christmas presentsCredit: TikTok / @chloevizor1234 3TikTok user @chloevizor1234 uploaded a video showing the disaster scene she discovered in her bedroomCredit: TikTok / @chloevizor1234 Most of the wrapping paper had been ripped off the presents by the mischievous tot. She uploaded a face palm emoji with the caption: “2 days before Christmas.” Chloe can be heard saying: “I am beyond p***ed.  “My four-year-old has come into the bedroom when she’s meant to be in bed.” Her video has racked up over half a million views, with many people seeing the funny side of the situation. ???? Read our Santa tracker live blog for up the minute updates on where he is One joked: “She’s ruined Christmas for herself.” Another added: “Let’s just rewrap and pretend nothing happened.” A third wrote: “She’s...
    Pets can help to make Christmas a magical time... when they are not wreaking havoc on their owners' houses.  Frazzled owners from around the world have revealed what it's like to spend the holidays with very active pets who don' really care about keeping the tree or the neatly wrapped presents intact until Christmas Day.  In one snap shared with the trivia website Bored Panda, a black cat was pictured strutting away from a tree after taking it down.  In another, a sheepish dog faces the camera after ripping their owner's presents in shreds all over the living-room.  Animal lovers also regaled us with pictures of their geckos, rabbits, hamsters and even Alpaca in Santa hats and festive costumes.   People have shared hilarious pictures of their pets wreaking havoc on their festive celebrations. In New York, a dog ripped their Christmas present to shreds, spreading it all over their owner's living-room  Feeling fessssstive? A pet lover shared a picture of their snake wearing a little Santa hat ahead of the holidays  Ah, to be a service dog in hospital going...
    A FAMILY who shared a video of their enormous Christmas present haul have been blasted for "taking the fun out of Christmas". The video was posted by the 21christmas2021 account on TikTok, and showed a Christmas tree completely surrounded by hordes upon hordes of presents. 3A video on TikTok shows an incredible present haul underneath the Christmas treeCredit: Instagram/@21christmas2021 3The gifts were also all meticulously organised in rows and groupsCredit: Instagram/@21christmas2021 And not only were there a lot of gifts, they were all meticulously organised, in rows and groups - presumably depending on who they were for. However, once shared on TikTok, the video's comments section was flooded with remarks from people insisting that such gauche displays of wealth "take the fun out of Christmas". "I’m sorry but getting that much stuff would actually take the fun out of Christmas," one person wrote. "When you can only afford to give your 3 kids 3 gifts each this year - this hurts," another mum wrote. "I will have zero presents under a tree unless I...
    BEING A royal child comes with some serious perks, including early access to your Christmas presents. Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis all follow a family tradition that is in line with their family’s German heritage. AFP 2 The royal kiddies open there presents up before most of us, due to tradition This is where they open all their presents on Christmas Eve, while the majority of families wait till the following day. Former royal chef Darren McGrady said: “The royals are of German descent so they weave in German traditions to their celebrations. “After afternoon tea, they open gifts on Christmas Eve, as is the German tradition.” However, their cousins on the Middleton side will be holding off for another day as they don’t have the royal tradition in their family. Kate and Wills do hold a few gifts back to give the children on Christmas Day to extend the excitement to the big day as well. Back in 2018 Kate said that George and Charlotte had been “up early” opening presents. ...
    A LOUISIANA family is reeling after a wrong-way driver crashed into their car, killing three siblings in a crash and sending everyone else in the car to the hospital. Siblings Lindy, 20, Christopher, 17, and Kamryn Simmons, 15, were killed on Friday night when a car, driven by John Lundy, came down the wrong way of a highway and crashed into them. 1Siblings Lindy, Christopher and Kamryn are all dead after a car crashed into them going the wrong way Lindy was driving with her siblings, their mom and her brother's girlfriend Marissa to their St. Laundry Parish home on Friday night following their sibling Christopher's basketball game in Monroe. As they drove south on Interstate 49, Lundy, 54, was seen driving north in the southbound lanes and struck the Simmons' vehicle head-on in the left lane. Both Lindy and Lundy, of Dallas, Georgia, were pronounced dead at the scene. Lindy's youngest siblings, Kamryn and Christopher, were rushed to the hospital but quickly succumbed to their injuries. Their mom, Dawn Simmons, and Marissa, were also rushed to the hospital where...
