Posted by admin on March 29, 2011
I am priveledged to be able to write on the MuseumsOfTheTriad Blog. I want to use the opportunity to write about my own company which helps people to find a driving instructor in lots of areas of the UK.
The idea is that a pupil would come on to the website, enter thier postcode and driving licence number along with a few other details, then they receive free quotes from a number of local driving schools. So, from London to Nottingham, Leeds to Glasgow. We currently cover pretty much the whole of the UK.
Posted by admin on November 8, 2010
I have been in need of a break for a very long time. My wife spotted it before I did. Even just a short break. A couple of days would be perfect. London, Birmingham, Dublin or in fact anywhere that I don’t have to fly to. Short breaks in Dublin have been highly recommended to me as they provide a good mix of rest and play without the business of London (I would maybe prefer a London two day break) – although Dublin can hardly be classed as ‘quiet’.
Here is an affiliate type site to see some short break booking stuff – along with a confusing driving instructors blurb at the bottom. The site has a few offers on car hire, hotels etc. take a look, but I’m not sure if the deals are remotely good.
Why do short breaks have to be so expensive??? It is only a few days after all! I guess that the issue is that you would still only need one flight if you were staking for a month and that hotels and car hire generally offer deals if you are paying for multiple days of service. That’s ironic… the very reason I only want a short break is that I need to spend the rest of my time at home working to make money, and at the same time the short break costs an arm and a leg! What’s that all about?
Anyway. I’ll be less stressed soon – if I get that break.
Posted by admin on October 6, 2010
Unfortunately, today the need for home security systems is increasing. Even if it never gets to the point of going off, the fact that you have a burglar alarm can be seen as a good deterrent, effectively causing the criminals to move on to the next person.
Even in some of the ‘higher class’ areas such for burglar alarms Solihull for example can not only save a lot of time and stress by avoiding being broken into, but can also save you a considerable amount on your home insurance. The fact that insurance companies offer such discounts for having monitored alarms Solihull is, in itself evidence that alarms have a significant impact on the safety of your home and your posessions.
The next thing worth thinking about is whether or not should the worst happen, will anyone take notice. Monitored security systems can be the solution. Not only does the bell ring, but the alarm will automatically send a message to the monitoring company who will then contact the required emergency service (even the fire brigade if such a system has been set up/enabled). How many times do you hear alarms going off in your street and nobody goes to investigate? A monitored system could be just what you are searching for.
So, if you are looking for some of the best security alarms Solihull has on offer try AOS (Alpha & Omega) for free quotes and reliable service.
Posted by admin on October 5, 2010
People often talk about ‘peace’, but what does it really mean and is it even possible?
Well, by ‘peace’ people often mean ‘no injuries inflicted by another’. So there would basically be no more wars, no more terrorism, etc. They therefore believe that by governments doing the right thing at the right time and putting up enough banners and sending enough aid, that everything will be fine.
The problem, I believe, runs much, much deeper than that. Yes, you can do some things to stop people ‘acting’ in a certain manner, but that only leads to stifled emotions and feelings, not authentic peace. There will always be people who are hurt, selfish, bitter, angry and by simply making a few extra laws the problems won’t just go away.
Does that mean we just give up and let people get killed? Not at all! Do we start with our own heart? Definitely.