Let’s be honest, wedding receptions, even when most of them can be lots of fun are one like the other. I don’t know how often I already attended wedding receptions, it must have been at least ten in the last several years alone. Rest assured, your typical reception may have great foods and drink (when they have a good caterer, that is) and of course there will be a band playing and in some cases maybe a local DJ.
However, I think that it doesn’t make a lot of sense to go with average musical wedding entertainment if we think about that most people don’t get married all the time! In fact, for most of us their wedding may be just the biggest event of the entire life. Looking at it that way I think that your wedding reception deserves a lot better!
I have seen The Singing Waiters twice now – and by pure coincidence (or not…) those two weddings had been the most fun and exciting of all those I can remember! While I was at those receptions where they had the singing waiters didn’t know there were there, just like all the other guests! Each time they took us by total surprise when they started with their show in the afternoon.
I have to say that those guys from the singing waiters are really something different. The first wedding reception was a very casual one where they did all kinds of fun stuff with the guests like singing and dancing while the second wedding was a very classy one where they performed classical music and jazz. Each time was absolutely amazing!
Based on from what I saw about The Singing Waiters UK and how much fun it was I can highly recommend them to you if you have a wedding reception planned any time soon. Just make sure to book them plenty ahead!
I always love to go over the travel section at The Telegraph. It’s a good place where you can find first-hand travel experience and tips from others, as opposed to some other websites where it’s obvious that some of their articles are sponsored and not always neutral.
This time I came across some rather helpful tips for those like to backpack. The article at the Telegraph list some of the best backpacking destinations around the world.
I really enjoyed the story of Tony Perfect from Worchestershire who set out to hike Europe, but then ended up in Adelaide, Australia not without first seeing half of Europe, Turkey, Syria Jordan, Baghdad and Kuwait. The two friends started out their journey with not more than £30 in their pockets. While selling blood for £10 a pint may certainly not be anyone’s idea of a great way to make some cash, the story sure shows that it’s possible to see the world without having to spend a fortune.
This is why I personally like backpacking so much!
No one ever claimed that owning a business and doing so successfully is easy. Fact is that a lot of people that start out with their own business at some point will encounter many challenges. For businesses, and in particular when the economy is rather difficult as it is today, every little bit that can help with more efficiency, cost savings and proficiency can be life-saving.
There is one thing that I came across several months ago which helped me greatly with my own online store and this is electronic invoicing. To be honest, now since I switched to electronic invoicing and see how it helps to save time and one or the other expense I’m puzzled that not more of my colleagues know about it let alone use it. This is the more surprising seeing that my switch to electronic invoicing went extremely easy at the same time, it’s not something that requires rocket science.
Let me explain electronic invoicing to you in a few words.
What it is is that an E invoice can speed up your invoicing process since you will not snail mail your invoices any longer but rather send them electronically, via email. You can do this easily: the only difference is that you don’t print your invoice but rather send it to an electronic invoice provider from your computer. This provider receives your invoice and converts it into digital format. The provider will then dispatch your invoice to your recipient, such as your distributor.
The advantage here should be obvious: you save (considerable!) time and won’t have to wait several days that your invoice would usually take if you were to send it by normal mail.
Now, you can do the math: Say electronic invoicing saves you an hour per day mailing. This amounts to an entire work day each and every week. Now add the costs for stamps and be aware that electronic invoicing also eliminates the possibility for lost mail.
Ultimately, as unspectacular it may seem at first it made a big difference for my own business. This is why I recommend electronic invoicing to all my buddies now!
Comes Easter this year in the United Kingdom it will also be the first bank holiday weekend! And what this means is that lots of of Brits will without doubt want to venture out to experience a little sun and a hint of spring outdoors.
Here is a great list of Easter Festival and events that I can recommend to you! It has the best family-friendly Easter break destinations with a lot of helpful information!
How about visiting the Lego Lost World Zoo in Basingstoke or seeing the bunnies in Bewilderwood, Hoveton and Norfolk?
So check out the list if you’re looking for some great places to go this coming Easter!
Jockey Davy Russell fell at Gowran Park this past Sunday in which racing experts describe as a “nightmare fall”. He suffered a broken arm but will likely be back for Punchestown’s meeting next month if all goes well.
Emergency personnel quickly attended to him before taking him to the General Hospital to Kilkenny.
The chief medical officer at the club, in a statement to the press on Saturday: “Davy has fractured his ulna [elbow] and will have surgery on Monday.
He will be out of action for four to six weeks, but should be back in time for the Punchestown festival at the end of next month.”
It was just last week that Russell teamed up with Lord Windermere at Cheltenham. However, the horse disappointed throughout the race. For the experienced jockey, this latest accident sure is another unfortunate blow.
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