    WHY is there so much pressure to buy the 'perfect gift' on one day of the year? We’ve all had it at Christmas where we get that one present  where we are left questioning what on earth was going through the gift-bearer's mind. 2Can you tell when your partner genuinely loves a present?Credit: Getty Christmas presents are easy to buy when the person tells you what they’d like, but it can sometimes be a stab in the dark as to whether the recipient really likes your gift.  But there are some tell-tale signs to look out for which suggest your present has not been well received by your partner. Expert psychologist Rebecca Lockwood revealed there’s some secret signs to look out for that could reveal your other half hates like presents you got them. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Rebecca is the Founder of The Yes I Can Method™ Academy where she trains Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Hypnosis, Time Line Therapy®, Positive Psychology & Breakthrough Coaching.  She said: “Watching for signs of body language and facial...
    THE HOLIDAYS can be a difficult time for parents with little ones as they try to keep the magic of Santa alive while also keeping their budget in mind. That's why one mother told her kids that the big presents come from her and other family members, while Santa handles the smaller gifts – but her husband didn't take her tactic very well. 3A mother of small children has taken to the internet to gauge whether or not she acted appropriately regarding how she handles gift-giving in her familyCredit: Getty 3She told her kids that Santa only gets them a few presents while she and their family do the rest, and her husband is furious with herCredit: Getty “So I am a mother of a six-year-old son and a four-year-old daughter,” she began in an anonymous post to Reddit. “This year I want to only give a couple of cheap gifts from ‘Santa’ for each child; the rest of their gifts will be clearly marked as from me, my husband, and other family/friends. “My thought behind this is it's...
    CHRISTMAS is around the corner and one mum has revealed why she NEVER tells her kids their presents come from Santa. TikTok user @claire_beary said her six-year-old frequently asks why Santa brings some kids lots of presents, while others get nothing. 2A mum has shared how she never tells her kids their presents come from SantaCredit: GETTY 2Her post has racked up hundreds of likes, but divided opinion in the commentsCredit: TIKTOK In order to help her child understand, Claire said she has a clever way of explaining. Claire said on TikTok: “Parents don’t forget to explain to your children this year that you buy the presents and send them to Santa for him and his elves to decide what they get. “Rather than some children wonder why some children get more, and others less. “Children don’t need to feel less adequate or less loved at Christmas and wonder what they did wrong.”  She added: “I always explain to my 6 year old some parents just don’t have a lot of pennies to buy presents.” Her post has racked up...
    A mother-of-eight who refuses to buy her children any Christmas gifts has hit back at critics who branded her 'cold' - insisting that her family's frugal festivities have made her kids happier than ever, while helping her to save $700 a year. Decluttering coach Angie Wipf, 35, from Alberta, Canada, spent several years buying upwards of 40 Christmas gifts for all of her children, before deciding in December 2019 that enough was enough, instead implementing a limit of just one present per child, which they all exchange among themselves.  But while some social media users accused her of denying her children a proper Christmas celebration, Angie insists that cutting out presents has made her kids' holiday experience even more enjoyable because it reduces the 'stress' of having to focus on so many different toys.    Angie is also able to save around $700 a year since she stopped buying gifts for Finley, 10, Macklin, eight, Vivian, seven, Cruze, five, Cedar, four, twins Wilder and Stryker, three, and Hawk, one. Instead of giving gifts herself, Angie gives her children the chance to...
