Delilah Nosworthy

Useful guide on exporting your pets
Delilah Nosworthy
Delilah Nosworthy

A useful guide when preparing your pets for export

Emigrating, whether for a short-term job opportunity or a long-term change can be a stressful process. Pets are part of your family unit and your vet’s goal is to help you through the process of exporting your pet so that they can at least help carry some of the stress for you. Below are some useful tips from the lovely Somerset West, Teva Clinic Vet, Dr Karin Wilson.

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Delilah Nosworthy
Delilah Nosworthy

Tips to become more efficient and organised

By Delilah Nosworthy
There are many ways of becoming more organised. First, figure out what “being more organised” means for you and how to order your life so that you feel like you’re in control of your day and not simply a victim of circumstances or running around like a headless chicken. Here are some personal tips you may find useful.

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Collagen powder - Collmar with magnesium and hyaluronic acid
Delilah Nosworthy
Delilah Nosworthy

My experience with Collmar marine collagen

Collagen is the main protein in our bodies, which is responsible for skin elasticity and healthy joints. It exists in the structural and connective tissues, including bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments, blood, and skin. Its rubbery structure provides these parts of the body with their strength and form. Believe it or not, it covers about three-quarters of your skin and comprises a third of the protein in your body.

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Nic and Delilah cycling
Delilah Nosworthy
Delilah Nosworthy

The joy of the two-wheeled contraption:

By Delilah Nosworthy
Reflections on the intricate history of the bicycle and the freedom and joy it brings to both big and small humans, and in some cases, even little fluffy four-legged beings.

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Elixirmune probiotics in soil
Delilah Nosworthy
Delilah Nosworthy

Can probiotics prevent acid reflux?

Believe it or not, the best way to maintain an adequate supply of bacteria in your gut is by eating soil. Regular consumption of soil-based organisms (SBOs) is needed to restore your gut ecosystem. These SBOs include the good bacteria (probiotics) that usually live in dirt. They provide our gut with the support it needs to stay healthy by aiding in digestion, food assimilation, and proper nutrient absorption.

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Neuromarketing techniques
Delilah Nosworthy
Delilah Nosworthy

Narrative and B2B Neuromarketing Techniques

Michael Wood (Ontwerp) shares his insights about why neuromarketing techniques (NMTs) should be used to better market B2B solutions. Read on to see what he has to say about the study of our brain’s reactions to targeted marketing and communication stimuli.

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Image of angry person
Delilah Nosworthy
Delilah Nosworthy

Anger is best served cold

Thomas Jefferson once said, “when angry, count to 10 before you speak. If very angry, a hundred.” This is sound age-old advice; by doing so, you are emphasising two key elements of anger management – time and distraction. It allows you to delay a response and it offers a helpful distraction from the anger-arousing incident.

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Social media is not about content
Delilah Nosworthy
Delilah Nosworthy

Social media is not about content

By Michael Wood (Edited by Delilah Nosworthy)
The most focused and effective social media campaigns are informed by target market demographics, firmographics, and technographics. Effectiveness is primarily about the right channels. Objectives, positioning, and content are only relevant if your target market personas are appreciably present on the channels you select.

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Delilah Nosworthy
Delilah Nosworthy

Don’t collect data – connect data

By Michael Wood (edited by Delilah Nosworthy)
Data comprises raw observations and little or no context. A dataset is ultimately only a body of quantities and text that may or may not be significant. Find out more about the importance of the bridge between data and information on decision-making.

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