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Lisa Williams
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I'm just a free-spirit from Cape Town. I'm a trained chef, freelance writer and children's author. I enjoy writing from my own experiences most of all, and I think Infobarrel is the best platform I have found so far. If you want to give it a try,  sign up here. Catch you later!

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Travel & Places
by Lisa Williams
7 years ago
What the Hawaii North Shore has to Offer

The Hawaii North Shore is a place you will want to go back to over and over again. It has got something for everyone so this will make the ideal family vacation. Kauai is another dream destination in the area with plenty of white sandy beaches and great...

Travel & Places
by Lisa Williams
7 years ago
Overcoming Fear of Flying

Almost everyone has some kind of fear or phobia. This is just natural and you are not alone if you are scared of one thing or another. In fact you would not be human if something did not give you the creeps. It could be that they are petrified...

Lifestyle
by Lisa Williams
7 years ago
How to Prepare Flat and Round Fish

Fishmonger and supermarkets are always happy to prepare fish for you fresh for you to cook, but it's always good to know methods that might come in use. Scaling Cover the wooden board with a couple of sheets of newspaper. Scrape away the scales, while holding it...

Travel & Places
by Lisa Williams
7 years ago
A Beautiful French Village on the Banks of the Dodgorne

Two years ago I was blessed enough to take a trip to France. We all know that Paris is beautiful. Places like Switzerland and Greece can't be compared to anywhere else, but I have never experienced a life while on holiday as if I were a citizen of a...

Sports
by Lisa Williams
7 years ago
Nutrition for Running a Marathon

Eating before a big run is absolutely essential, but this doesn’t mean cooking yourself a bowl of pasta is going to do the trick. Of course, this is going to help. You have to have your pre-race meal, but there is so much more to it than that. There...

Lifestyle
by Lisa Williams
7 years ago
Why Kids Get Bullied at School

Bullying is something that has a lot of history attached to it. You may have been badly bullied in school or you may even have been bullied in your adult life. This doesn't stop once you have grown up. Of course, you have more resources and knowledge to know...

Health
by Lisa Williams
7 years ago
Facts about Childhood Obesity

A friend of mine told me her mom used to give her a snack when when she got home from school. A slice of white bread with butter and sugar. Come on, this is crazy. No wonder the diabetes rate is sky high. Whenever you have a problem with...

Lifestyle
by Lisa Williams
7 years ago
An Introduction to Music for Kids

Offering an environment to learn from definitely includes some form of music. In fact this should just come naturally. If you think about it, the first thing a company or institution will do is to play you music on the phone while you are waiting, or put on a...

Lifestyle
by Lisa Williams
7 years ago
The Difference that Homemade Chicken Stock Can Make to Your Dish

Stock is easier than you think it is to make. There is no comparison in taste between homemade stock and something bought off the shelf, containing a whole variety of preservatives with a high dose of sodium. I don't know how one could make a Risotto taste really good...

Travel & Places
by Lisa Williams
7 years ago
Worthwhile Volunteer Programs in Israel

There are a lot of Israel volunteer programs, but selecting one which doesn't take you for a ride is the tricky part. There are so many volunteer programs all over the world which have become more commercial than anything else. This is because you are paying them and their...

Travel & Places
by Lisa Williams
7 years ago
Find Cheap Hostels in Dublin and Have an Awesome Adventure in Ireland

I think travelling on the cheap with a backpack behind you and checking into one of the many backpackers or hostels has more advantages than not. I have stayed in backpackers in other parts of the world, but nothing has really compared to Ireland, and in particular Dublin. I...

Home & Garden
by Lisa Williams
7 years ago
Plastic Storage Sheds - Practicality, Durability and Convenience

A decade ago, people may have turned their noses up at plastic storage sheds. Of course, there will always be those who will want to put wood in their backyard, and we always love a good debate. The bottom line is that, the average home owner is looking for...

Technology
by Lisa Williams
7 years ago
How to Get Good Lighting for Food Photography

A couple of years ago I wrote a cook book, describing what it is like working as a chef and including some killer recipes at the same time. This is where I got into food photography, but I also found that it was more of a challenge than most...

Home & Garden
by Lisa Williams
7 years ago
Exterior House Paint Color - Ideas and Tips

The color you choose for your home, depends on a number of a factors, and it doesn’t just depend on what is your favourite hue, because you have to look long term as well. You have to remember that one day you will have to sell your home, and...

Home & Garden
by Lisa Williams
7 years ago
Steps to the Perfect Living Room Color Schemes

Your living room color scheme basically has to gel well to whatever theme you decide to choose. However, there are a number of other aspects to take into consideration before you start testing out paint samples on the wall. It would be a wise idea to go by the...

Business & Money
by Lisa Williams
7 years ago
What it Takes to Become a Surfboard Shaper

I recently heard about and spoken to a couple of surfboard designers. If you want something specialized for a certain type of wave then this may not be for you, but there are a lot of people out there who are finding that surfboard making is acutally a lot...

Lifestyle
by Lisa Williams
7 years ago
How to Begin Choosing the Best Chef Schools for Your Culinary Career

Old school chefs just want you to have the skills and do the job. They are not worried about a piece of paper which tells you that you have a degree. However, the fact is that more chefs are qualifying with a culinary arts degree and those who do...

Travel & Places
by Lisa Williams
7 years ago
10 Great RV Parks in Canada

Canada is a beautiful part of the world and is one of the best places to take your RV and see some of the sights that the country has to offer. You will see landscapes that will blow your mind away and wildlife that you may not have seen...

Health
by Lisa Williams
7 years ago
Start Your Day with the Best Cancer Fighting Foods

My dad had chemotherapy about a year ago and that went really well for him. What did not go well was all the advice he got from a variety of people telling him what to eat and drink. At the end of the day if you have to listen...

Lifestyle
by Lisa Williams
7 years ago
Traditional Food from France - Tasty Recipes

Traditional food from France is still hugely popular. If you go to restaurants a lot, you will see that there are definite trends with foods and the way that they are prepared. These days, presentation is not so much of a major factor as it was a decade...

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