    A WOMAN has come under fire for only buying her children gifts and refusing to do the same for her step-kids. The mum revealed in a post online that she doesn't have the best relationship with her step-children and was called out by her husband's sister and parents for not treating them the same way she does her own kids. 2A WOMAN has come under fire for refusing to buy her step-kids presentsCredit: Getty Posting to Reddit, she explained that her husband, who she has been married to for 15 years, has three older children, who are now all over 18, that he shares custody of with his ex-partner. The woman claimed her relationship with his kids hasn't been plain sailing and believes their mum tried to turn them against her by telling them she had "seduced their dad and made the family break up". She wrote: "We had two kids of our own during all this. Our boys. My stepchildren never accepted them as their brothers. "When they were all teens they decided to spend most of...
    A bride and groom are under fire after offering their wedding guests different meals at reception, based on how much money they had spent on the gift. The invitation card stated anything under $250 was considered a gift of love - and guests who fell into this category would be eating the chicken or swordfish at reception. Silver gift givers - those spending between $250 and $500 - were able to choose between sliced steak or poached salmon. A bride and groom are under fire after offering their wedding guests different meals at reception, based on how much money they had spent on the gift The invitation card stated anything under $250 was considered a gift of love - and guests who fell into this category would be eating the chicken or swordfish at reception (stock image) Golden gift givers spending between $500 and $1000 were able to access the filet mignon and lobster tails, while the platinum gift giver who wanted to spend over $1000 on the couple could dine on a 1kg lobster and enjoy a...
    William Wallace will be sentenced on June 4. Getty Images/naruecha jenthaisong William Wallace has been convicted of second-degree murder after the death of his wife 9 years ago. The daughter of Za'Zell Preston told the court that Wallace propped up her mom's body on the couch. Wallace faces up to 15 years to life imprisonment, and will find out his sentence on June 4. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Anaheim man who propped up his wife's dead body on a sofa for her children on Christmas Day in 2011 has been convicted of murder. William Wallace, now 39, was in a violent relationship with Za'Zell Preston, 26, up until her death nine years ago in 2011. That death has now been attributed to Wallace, with the Orange County Superior Court jury finding Wallace guilty of second-degree murder. During the trial, Senior Deputy District Attorney Heather Brown said that Preston was the victim of a history of domestic abuse at Wallace's hands. Wallace had previously served time in jail for beating Preston and was placed under...
    EACH year we convince ourselves we'll be better prepared for Christmas - but rarely does that actually happen. But for one mum-of-three, it has, and Annette Bradley, 38, from Burnley, Lancashire, has already bought and wrapped all of her presents for December after bagging bargains in the January sales. 9By February, the mum-of-three had already bought and wrapped all of her Christmas presentsCredit: Mercury Press The bargain mad mum says she's saved herself hundreds of pounds by starting her Christmas shopping in January and by February half term, has everything wrapped and ready to go. Annette insists that her team leader husband, Matthew, 45, and three children, Katie, 17, Harley, 15, and Annabeth, 11, write their Christmas lists 11 months early so that the self-confessed bargain addict can make the most of vouchers and payment plans to get the best deals on presents for her family as well as 24 of her friend's children. The stay-at-home mum said: "For the main presents for my children, I use payment plans and I order them on Boxing Day after...
    The examination of the Court of Accounts on the norms of the ministries of the political-administrative area has revealed that one of every four projects of the Executive has deficiencies in their supplementary reports, either in the regulatory impact reports or in the studies on the economic effects of the measures. The audit covers standards of the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Justice, Defense, Interior, Education, Culture, Science, Presidency and Territorial Policy, and especially examines the work of the Office of Coordination and Regulatory Quality that depends on the Vice Presidency of Carmen Calvo. The objective was to verify the compliance with regulations applicable to administrative actions framed within the scope of prior assessment of their regulatory impact, fundamentally reflected in the Regulatory Impact Analysis Reports. From the outset, in the normative files examined the Court of Auditors has seen that “there is no formal act of initiation” of the same, so it does not have sufficient certainty about the moment of its beginning, which has “special relevance” when determining the regulations applicable to the content of the Regulatory Impact...
