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Baby Development

Moms-to-be spend a lot of time wondering what their baby looks like in their womb and what features it has. Heres a month by month guide to your babys development inside the body.  more

Learn to Play the Guitar

When I first started to play the guitar, many years ago, my Bible was Bert Weedons Play in a Day. The basics covered in that little gem are still relevant today.  more

Review of the Samsung Galaxy S3

Samsung claim that almost ten million pre-orders for the new Galaxy S3 were received even before the official launch.  more

Solid State Hard Drives. Are they Worth It?

The first real computer I bought came with a 100 MB hard disk drive. At the time it was a large amount of storage capacity and lightning fast. How times have changed!  more

Buying a Vehicle: New vs. Second-Hand

The time will come, sooner or later, when youll need to consider probably the second largest purchasing decision in your life, buying a vehicle.  more

How to Ensure Your Motorbike is Roadworthy

Motorcycling is an exciting pastime, but along with the adrenaline rush there are certain dangers involved.  more

Gift Ideas for Hosts

When invited by an acquaintance to lunch or dinner, it is a good idea to carry a gift for the host or hostess. If you dont know this person well, what kind of gift should you choose and will your choice be appropriate? Read on for gifting etiquette.  more

Learn Glass Painting

Art-based hobbies can be wonderfully engaging and reveal a hitherto unknown creative side of ourselves.  more

Electric Cars

Just about everybody whose anybody in the car industry has made or is getting ready to make a car propelled solely or partially by electricity: Nissan, Audi, BMW, Ford, Opel, Renault, Mitsubishi, etc.  more


Pottery is among the oldest crafts known to mankind, one that through time has flowered into an art form. Besides potterys utilitarian purposes, many types of fine pottery are sought after as antiques and collectables.  more

The New7Wonders of the World

If we want to save anything, we first need to appreciate it. With this noble thought began the New7Wonders campaign in 2001, an online poll to select seven great monuments from a shortlist of existing heritage sites on the planet.  more

Bamboo Clothing

Bamboo fabric is fast becoming the textile of the future. Its extraordinary qualities make bamboo clothing quite the favourite with international designers like Diane von Furstenberg and Oscar de la Renta.  more

Fun Things to do Indoors this Winter

Winter is here and its time to bundle up with a hot cup of tea and a good book. But wait a minute! Just because you cant head outside doesnt mean that you cant have any fun with your family. Here are some fun activities you can do this winter.  more

Fun Facts about Perfume

Perfumes are fun to experiment with and are an integral part of dressing up (or down) these days.  more

Things to Consider Before Getting Inked

Tattoos are no longer just for bikers or sailors; doctors, lawyers, teachers and just about everyone is giving into the cool quotient of tattoos. Here are some steps you may have to take into consideration as you prepare to jump onto the tattoo bandwagon.  more

Top 10 Swimming Tips

Swimming is a great way to exercise and have fun at the same time. But some times it can be a bit of a struggle to keep yourself motivated, so lets have a look at ways that you can keep your exercise program on track.  more

The Harmful Effects of Smoking

Are you a smoker? Are you concerned about your health and life expectancy?  more

The Game of Airsoft

The history of the game of Airsoft can be traced back to the Far East in the end of the 1970s, particularly China, Japan and Hong Kong.  more

Working from Home Tips and Advice

These tips are from seasoned work-from-home entrepreneurs, many of them bidorbuy sellers. Perhaps they will work for you too!  more

How to Plan the Perfect Holiday

OK, youve worked hard and its time for that well-deserved break. But how can you make sure that your holiday lives up to your expectations? The answer is planning!  more

Caring for Cashmere

Cashmere is considered a special luxury fibre. It is extremely soft and is hand-combed from the undercoat of the Cashmere goat (usually found in Mongolia and China).  more

Elie Saab Le Parfum Dissection

Lebanon-born designer Elie Saab was 18 years old when he launched his fashion label in Beirut in 1982. Elie began sewing at age 9; later, as a gifted teenager, he would sell his creations to neighbourhood women.  more

What is Guache?

Guache (or gouache) is a paint medium akin to watercolour but radically different in composition and usage.  more

Fashion Infographic

Interesting facts about fashion and the clothing section on bidorbuy in a fun picture format  more

Book Club Questions for The Patchwork Marriage by Jane Green

For all you book-club ladies, heres a chick-lit offering from bestselling author Jane Green, The Patchwork Marriage that ought to give you plenty to chew on and of course, talk about during your next book-club discussion.  more

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