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Back to School: What’s Your Smiggle Style?

What does your Smiggle stuff say about you? Answer these questions to find out!

1/8

Pick a colour:

Pink

Glittery blue and pink

Green. And also red and orange and black

All of them!

2/8

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Your favourite Smiggle thing is a…

Bag

Pair of headphones

Set of pens

Squishy

3/8

If you had a scented pencil, what would it smell like?

Dumplings

Custard tart

Cheese Burger

Freshly cut grass

4/8

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Pick some Fluffy Sand:

Blue

Dino Fluffy Sand

Rainbow

Swirly Goo

5/8

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What mythical animal would you rather be?

Mermaid

Unicorn

Dragon

Some kind of weird dog-bear thing

6/8

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Your pencil case…

Has animals on it

Has doughnuts on it

Has a bit that pops out

Is MEGA shiny

7/8

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What would you rather do this weekend?

Walk around the neighbourhood looking cool

Organise all your favourite things

Make a mess

Paint a huge picture

8/8

And finally… pick a snack!

Cupcake with sprinkles

Sticky bun

Banana and cheese toastie

Pickled egg stir fry

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The Collector!

You’re obsessed with Smiggle and have to have their newest things. You don’t really use them though – you’re too worried about messing them up!

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The Show Off!

You always make sure you have the newest Smiggle bag – and make doubly sure that all your friends know about it!

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The Mix and Match!

You prefer it when things DON’T match, and like to mix up Smiggle stuff with whatever else you have at home. It’s a great look. You wear odd socks as well, right?

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The Artist!

Smiggle bags look kind of cool, but really you just like the pens and pencils. The smellier the better. We don’t blame you!

Re-take the Quiz!     

Back To School With Smiggle · The Inspiration Edit

Last week Sylvia was sent an amazing new Schoolbag and other products from Smiggle to be used when she goes back to school in September. Smiggle is a great brand and I love that their products smell and look so lovely. The parcel we received was fantastic and contained Sylvia’s new Smiggle school bag, a cute keyring, a beautiful Smiggle Diary, some writing pencils, and a fantastic new digital watch.

I must admit, I wanted to put these lovely items away until September but once my daughter saw them it was too late. She squealed with excitement at the new school bag. Her previous one was a plain red bag with the school logo on and I had promised Sylvia she could have a nicer bag this coming school year. I guess this came at the perfect time.

Sylvia straight away wanted to use her school bag. She could not wait for next year and so I allowed her to use it for her last week of school. Why wait? She also wanted to wear her bag whilst playing outside, riding her bike and when going out. She even took her bag to swimming lessons and Kung Fu. I have to say it’s the most gorgeous bag ever and smells divine. The bag looks fantastic and my daughter has totally fallen in love with it.

Sylvia also got the most amazing new diary. It is fluffy and soft and also smells lovely. The Smiggle diary has a super cute sequin design which can be reversed and comes with a lovely sparkly pen. Sylvia has started writing in it each day about her day and I love how this is encouraging writing.

The Pink Lemonade pencils smell amazing and are super cool. I have never had fun smelling pencils before and neither has Sylvia and they are now a prized possession. The Keyring has found a permanent home on Sylvia’s Smiggle school bag and the watch is also super cool. It’s a digital one and perfect as the one Sylvia had before recently broke.

We are so impressed with the Smiggle products we ere sent to review. I looked up the stores on the Smiggle website and was suprised to see there are two within 30 minutes of our home. I think we will be paying a trip to Smiggle in the coming months and I will certainly be visiting the store before Santa visits at Christmas. That’s for sure. I love that you can order and buy online but just imagine how amazing the shop would smell with all those lovely products inside. I imagine delicious!

Angela x

*We were sent the Smiggle products in return for this review. We are really pleased and impressed and all opinions are my own.

About Angela Milnes

Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts and having fun as a family. Angela has also taught cooking skills and loves to share both family recipes and easy instant pot recipes here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!

GIVEAWAY – A Bundle of Smiggle Goodies

I saw a debate on Facebook the other day about what to get a tween for Christmas. A lady posted in a local group looking for suggestions on gifts for her nieces who were 8 and 10, and was completely stuck for ideas. What followed didn’t really surprise me at all. Whilst some suggested toys or make up type items, an overwhelming number of votes came for Smiggle – so much so that it appears to have somewhat of a cult following when it comes to children (in particular girls) of primary and early secondary school age.

