Bella le Pard's career as a TV presenter is 'on hold'. To fill her days, she sits in a coffee shop and obsesses about a wedding dress in the neighbouring shop. Her luck changes when she gets the call from her old boss at 'Flair for living TV' to present a pilot for a new food and chat show. But her revived TV career is short-lived when one of the celebrity guests threatens to steal the show. Bella finds herself turning to blackmail to save her job. But will her threat to reveal her boss's infidelity keep her on TV? And will she ever find a reason to buy that dream wedding dress?
One factor in modern life that causes the human person a great deal of harm is stress. Stress takes its toll on us physically, emotionally, and mentally. It may surprise you to hear that good and happy life events, such as getting married, also cause stress. Weddings are very stressful. Planning the wedding, paying for the wedding, dealing with family drama, high expectations, just the thought of getting married, hiring the right people, and the wedding day itself are all major stressors. Add to these practical considerations, the myths that surround our ideas of a "perfect" wedding, and we are asking for an explosion of stress that can very well ruin the entire experience for us. The pages of this book are dedicated to reducing the stressors you will experience as you plan your wedding and allow you to enjoy your special day with love, happiness, and satisfaction.
This specialist handbook is intended as a quick and easy reference guide to be used by individuals and organisations that are involved with the production of food, from both agriculture and horticulture. It is designed to be used as a reference book that answers basic questions about how food is produced from plants, and aims to demystify the subject of growing food as far as possible. The focus is firmly on the technical aspects of food crops; topics such as animal husbandry, agrochemicals and genetic engineering are only briefly mentioned.There is a strong international flavour to the book, with a view to making it user friendly throughout the English speaking community. In fact the manual is designed to be also used by those who normally speak or read English as their second language, using simple English terminology and phrasing, with explanations and cross references of the terminology, acronyms and terms used.The book is divided into three sections, described further in the Table of Contents:Section 1. -Principles and Practices used in Agriculture and HorticultureSection 2. - Description and Characteristics of the Main Food CropsSection 3. - Naming and Classification of Plants, Seed Purchase Procedures, Conversion Tables & Statistics, Planning and Assessing Agricultural Projects
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