    From an iron to anti-ageing serum, people have revealed the least romantic gifts they've received from their partner at Christmas. The discussion began on Facebook's B&M Bargains and More group, after one woman, thought to be from the UK, who was given a ladder and an extension lead by her now ex-boyfriend asked others to contribute their own experiences. Many people began reflecting on unwrapping their gift to discover a household appliance such as a vacuum cleaner, iron or slow cooker.  Others said they've received presents that gave the impression they ought to make more effort with their appearance. Facebook users have revealed the least romantic presents they've received from their partner at Christmas (file image)  The thread began after a woman revealed her ex-boyfriend previously gifted her an extension lead and ladder  Amused by her own experience, the woman wrote: 'Not B&M related but I was just wondering what was the least romantic thing your partner previously bought you for Xmas? 'Mine was a ladder and extension lead from my now ex-boyfriend lol.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous...
    BRITAIN’S biggest family the Radfords have kicked off their Christmas gift-exchange early with a huge Secret Santa. The bumper family, from Morecambe, Lancs, shared their present giving on their YouTube channel, with each member of the family giving and receiving one gift. 6The Radford family have shared their Secret Santa gift exchangeCredit: The Radford Family/YouTube As with all Secret Santa’s the family picked a name out of a hat, or stocking in this instant, and kept their recipient a secret. While the family didn’t reveal their budget, based on the gifts given Fabulous estimates a cost of £15-£20 each. Not everyone wanted to be involved as mum-of-22 Sue Radford revealed. “Some of the older boys didn’t want to get involved with it, it’s a shame” she admitted. 6Baby Heidie received a huge Christmas bear but was more interested in the wrappingCredit: The Radford Family/YouTube 6Chloe was left red-faced after receiving not one but two deodorants Credit: The Radford Family/YouTube 6Noel received a bumper pack of Christmas snacksCredit: The Radford Family/YouTube The family did their shopping at a variety of shops...
    The weapon that will end the war: First coronavirus vaccine shots given in US Dems face key choice on slimmer stimulus deal as talks enter pivotal week 39 Gifts That Are Selling Like Hotcakes During The Holidays Ad Microsoft Top credit card wipes out interest until 2022 (seriously) Ad Microsoft This Is the Present Everyone's Talking About Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/27 SLIDES © amazon Finding a gift for couples presents a unique complication: There's added pressure because you need to find the perfect gift for not one, but two people. While you could always shop for separate gifts, we're all about finding something that they can enjoy together, potentially making their already-sweet union even stronger. Browse through...
    From wrapping your arms around the cousins you only see once a year, to posing in the itchy jumper knitted by your granny, we've all had an awkward family photo or two. But these snaps, uploaded to AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com, show the strangest and most bizarre festive family snaps, from a group that posed in Christmas presents to another that dressed up as snowmen. One set of photos shows a couple pulling up their jumpers and pushing their post-lunch Christmas stomachs out to touch each other. In another, a family forewent clothes altogether and posed naked with just their presents covering up their modesty.  Here, FEMAIL looks at the strangest and most cringe-worthy photos uploaded by users from around the world, from children dressed as celebrities to a couple who matched with their Labrador.... Post lunch snap! This couple rolled up their jumpers and posed stomach-to-stomach in this awkward pic The gift of family! These people all dressed up as presents - complete with bows -  for their family snap Matching family! This couple showed their dog it's no...
    Even beloved public schools may lose students for ever Germany readies vaccine centers amid security concerns Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Expert: “This credit card is so good I signed up personally” Ad Microsoft The 23 Hottest Gifts of 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/29 SLIDES © amazon Finding a gift for couples presents a unique complication: There's added pressure because you need to find the perfect gift for not one, but two people. While you could always shop for separate gifts, we're all about finding something that they can enjoy together, potentially making their already-sweet union even stronger. Browse through these creative couples gift ideas,...