It’s clear to see why.

I am lucky enough to live close to a Smiggle store, and being a huge lover of stationery and kitsch items myself, it only takes a brief look around the store to see why children would love it. With everything from gel pens and scented pencils, fun craft projects, lunchbags and drinks bottles to secret diaries, jewellery and hair accessories, there really is something for everyone.

Smiggle have very kindly been in touch and offered me a FAB Smiggle bundle worth over £50 to giveaway to one lucky reader this Christmas. Here’s what you can get your hands on!

Safeboost Money Box – £16.50

Children can make sure that their Christmas money is kept nice and safe with this fastastic safe-style money box! With a pull out tray inside and a working dial combination lock, they wont ever have to worry about their younger siblings stealing their pocket money or prize possessions ever again! Available in a variety of colours (prize colour selected at random)

Lantern Metallic Light – £18.

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Perfect for doing your homework by, these gorgeous shimmering metallic lanterns are battering powered and feature colour change 3D lights. A perfect addition for your tween’s bedroom. Available in a variety of colours (prize colour selected at random).

£15 of Jewellery from the Smile with Smiggle Range

Colours and styles vary but this gorgeous range includes hair clips, hair bobbles, necklaces and bracelets. The winner of our prize will include a selection of items to the value of £15.

I want to win!

To enter, simply use the Gleam app below. Our standard terms and conditions apply as well as additional terms below.

Smiggle Bundle Giveaway

Giveaway closes 11.59pm on the 19th December 2017. A winner will be chosen at random and contacted on the 20th. Whilst every effort will be made to post the item before Christmas, we are unable to guarantee Christmas delivery (especially due to the unpredictable weather conditions). Please allow up to 28 days for delivery. GOOD LUCK!

 

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10% Off | Smiggle Vouchers & Promo Codes In July 2021

It’s Better With VIP

Smile and save on your next shop with Smiggle— apply for their VIP program and start building your collection for less! Enjoy speedy sign-in, quick checkout to take advantage of all of those hot Smiggle promo codes, a birthday treat, and receive promotional emails right to your inbox. You’ll never miss out on a Smiggle sale Australia again, plus,  you’ll receive one of their 10% off Smiggle vouchers just for signing up. 

Make sure you ask in-store for your very own VIP card, because, for every $15 you spend, you’ll receive a stamp that you can later redeem for rewards. Link your account and receive a free gift when you spend $210 or more online!

The Best Gift Ever

Stuck for the perfect gift idea and not sure which Smiggle watch, water bottle, or lunch box your recipient will love? Skip the stress and choose a gift card! You can either choose to receive a physical gift card via post or an eGift card via email, between $20 and $200.  

Customise it, choose your recipient, and make sure you show them our Smiggle discount codes or Smiggle free shipping promos to make their gift last even longer. Their card will be redeemable both in-store and online, so they can shop to their heart’s content.

Placing Your Order

To make sure you can score all of your must-have items, they offer a variety of payment methods for your convenience. Check out using Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Diners, PayPal, Zip, Humm, Openpay, or gift card, along with any of our Smiggle promotional codes or Smiggle coupon codes that are available. While there is no running Smiggle free delivery promo available, they do offer both standard and express options. 

Return Policy

Hoping to make you smile and giggle, in addition to your rights, should you change your mind about a recent purchase, they will happily offer a refund or exchange. With their Smiggle return policy, you may return items within 14 days of purchase as long as they are in their original condition. Feel free to return your unwanted items either via post or in any retail store near you. In order to avoid the returns process, consider reading Smiggle reviews on your desired products before checking out.

Previously Featured Promo Codes for Smiggle

Promo Category Top Discount Codes and Offers Price Reduction Deal Status
Code 10% off bento boxes with this Smiggle discount code 10% Off Inactive
Sale Smiggle keyrings for up to 50% off 50% Off Valid
Code Free shipping with this Smiggle code Free Shipping Inactive
Code Limited-time Smiggle 40% off code 40% Off Inactive

Going Back to School with Smiggle – Super Busy Mum

In a few weeks time, my children will be going back to school. I am a little sad about that as the summer seems to have been syphoned from under my feet. But also pleased because I am a person who loves a bit of routine & structure. However, with the new school term upon us, we are in full swing to get the kids ready for going back to school. We have collaborated with Smiggle to share a few amazing products from their massive range of Back to school goodies. Ranging from backpacks, pencil cases, stationery and so on. 

