Why Are Tennis Courts Blue?
Jan23

Why Are Tennis Courts Blue?

With the Australian Open in full swing, I’ve been watching the tennis highlights every day. My money is on Djokovic on the men’s side (although I think Tsitsipas might win a major tournament this year…so it could be this one) and probably Halep for the women. Let’s see if I’m right in a week or so 🙂 The Aussie Open is the first of the four main tennis events of the year; Roland Garros, Wimbledon and the U.S Open make up the...

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5 Best Portable Crib Mattresses
Jan15

5 Best Portable Crib Mattresses

Your baby’s comfort and safety is essential when it comes to their sleeping arrangements. But there is also a practical element to consider. As well as in their crib or bassinet, sometimes your baby might need a nap in a playpen. This is where a portable crib mattress can be really useful, to make things comfortable for your baby, and easier for you to deal with all those little naps during the day. What is a portable crib mattress?...

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15 Benefits Of Being Bilingual
Jan10

15 Benefits Of Being Bilingual

Those of you who have followed my blog for a while will probably have guessed that I’m a native English speaker. However, what you may not know is that my wife is Russian, and that we’ve decided to raise our daughter in a bilingual household. It’s one of the many parenting topics we’ve discussed at length over the past few years. Mia is currently 3 and a half and she can speak both languages fairly well,...

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How Can You Return A Kick Serve?
Jan07

How Can You Return A Kick Serve?

Want to know how to get those pesky kick serves back into your opponent’s court? In order to do this, I believe you should have a fundamental understanding of how kick serves work, and ideally possess a good one yourself, as this will help you face them when you’re returning serve. Why should you learn a kick serve? It’s a crucial serve to learn for a variety of reasons: It gives you more consistency, particularly on...

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