    CHRISTMAS Day is often a noisy, playful event in many households, but spare a thought for Britain’s biggest family.  Parents-of-22 Sue, 45, and Noel, 49, Radford shared a sneak peek into what life looks like on December 25 on their YouTube channel - and it does look like chaotic fun.  Lounge covered in presents Sue and Noel spend between £100 and £250 on presents for each kid Last year, Sue took to Instagram to share snaps of the “chaos” that comes with her huge brood unwrapping their Christmas presents. In the photos Sue’s living room was a sea of wrapping paper and toys as her kids tore their way through their gifts. The Radfords previously revealed that spend between £100 and £250 on presents for each of their kids at Christmas - working out at a total of over £5k. Captioning the post she wrote: “Merry Christmas everyone ????????????????we hope you have the best day ever ????????☃️#bigfamilychristmas #christmas #presents #chaos.” Ripping open presents at the same time The family end up with mountains of presents each year Christmas time is...
    A MUM has shared her genius tip for struggling parents who can’t afford a “huge pile of gifts” this Christmas - and all you’ll need is some balloons. Mum-of-two, Hannah Stocker shared the idea on Facebook, explaining how she brightened up Christmas for her sons, Leo and Charlie last year. 2Hannah Stocker revealed her genius tip for replacing gifts with balloonsCredit: Facebook Captioning her post, she wrote: "If anyone out there is struggling for money this year, I just wanted to share this with you.. "Last year I felt guilty that I couldn't provide that huge pile of presents for my boys, that I wanted to, so I decided to cover the floor with balloons to hide the lack of presents, which worked a treat. “Some of the balloons had the boys names on them and when they found their balloons they popped them and inside were coins ranging from 20p to £1 and a surprise £5 note. “I also brought them a money box that counted the money as they put it in. They each had £50 in total”...
    CHRISTMAS is arguably the best time of year, but it's often a stressful period, and can get pretty expensive if you don't rein it in. With that said, and with years of experience under their belt, thrifty mums have come up with some useful tips that help them get through the festive season with ease - and you can do it too. Christmas-mad mum starts shopping from May and limits how much she spends on birthday so Christmas can be big Wrap it up Christmas presents are by far the biggest expense year on year, so saving hundreds or even thousands each time would certainly put a spring in your step. Try taking advantage of sales throughout the year, as many mums did post-lockdown this year, as most stores have some incredible bargains you can nab and store away as presents. Christmas-mad mum Brittni says she goes big on Christmas every year, but to make it affordable she doesn't buy her kids much throughout the year. Mums reckon starting shopping early is the key to saving...
    BOTH kids and parents are counting down the days until Christmas, in hope the annual celebration will bring some much needed joy and excitement to 2020. But little ones are often a little too eager as the day draws near, and are often tempted to sneak a peek at what's under the tree. 2The alarm is available at Home Bargains for just £1.99Credit: Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group This year might be a little different though, because one Home Bargains shopper pointed out that the purse-friendly store is selling a Snoop Alarm for just £1.99. The motion activated alarm prevents kids from snooping at their presents under the tree, alerting parents the moment someone gets close. Once it senses someone within range, the alarm will start flashing and let out an ear-piercing siren - stopping snoopers in their tracks. Members of the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group - where the image was shared - loved the idea, with many suggesting snapping one up this Christmas. 2There's a similar version available on...
    CHRISTMAS is a stressful time for many parents, but with 22 kids plus an extra few grandkids, it's on a whole other level for The Radfords. So how do they do it? Noel and Sue, from Morecambe, Lancs, have shared a few tips over the years which help them budget for the big day and breeze through the hectic occasion. Christmas time is hectic for Britain's biggest family (pictured in 2018) Budgeting The family famously doesn’t claim any benefits, and live off the money from and Noel’s bakery business Sue, 45, previously admitted that they don't have credit cards as they "don't believe in them" and instead budget throughout the year by putting money aside. "We save for it over the year, putting money away in an account. I do supermarket savings stamps for the food shop too," she said. Sue and Noel spend between £100 and £250 on presents for each kid Last year Sue got each of them personalised gift bags from Etsy at £9.99 each Gifts galore With so many kids to cater...