Here in Belfast, we only recently had our own Smiggle store open, and it’s one of those stores that we love popping in too, anytime we’re in the City. Mainly because it’s so colourful & inviting, plus, the products are quite quirky & different too. 

So, to kick start the many amazing products we have to share with you, I’ll start with this Neon Football Boot pencil case. I am all for novelty pencil cases, but the thing that makes this just that little bit cooler {in my opinion} is the shoelaces. RRP £12.50

Sure, you have shoelaces on a shoe and to make the item seem more realistic these have been added. That’s grand! However, kids who don’t yet know how to tie their shoelaces can practice on their pencil case. How cool is that!

Keeping with the pencil case theme, how gorgeous is this Now you see me twin zipped pencil case. It’s so shiny and spacious and it means if you like to stay organised, you can have your pens & pencils on one side and your colours in the other. Organised and happy, even during your school day. RRP £8.50

Speaking of pencils, they’re all Annabelle can use to write with when she’s back in Primary school. But when you roll up to school with cookie scented pencils, I think that is something special. RRP £4.50

If there is one part of the school day that my children love, it’s lunchtime. So Annabelle, as soon as she spotted it, loved the Now you see me Double decker lunchbox. I have been a parent for a long, long time and maybe I’ve just been under a rock or something. But I have never seen this style of lunchbox before, but I love it!

It comes with a top compartment to fit some snacks in, maybe using some nesting boxes for break time. Then the lower section to store your sandwiches, fruit, yoghurt and maybe a cheeky cookie or something.  It’s spacious enough for what the children need, easy to carry & the design is super cute, too. RRP £17.50

Going Back to school can be daunting. New classroom, new teacher but it’s good to know that you have everything you need to kick start the new school term. Which is why I think this Ultimate Back to School pencil case is a bit of a winner. I remember having something similar to this when I was in school. It was smaller, but the concept is the same – which is having everything in one place. 

It has a sharpener, rubber, 2 pencils, a ruler, a multicoloured pen, sticky notes, colouring in pens & pencils. All stored neatly in one case which also fits into your bag, easily. RRP £18

As for keeping notes during school or just having the time to doodle on your lunch break, this Mermaid scale notebook is perfect. It is a little on the chunky side but it has loads of pages, ranging from mermaid tales and scalloped pages. The front cover is also mesmerising to play with. RRP £

Soon after starting Back to school the leaves start to change colour & fall from the trees. The darker mornings arrive and the colder months lay ahead. These are the months that I give my children money for their school meals. I would much prefer them to have a warm meal during school, during the colder months, than at any other time. So being sent this Now you see me wallet, with a cool space theme on it, it’ll keep any dinner money I give them, safe. RRP £8.50

It has all the compartments you could ever need in a wallet, as well as a section to write your name and class {or your address} if you were to ever lose it.  

Lastly, what are you going to carry all of this in? That’s right, a backpack and I have never seen a more beautiful backpack, than this Fluffy Junior Meow backpack. And to quote Agnes from Despicable Me, “IT’S SO FLUFFY!”.

This backpack is, in my book, the backpack of dreams. The straps are padded {Kudos for that, Smiggle}. It has 3 zipped compartments as well as having dual water bottle compartments. The inner compartment fits an A4 backpack {to get an idea of the size} and it also has scented ears! It really is beautiful. RRP £36

You can check out the Smiggle Back to School range over on their website – I’d love to know if you have a favourite! We love everything we have been sent for the kids going back to school and yes, this brand is on the expensive side – that’s clear to see. However, everything feels very durable and looks like a great quality product. I think the next school term will put them properly to the test – so I’ll keep you posted on that!

Smiggle has a few Back to school offers on, such as 40% off & mix & match 3 items for £5. So, do check them out if your child is a Smiggle fan!

Disclosure: We were kindly sent the above products in return for an honest review. All thoughts, photos & opinions are entirely my own. 

