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100 Push-Up Challenge

100 Push-ups, what can it do to you? You may all have heard of this challenge, but does it really work? See here what happens if you do the challenge in this video.

Sleeping Hacks

Sleeping can also be a big struggle. You can’t find the right position or your mind won’t let you rest. But here is a guide on how to hack your way into a baby like rest.

Sleep like a Baby

Learn the best way to sleep and wake more energized than ever

Doctors Notes the Lil Miracle Workers

If you are anything like me, you will have faced moments in your life when you needed a little break from work or a doctors note that meant you could have a little extra time to prepare for a school or college exam. I have found a number of excellent examples of a Dr. excuse template that have made it easy for me to get a little extra time to avoid work or a busy time at school.  I have always used the website of to ensure high quality and authentic looking notes to present at work. It never fails me, 6 out of 6, it really works.

For me the chance to make the most of my life far outweighed any other option or dilemma I may have had. The fact is that when you know a Dr. who is willing to fill in the necessary forms and give you excuses to miss work or school things are simple. I don’t have doctors willing to provide me with ready made excuses to miss busy days at work or to allow me to extend a vacation for a few extra days. Instead I have to find free physician’s docs¬†template and make up my own excuse.

For myself I have used a few good examples of how to make up a believable excuse that will have few long term consequences or mean my employer or old school principal will be looking for major symptoms in the future. Instead, the best option is to do a little research and make sure your excuse fits into the time frame you have been away from work or school for. I have found that a doctors note sample should be mundane to be believable, finding a random medical condition will arouse suspicion and questions. Keep it simple and an excuse for missing work or a few days of school will be accepted quickly and easily. If you want a dr excuse for work, there are many options.

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Although we like to have a relaxing vacation, we still don’t want to lose our job. So, we need to be extra careful in using a fake doctor’s note because some of it, which are offered for free in some websites, prove to be troublesome since they get spotted very quick! If I were you, purchase a paid notes than going for a free one. Everything has value now, even the time we need to relax. You should visit for a trusted supplier of such documents.

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The Brigantes was probably the largest tribe in Celtic Britain, though compromising a loose federation rather than a centralised community. They occupied most of modern-day England north of the Mersey and the Humber. Their chief settlement was initially at Isurium and later Eboracum (York). Their queen Cartimandua, who reigned about 50-70AD was responsible for turning the fugitive Caratacus over to the Romans, but the Brigantes were to prove unreliable subjects of Rome for the next 100 years.


The trinovantes, whose Kings in the pre-Roman period included Addedomus, Tasciovanus and Dumnovellaunus, formed an alliance with Julius Caesar during his invasions of 55-54BC. Caesar protected them against their powerful and aggressive neighbours the Catuvellauni. Fifty years later Roman policy had changed : political entanglements outside the empire were avoided, and Cunobelinus was able to subjugate not only the Trinovantes but also other friends of Rome including the Atrebates.


The homeland of the Catuvellauni was modern Hertfordshire. Their King, Cassivellaunus took the lead in resisting the invasion of Julius Caesar. He overcame the customary tribal animosities of Celtic Britain by forming an alliance of neighbouring tribes. His headquarters was Veralamium (St Albans). His successor , Tasciovanus, was recognised as a Roman ‘client-King’ at the same time as Tincommius. Under his son, Cunobelinus, the Catuvellauni became the leading power in Southern Britain before the Roman conquest.

Cunobelinus conquered the Trinovantes early in the first century gaining Camulodunum, the chief centre for continental trade, which became his capital. He took over part of Kent, the Midlands and territory of the Atrebates in Sussex and Hampshire. Coins were minted in Camulodunum and referred to him as rex ‘King’ and he was called ‘King of the Britons’.

Outlying provinces were governed by sons of Cunobelinus or other members of his family. His personal empire ended with his death. His son Togodomnus was killed fighting the Romans. Another son Caratacus who ruled from the Atrebates settlement of Calleva (Silchester), retreated to Wales. Caratacus led the Welsh tribes, the Silures and Ordovices against the Romans until 50 AD when defeated, he retreated to the territory of the Brigantes who betrayed him to Rome. A third son of Cunobelinus, Adminus, ruled in Kent until he fled to Rome in about 40 AD.


This tribe occupied south-central England as well as some of Belgic Gaul. The leader of the Atrebates in Britain from 50 BC was Commius, who fled to Britain after fighting the Romans in Gaul. He also ruled over the neighbouring Regni (who occupied what is now West Sussex) His lands were split up under his sons, Tincommius Eppillus and Verica.

Tincommius adopted a pro-Roman policy and was recognised by the Emperor Augustus as a ‘client-King’ in 15BC. Like his brother Verica, who issued coins bearing a vine leaf motif and ruled the area of Regni, he came under pressure from Cunobelinus (see the Catuvellauni) and eventually fled to Rome.

Queen Elizabeth I

Elizabeth_I_when_a_PrincessBorn: 1533 Died: 1603

Daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, Elizabeth was the third of Henry’s children to come to the throne. In the political and religious upheaval of the times she found herself a Protestant Queen taking the throne from a Catholic Queen. She also found herself having to maintain an uneasy peace with the most powerful nation on earth at the time, Spain. Political intrigue led to her having her cousin Mary, Queen of Scots, executed after the latter had been found to be plotting with Philip of Spain. The discoveries in the New World had led to English Privateers attacking Spanish treasure ships and this was all the pretext the Catholic Philip required to invade. In 1588 Elizabeth, ‘Good Queen Bess’ or the ‘Virgin Queen’, had her finest hour. The Spanish Armada was defeated and England was safe. Her 45 year-long reign is perhaps one of the most romanticised of all the early reigns with such memorable names and events as Shakespeare’s plays, Drake’s circumnavigation of the world and Raleigh’s colonisation of Virginia and introduction of the potato and tobacco to England known to this day. Elizabeth died of natural causes, at the age of 69, unmarried yet mourned by a nation. She had survived several assassination attempts, countless plots and any number of diseases that were rife at that time.

Horatio Nelson

sfk_ccm_r_1983_143_6_largeBorn: 1758 Died: 1805

Of all the famed names of British Naval history Nelson stands prominent. His dash and courage could have been scripted by the best modern day screenwriter.

Nelson was born in Norfolk in the latter half of the eighteenth century and with the rest of his generation found himself at war with Napoleonic France and her allies. His memeory is also undeniably entangled with romance. His affair with Emma Hamilton was the talk of society for some time and has been a source of interest ever since. Nelson’s Naval exploits had already made him the talk of the nation. His victory at Aboukir Bay and his audacious destruction of the Danish fleet, possible allies to Napoleon, at Copenhagen had warranted him a reputation for being a man of his own kind.

With Trafalgar won the nation mourned the loss of one of it’s saviours. Nelson was to be remembered with the erection of Nelson’s Column in London. It stands as a tribute and a sign of eternal gratitude to a pioneer of naval tactics which led to the threat of foreign invasion being lifted.