    On the lookout for items for girls of their 20s? We’ve obtained you coated. As a girl who just lately celebrated the tip of her twenties (BEST. DECADE. EVER.), I’ve compiled this information with the assistance of my girlfriends who’re nonetheless of their twenties. I found that items for girls of their 20s stay interesting even if you’ve reached your early 30s. (That, or possibly I simply haven’t matured a lot.) Learn on to find the very best items for girls of their 20s.
    The Duke of Sussex paid tribute to young people working to make a change across the world as he presented a Princess Diana Award via video message today. Prince Harry, 35, led big names including Dame Emma Thompson, Liam Payne and Miranda Hart in honouring young changemakers across the world with the coveted award.  Speaking on behalf of Prince William and himself from California, where he is currently living with Meghan Markle, 38, and Archie, 1, Harry said his mother would have been 'fighting your corner', on what would have been Diana's 59th birthday.   Referring to Meghan's speech supporting the Black Lives Matter movement, Harry joined her in apologising that they hadn't got the world to a place where young people 'deserve to be'. The Duke of Sussex paid tribute to young people working to make a change across the world as he presented a Princess Diana Award via video message today Speaking from a personal point of view, Harry said: 'My wife said recently that our generation and the ones before us haven't done enough to wipe the...
    Coronavirus — So that the function can continue during the new normality, El Circo Hermanos Graner devised a new way of witnessing the show through the car. Photo: Enrique Castro Regeneration, June 21, 2020.Due to new restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic, places where large concentrations of people are carried, they have devised new ways to continue operating. The Hermanos Garner Circus in Morelia, Michoacán, presented its new concept of «Auto Circo». Like drive-ins, the circus car will feature large parking spaces so families can witness the show without getting out of their car. In order to respect hygiene measures, the cars will be disinfected before entering, attendees will be given face masks and will not be able to get out of their vehicles, so workers will have to attend to their places. The administrator of the “Auto Circo”, Omar Morales, points out that the idea arose during the 80 days when they could not provide functions. So it was, as he found the idea of ​​offering the entertainment service without endangering its workers and assistants. Although he...
    (CNN Business)A version of this article first appeared in the "Reliable Sources" newsletter. You can sign up for free right here.Rushing to judgment before all the facts have emerged is never a good idea if one's intention is to provide accurate information to an audience. Too often, preliminary information turns out to be inaccurate or seen in a different light once the full picture is made available. It's usually better to wait until a reasonable amount of information surfaces before weighing in.But if one's primary intention is not necessarily to accurately inform or make a good faith argument, but instead to prey on preexisting political narratives to score cheap clicks and engagement on social media, the rules of the game change. In the universe of hyper-partisan media, it's actually in one's interest to publish information — regardless of how thin the supporting evidence is — that fits neatly into the narrative.If you're ahead of your competitors in publishing, you'll see a huge boost in engagement on social media. And if you end up being wrong, so what? Slap an update...
    A neighborhood in Long Island, New York, surprised their local UPS driver with a party and presents during the coronavirus pandemic. In the clip that surfaced on Instagram, we see the driver, Gregory Watkins Sr., who has been with UPS for 13 years, react after pulling up and stepping out of the truck, per Good News Movement in a post published Tuesday. (SLIDESHOW: The Sexiest Looks From The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show) Check it out!   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Good News Movement (@goodnews_movement) on Jun 9, 2020 at 11:58am PDT The driver can be seen smiling and shaking his head in disbelief as cheers from the neighborhood residents can be heard applauding for him while carrying signs and balloons. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) At one point in the video, we even see kids handing a present to Watkins, who appeared to be surprised and overjoyed with the party. “I don’t know what to say,” Gregory explained. “It’s an amazing surprise. You guys are awesome.” Someone in...
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