How To Get The Best Deals @ Smiggle

Discounts, multibuys and more special offers to save on Smiggle stationery and gifts

Kids love Smiggle, but at full price it’s an expensive store to get your school supplies. Luckily they have lots of deals on right now, so you can still get those fun, bright stationery items but with super savings. Here’s our guide to the best Smiggle special offers.

For a limited time only standard delivery is free on orders of £25 or more.

Smiggle Sale: Up To 65% Off + Extra 40% Off

The Smiggle sale* has some mega bargains with up to 65% off, plus an extra 40% has been taken off as well, so prices start at just 30p! This Giggle by Smiggle Backpack* is now just £7. 20 (was £15), this Seek Hardtop Pencil Case* is just £5.40 (was £12.50), and this huge Fun Mega Activity Bundle* is now £27 (was £67.50!) This offer is for a limited time and while stocks last.

Up To 63% Off Back To School Bundles

Need to grab some new school supplies for the kids? Smiggle have up to 63% off selected Back To School bundles*. That means 4 piece bundles from just £20 with a backpack, lunchbag, bottle and pencil case included! Add in the free delivery when you spend £25 and there are some great bargains to be had here. This offer is for a limited time only, and while stocks last.

Up To 60% Off 200 Fan Faves

Even non-sale items have some big savings at Smiggle right now, as there’s up to 60% off 200 Fan Faves*! This includes backpacks, lunchbags, pencil cases, notepads, erasers, gifts and lots more. This offer is due to end on Monday 1st March, though it may be extended if we’re lucky – fingers crossed!

Smiggle Weekly Hot Offers

Smiggle run Weekly Hot Offers* with new deals on selected items each for 7 days only. Right now these include savings on back to school supplies, play sand, headphones and night lights, but each week a different set of goodies will be reduced.

20% Off Your Order With Email Sign-Up

If you’re not already signed up to the Smiggle email newsletter, get signed up now, as they’ll send you a code for 20% off your next full-price order. You’ll also be the first to know about their special offers and new product launches.

Smiggle Delivery Options

Smiggle usually offer free standard delivery on orders over £50 (though there are often promotions with free delivery on £30+ orders), with charges from £4.99 on smaller orders, and it takes 3 – 6 working days. Express Delivery costs £5.99 and cuts the delivery time to 1 – 3 working days.

Abandon all hope, ye who enter Smiggle

The glamorous but high-pressure life of an Idealog writer can mean long hours. I don’t mind really – I love my job after all – but the long working days can sometimes mean that I don’t get to spend as much time with the kids as I’d like.

So it often happens that, on the weekends when I’m looking to make up for lost time, I’m willing to spend a little bit more money than I otherwise would, willing to give the kids a cheap thrill at a store of their choosing, all in the interests of getting the most bang for buck from our time together.

Last weekend was one of those weekends, so we found ourselves, once again, at the mall.

Ahh, the mall. How I hate it. The soulless sterility of it all, the food is always terrible and it’s always full of people who don’t cover their mouths when they cough.

Nevertheless, the children, and my wife, seem to enjoy it well enough, so I’m usually willing to go with the flow ­– some of the time – if only in the interests of playing happy families.

And so it was last weekend. We were just leaving the food court and I was kicking myself for once again having been sucked in by the Chinese buffet ­– a classic mistake I seem to make again and again. Having had more than my fill of sweet and sour something or other and now digesting a large side of self-loathing, we were making our way towards the exit, when we rounded a corner only to be confronted by the most retina-blasting shop façade I’ve ever seen.

Seemingly overnight a new chain store had popped up, shocking in its garishness, all lurid pinks and purples. (These colours, I now believe, serve as a warning to unwary mall-shufflers like myself, in a similar fashion to those Amazonian frogs that display their toxicity via striking but deadly conspicuous colour-markers).

I shielded my eyes, as one would from the light of an oncoming train, and read the sign above door: ‘Smiggle’.

The name didn’t ring a bell or give any clue as to what the store might sell, and neither did the shop-front, really. From a branding perspective however, these guys were going all in.

If branding could be described as ‘aggressive’, Smiggle would sit somewhere between a bull terrier wearing a leather jacket and a boxing glove made of live bees. Their stores are day-glo explosions of pastel colour, so intensely committed to their on-brand shtick that the little details, such as what they actually sell, seems to be, at very best, an afterthought.   

