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Picking the Right Dinghy

29th June 2012
If you are a boat owner, it is really a decent guess that you also have a dinghy to use when you are at anchor. Most yacht owners possess them to go exploring, set off into town or simply mess around when absent from the big boat. In case you are in th... Read >
Author: Marinetrader

The Benefits of Decluttering

22nd August 2011
People across America are realizing the many benefits of decluttering, particularly the economic and psychological benefits. The "Great Recession" prompted many people to declutter out of necessity. Ebay and other online selling venues created an outlet f... Read >
Author: AKozlowski

Possible Problems with Muffins and Muffin Troubleshooting

14th June 2011
Muffins are among the greatest options to go for whether enjoying your meal. Muffins are so incredibly easy to make that even novice chefs could easily bake them. The only problem stemming from consistent muffin baking may be the inevitable desire to prod... Read >
Author: igorvragovic

What Is A Boat Made Of?

23rd November 2010
Until the mid-1800’s, boats were made out of forest materials such as wood planks, barks or logs, and animal skins. Egyptians were thought to be the first ones to use boats, although evidences show that there are previous boat usages before this era. Thes... Read >
Author: MarkBrown

Open Water Swimming Wetsuits

07th July 2010
The wetsuits are constructed using a mix of different density neoprene panels, for flexibility and buoyancy, to deliver a fitted and comfortable yet efficient suit (some may say performance enhancing!). Today's wetsuits are the result of multi-million dol... Read >
Author: Armand2000

Basic information on wakeboarding

07th June 2010
The sport of wakeboarding can be considered a amalgamation of water skiing, snowboarding, and surfing. Wakeboarders attempt to remain on the surface of the water as they stand on a buoyantboard. It may seem that wakeboarding just entered the limelight, bu... Read >
Author: Shannon Maguire

Hot Tubs vs. Sauna- Know and Compare the Differences

28th April 2010
Relaxation is essential in everyone's life, especially if you are too pre-occupied with your work. You would really look for ways on how to escape from that pressures and stress that you have. But there are other people who seem to have a hard time includ... Read >
Author: Flynna Sarah E. Molina

The Most Trendy and Eminent Men’s Tuxedos

25th August 2009
Today men are more dress-conscious than ever before and wearing the right fitting tuxedo suits really helps in projecting a positive personality. It is a fact that the tuxedo has not really been in vogue for very long time. However, lately, designers from... Read >
Author: John Adam

The Key to Breath Control when Diving

01st August 2009
Breathing is easy, isn't it? We do it all the time. Good air in, bad air out. Simple, and easy, right? Wrong! In scuba diving, breathing properly serves three major purposes, and missing out on knowing how to breathe properly can lead to a messed up dive.... Read >
Author: Ollie Donovan

What to look for in a good wetsuit

10th October 2008
Many people don't even know where to start when looking for a good wet suit. Whether it be for surfing or diving, we all want the same thing. UV protection, comfort, durability and long lasting quality. Sadly, most brands of wet suits come in a very uncom... Read >
Author: Jayme Wium

TOBY MARSHALL - Abacus Recruitment Solutions

30th March 2007
Welcome. I'm Toby Marshall, Director of Abacus and a new contributor to CCH. My goal? To each month explore and offer thought-provoking opinion on topics of interest that as human capital professionals we can't ignore ... Why we routinely pay tens of ... Read >
Author: Toby Marshall
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