This year I'm going to make the most of my uni holidays. I always wanted to learn the guitar, but last holidays I just slept in every day and went out each night instead. So I'm starting this blog to show my progress as well as taking some professional lessons to help me stay motivated with learning the guitar. Hopefully, by the time that uni goes back, I'll be good at guitar and able to show my mad music skills off at parties and get-togethers. This should be a good read for anyone who wants to get motivated this holidays.
20 May 2016
So, you've taken your driving lessons and just passed your driving test, and now you're eager to hit the road by yourself. One of the first things you'll have to do is fill up the tank of your car, so just follow the four tips below to make sure you do it right. 1. Remember Which Side the Fuel Cap is On Do you know which side of the car your fuel cap is on?
12 April 2016
Passing your driving test could literally change your life, opening new work, social and educational opportunities that were otherwise unattainable. With so much to lose, nerves can easily get the best of you. To boost your chance of success, you must not only understand the process of driving, but what examiners are actively looking for. Your Ability to Plan Ahead Even if you have already glanced in your rearview mirror, make it obvious to your driving examiner.