My kids didn’t know what Smiggle sold either, and they didn’t seem to care one iota, because seconds later I was dragged by the wallet into the gapping maw of this technicolour abomination.

Once inside, the dazzling colours only intensified, but I could, at least, now see just what was being peddled – which was a whole lot of nothing at all.

Let me explain.  

Smiggle describes itself as the “world’s hottest stationery brand” and I suppose, in some sense, that’s accurate: it’s all heavily-branded pens, pencils, rubbers, lunch boxes and the like, displayed in a way that makes the whole thing look like the demon love-child of a Hello Kitty marketing meeting and the guy who orders stuff for the $2 Shop; a temple to the worst of our consumer instincts, commodity fetishism made literal, the utter triumph of style over substance.

If you’ve ever bought an item of stationery just because you were bored, stay the hell out of Smiggle.   

I was thinking these fancy thoughts, and I flattered myself that my wife might like to hear them, maybe something along the lines of how, in places like this, the relationship between the consumer object and its means of production are purposefully denied to obscure the huge social injustices on which the whole system operates; or perhaps how retail display is often grotesquely fetishized, imbuing worthless plastic junk with a totemic value it could never actually possess; or perhaps how these pretty, useless trinkets are presented in such a way so as to provoke an impulse to buy that is almost irresistible but completely disembodied from the actual item being purchased.

You know, that sort of thing.

My pontificating was not to be however, because by now my family had deserted me and were going ape-shit for all things Smiggley.

My daughter dived into the pens, my son into the schoolbags. My wife muttered something about starting to collect novelty erasers again.

Abandon all hope, ye who enter Smiggle.

The children had found shopping baskets – baskets! There ought to be some kind of law about that – and spent the next 15 minutes filling them without an economic care in world.

In one corner of the store my daughter was dropping boxes of Smiggle-brand AA batteries (2 packs for $5) into her basket like she was picking apples. My son spied a display of eraser gumball machines ($23) across the store and made his own move. I reached out to restrain him, but he slid out of my grasp and was gone.

Children, it seems, are faster than they look when they’re in a Smiggle store. 

I shot the girl behind the counter a pleading look that I hoped said something along the lines of ‘How do you people sleep?’ She shrugged in a way that seemed to say ‘We get a lot of that look here’.

Seconds felt like minutes and minutes felt like an eternity and soon I’d had as much as I could take.

“Alright kids,” I said, in an unexpectedly calm voice I’m actually still quite proud of, “now it’s time to go.”

The kids, intuiting that they had just pulled off the greatest robbery of their short lives actually obeyed and willingly presented their baskets to me, the Man with the Iron Wallet.

“Why are you sweating, Daddy?”

“Daddy doesn’t feel well,” I said in an upbeat manner, smiling through gritted teeth.

We went up to the counter. The young lady behind the register gave me a look I’d seen only once before – as my GP was snapping on a rubber glove – and she rang up the bill.

And I paid. Oh, how I paid. Quarter of an hour in Smiggle had cost me about the same as a dinner for two in a decent restaurant, but it was over at least.

Bags in hand, we were ejected back into the real world. My little consumers looked spent, satisfied in their looting, and I was very much in need of a lie down.

I read somewhere that neither BMW dealers nor drug pushers go out of business during a recession. Something tells me Smiggles don’t either.

Later that night, as I was tucking my daughter into bed, I noticed that two of the Smiggle pens I had so recently paid good money for ($20 for two) had made their way out of their Smiggle pencil case ($35) and across the bed to join the other flotsam that lives in perpetuity between her trundle bed and the wall. (I’ve never been accused of being a clean freak and neither have my children).

“What was the favourite thing you got from Smiggle today, sweetheart?” I asked, a loaded question if ever there was one.

“I don’t even remember what I bought,” she laughed. Daddy gnashed his teeth and turned out the light. 

As a species we are terrible at judging the value of things in the heat of the purchase-moment, and retail stores are designed to exploit this fact. What percentage of the junk we buy comes down to the fact that our impulse to possess can be manipulated to trump our better instincts to only possess what we actually want?

This is a question I ask myself often, and it may make me an absolute misery to go shopping with, but I don’t end up with an expensive pile of junk I don’t want either.

But maybe I should just take a puff on my inhaler. Kids are kids and they’ll learn their own lessons in their own time. And who am I to judge? I may not be particularly attracted to nicely decorated, overpriced stationery, but I’ve certainly made plenty of terrible economic decisions in my time. Hell, today is payday and I’m thinking of making one right now, so I suppose one wallet-dashing trip to Smiggle isn’t really that big of a deal.

We all deserve a harmless thrill once in a while, and I suppose that’s all Smiggle really is.

Not a cheap thrill, mind you, but a harmless one, and certainly a very, very empty one too.

Smiggle’s greatest hits:

The Smiggle Eraser Gumball Machine $23

The Smiggle Projector Pen $10

The Smiggle Soccer Money Box $35

The Smiggle Lockable Fluffy Note Diary $23

Smiggle-branded batteries 2 x $5

This article was originally published on Idealog.
90,000 from beginner to professional – FrequentFlyers.com

Travelers are often overcome with excitement before the flight. Will I see my things as I put them in my suitcase? And will I see them at all? These questions are of particular concern to those transporting valuable and fragile items. It is unlikely that someone will give you an exact answer, so if you are worried about the safety of your luggage, you should take matters into your own hands. Thule brand expert Viktor Postavnichev shares tips to help you protect your belongings as much as possible from damage and loss.

Start by packing correctly
The first rule of packing your luggage securely is to fill the entire space of your suitcase. So things will definitely not move from wall to wall, which means that the likelihood that they will be worn out, beaten or broken is significantly reduced. However, do not rush to fill your travel bag with unnecessary trash. The voids can be filled with newspapers – upon arrival, you will throw them away, and you will have a place for souvenirs. And try not to overload the suitcase with heavy things, because in most cases, when loading, employees will throw it from place to place, and the impact force depends on the weight and, as a result, the likelihood of damage.
The order in which things are folded is also important. Place heavy objects against the walls so that they do not damage lighter ones. Place really fragile items in the center and surround with soft clothing.
If possible, wrap glass bottles in thick cardboard. For this, for example, an old shoe box is suitable. Just cut out a piece of cardboard that is slightly longer than the bottle – to cover the bottom – and it should be wide enough to wrap the bottle at least twice.You can fasten the structure with ordinary tape.

Prepare “documentation”
This item will be especially useful for those who plan to transport valuable cargo. In fact, the safest thing to do is to take your things with you in your carry-on luggage – this way you can be sure that nothing will be damaged or lost. If the suitcase is sent as luggage, no one will give you a 100% guarantee of its safety. The best thing you can do in this case is to prepare documents that will help you to compensate for losses in case of trouble.
Minimum plan: take photos of the contents of the suitcase before the flight. This will make it easier for you to prove the loss, but the amount of compensation, if any, will remain at the discretion of the carrier. The next level of preparation is the preservation of sales receipts, which indicate the value of things. Now there will be no doubt that the broken vase really belonged to the Ming Dynasty, and was not bought in the local market.
You will have to pay extra for the maximum possible safety of things. One of the options is to check in valuable items in baggage with a declared value (however, not all airlines have such an option).To do this, you need to draw up a special document and pay the fee right at the airport, at the check-in counter. Thus, the airline assumes responsibility for the safety of the baggage and will be obliged to return the money to you in case of damage. Finally, it is best to take out insurance for especially valuable items.

Go trick

Do you want your luggage to be handled more carefully? During check-in, ask to attach a “Fragile” (fragile) sticker to the suitcase, maybe even on both sides, so that employees will notice exactly.Some airlines even load fragile cargo separately and place it in a special compartment.
The last tip is useful for those who are just planning to buy tickets. When choosing a transit flight, remember that it takes time for airport staff to transfer baggage from one aircraft to another. Therefore, it is advisable that the transfer lasts at least 1 hour – this way the luggage will be less likely to get lost.

If something still went wrong
Suppose all the precautions taken did not help, the baggage was still damaged, and you decided to contact the airline with a complaint.Remember that your claim has an expiration date. For domestic flights, you can, in any case, file a complaint with the carrier within six months of arrival.
More complex rules apply for external flights. If your baggage is damaged, you can file a claim no later than 14 days after receipt. If the baggage is delayed, the airline will accept the application within 21 calendar days from the date of receipt. In the event of a loss to file a complaint, you have 18 months from the date the baggage was scheduled to arrive.

90,000 Transfer files between iPad and computer

You can use iCloud Drive to keep your files synced and available across all your devices, including your Windows PC. You can also transfer files between iPad and other devices using AirDrop or by sending an email attachment.

An alternative way to transfer files for applications that support file export is to connect your iPad to your Mac (USB and OS X 10.9 or later) or a Windows PC (with USB and Windows 7 or later).

Transfer files between iPad and Mac

  1. Connect iPad to your Mac.

    You can establish a USB connection, or if you have Wi-Fi sync set up, you can use a Wi-Fi connection.

  2. From the Finder sidebar on your Mac, select your iPad.

    Note. To use Finder to transfer files, macOS 10 is required.15 or newer. If you have an earlier version of macOS installed on your computer, use iTunes to transfer files.

  3. At the top of the Finder window, click Files, then do one of the following:

    • Transfer from Mac to iPad. Drag one file or multiple selected files from the Finder window onto the application name in the list.

    • Transfer from iPad to Mac. Click the disclosure triangle next to an app name to view related files on iPad.Then drag the file to the Finder window.

To delete a file from iPad, select it in the list under the application name, press Command-Delete, then click Delete.

Transfer files between iPad and Windows PC

  1. Install the latest version of iTunes on your PC or upgrade to the latest version.

    See the Apple Support article Updating the iTunes App to the Latest Version.

  2. Connect iPad to Windows PC.

    You can establish a USB connection, or if you have Wi-Fi sync set up, you can use a Wi-Fi connection.

  3. In the iTunes app on your Windows PC, click the iPad button in the upper-left corner of the iTunes window.

  4. Click Shared Files, select an application from the list, then do one of the following.

    • Transfer file from iPad to computer. From the list on the right, select the file you want to transfer, click Save, select a location for the file, and click Save.

    • Transfer file from computer to iPad. Click Add, select the file you want to transfer, then click Add.

To delete a file from iPad, select the file, press the Delete key, then click Delete.

The file transfer starts without any delay. To view files transferred to iPad, go to the On iPad section of the Files app on your iPad. See View files and folders on iPad.

Important! Synchronization does not affect file transfers in any way. When you sync, files transferred to iPad are not synced with files on your computer.

See Transfer Files from Mac to iPhone or iPad in the macOS User Guide or Transfer Files between PCs and Devices with iTunes in the iTunes User Guide for Windows.

90,000 On the side of ISIS: Coalition airlifted militants in grain trucks

Combatable ISIS units (banned in Russia) moved from Syrian Raqqa to the middle of the Euphrates River valley.Such a confession was made by the head of the Pentagon, James Mattis, but did not specify how exactly the terrorists managed to get out of the encirclement. For him, journalists from the RT television company did it. The evacuation took place with the knowledge of the pro-American forces. Reporters found witnesses from among the coalition allies in the region, the so-called Syrian Democratic Forces, who not only told, but also showed how it all happened.

Outskirts of Raqqa. Grain trucks are passing by in the frame. There are six trucks in only one video, filmed with a phone.Each has 30-50 people. Most of their faces are covered with black kerchiefs.

“I saw ISIS fighters. They were traveling by buses. They had some luggage with them. They were heading towards Deir ez-Zor. I can only guess where they went next. Abu Kemal and Mayadin, “says one of the local residents.

Fighting was going on there – on November 21, at the time this recording was made. The Syrian army, with the support of the Russian military, finished off the militants who had fled from Deir ez-Zor.That is, it turns out that the Americans and their coalition allies have provided the bandits with a corridor so that they can safely relocate and continue to fight against the Syrian government. This video evidence was obtained by journalists from RT. What is especially valuable is that people with the patches of the Syrian Democratic Forces, which are supported by the United States, talk about ISIS fighters.

Several buses follow the trucks. Each has up to 50 people. As a result, only one shot got about a battalion, if measured by the scale of a regular army, that is, about 800 people.In fact, there were four times more of them.

BBC journalists also investigated and published it under the title “Rakka’s Dirty Secret”. According to them, it could be about the redeployment of more than four thousand ISIS members. A power that could turn the tide of hostilities at Deir ez-Zor. But she didn’t break it. Because the Syrian and Russian armies broke it earlier, without even allowing it to enter the battle.

If you call a spade a spade, the coalition almost openly sided with ISIS.This is also confirmed by one more fact. According to information available to the Syrian news agency SANA, the leaders of the Islamic State were taken by American helicopters from the province of Deir ez-Zor to Hasaku. There, on the territory controlled by the Kurdish militias, the Americans set up a camp, where they began to form new anti-government units from the terrorists. According to the same agency SANA, there were several such transfers by helicopter. Earlier, the existence of a terrorist training camp in the province of Al-Hasakah was also reported by the Russian Center for the Reconciliation of Warring Parties.They noted that US representatives in this camp have been training militants for the past six months.

90,000 Why not throw all the efforts of the developer on the fashionable theme of the coronavirus

  1. The topic will pass. And there will be huge competition. You will be one of many in a huge queue for support, investment and audience.
  2. Now everything will be done quickly, thoughtlessly, in a hurry, which will reduce the quality of decisions. At the same time, time will be lost that could be spent on constructive work with projects that are more understandable to the team and in which the team has the greatest expertise.
  3. All have retrained virologists, but the majority of them have superficial knowledge and insufficient to create an innovative project. The exception, of course, are those who are in the thick of things during a pandemic – their knowledge is invaluable.
  4. There is a lot of “noise” during a pandemic – useless and contradictory information based on unreliable sources and emotions. It is impossible to predict the course of events what will happen tomorrow – it is not clear to us, the situation is changing rapidly.It would be wrong to make decisions about creating an innovative product in the field of digital medicine based on such unverified information.
  5. The pandemic will pass, fears and expectations of a similar situation in the future will remain, but this can hardly be expected in the near future. It is still important for a business to have a constant sales channel, and not a seasonal unpredictable nature of demand for a product.
  6. As a rule, in such a difficult period, projects that have already worked, but may be less visible and in demand, or were created and were at the commissioning stage, show their efficiency.
  7. Haste is only needed when catching fleas. You shouldn’t expect a good result from projects created in a hurry!

The world will be under the impression left by the coronavirus for a long time to come. Isolation (self-isolation or quarantine – it doesn’t matter), remote work, remote services (including telemedicine), delivery – all this will leave its mark on future projects in the digital medicine sector.

Advice:

  1. Do not seek to do something during the period of self-isolation.
  2. Pay close attention to what is happening, study, check, do not fully trust.
  3. Work with sources, literature.
  4. Make plans for your startups for the future, when it becomes possible to implement them smoothly.
  5. Look for allies and companions.

Scientific editor of the EverCare.ru portal, Ph.D., urologist – Shaderkin Igor Arkadievich

Movers in Paradise add-on has been released for Moving Out

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Team17 , DevM Games and SMG Studio announced the release of the first add-on for their co-op game Moving Out . The add-on is called Movers in Paradise and will introduce users to an additional 10 arcade levels, new gameplay mechanics and four new fun characters to choose from, as well as new trophies and achievements.

The Movers In Paradise add-on will send users to Pakmore Island. Moving and staging things will take place in ancient ruins that hide priceless gems, shipwrecks teeming with treasures, and ziplines that speed up the movement of players.

With tons of colorful characters, eccentric environments and physics-based fun, Moving Out offers local multiplayer chaos for up to four players, challenging them to move items into a waiting moving van in no time.

Key Features:

  • Co-op on the couch: Players can either take part in Moving Out: Movers in Paradise alone or enlist the support of up to three friends in local multiplayer co-op gameplay as they figure out the fastest way to get items to the moving van.
  • Location, Location, Location: No move is too big, too small, or too weird.Work in sleepy suburbs, insane farms and haunted houses in the base game, or travel to the tropics in Movers in Paradise.
  • Physics: Need to go down stairs with big furniture? Gravity is F.A.R.T.’s best friend. Is the glass door in the way? Break through it. Throwing things over the railing will always be faster than carrying them on a long road
  • Character Customization: Choose from a list of movers ranging from humans to anthropomorphic animals and adaptations that can be adapted to the work being performed.
  • Aid Mode: Extended Time Limits, Skip Levels, and Hazard Elimination are just a few of the options available in Help Mode.
  • Accessibility Options – Dyslexia-friendly text, scalable UI, and reassignable keyboard controls on Steam make Moving Out as inclusive as possible.

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