6 top tips for travelling to busy cities

Visiting a busy city can be a particularly overwhelming and difficult experience if you aren’t prepared. There are many ways to make it much easier for yourself. Here are six top tips for travelling to busy cities. Don’t overpack A city break doesn’t need a big suitcase. Try and condense your packing into a smaller, more manageable and less stressful bag or holdall. It’ll make transporting it through the airport into the city much easier, and won’t have you overwhelmed in choosing what to wear during your stay. Make sure you plan out your outfits for your trip before you…

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Prepare your car for Summer Road Trips – MOT

Summer is well and truly underway and most of us have road trips planned. I am yet to meet a person who doesn’t enjoy road trips with family and friends. Personally, I am not too keen on being the driver but happy to alternate and always enjoy family road trips. But before we can jump into the car and be off to our destination, it is important to make sure you’ve prepared the car. One thing that can ruin a road trip is the car breaking down on the motorway. Yes, there are plenty of companies that can tole your car…

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Get the Wedding You Want

Image Credit: Unsplash Getting married is a beautiful thing but it can also be stressful. This is probably the biggest event you will ever have to manage and trying to figure out the best way to finance the day and get everything you want may take it out of you. But instead of getting into a tizz, and panicking about how to match your wedding band to your engagement ring or stressing about the food, here is a quick guide to getting your priorities straight. Decide What You Really Want The first thing you should do is decide what you…

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Celebrity Style and Office Chair

One of the most incredible things about having Flexi work option at my day job is I can work from home. Often I spend a few times a week working from home and also on weekends working on my blogs. Because I can work from home I thought I invest into a home office in my rented apartment. But being limited on space and funds has left me with tough decisions. Regardless I am able to function as best as I can, but I still have a long home office wish list. One thing that prompted me to share this…

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Improving Your Vision This Year

Our vision is one of the most important senses we have. It allows us to view colour and appreciate art, it allows us to see the faces of the people we love, and it allows us to read stories and immerse ourselves in different worlds. You might think that our eyesight is a sense which will deteriorate on its own over time with nothing that we can do, but this isn’t the case. In fact, there are plenty of ways that you can improve your vision this year to ensure you can enjoy the little things in life for longer.…

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8 Great Home Business Ideas to Try in 2018

If you’ve been looking for a way to make some extra money but spending more time away from home just isn’t feasible, you’re in luck. The digital world has made it much easier for today’s ambitious individuals to work from home without much stress. While you will need to sort your own self-employment taxes out, the benefits of earning an extra income definitely make up for the extra work. To help launch your strategy for a side-business in 2018, we’ve put together our list of the best things to try this year. Remember, these are specifically chosen because you can…

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Explore England This Summer

The May Bank Holiday marks the start of summer, and for many people enjoying the sun, they’ll be getting itchy feet wanting to explore the best of the UK – maybe even packing the car with a tent and going camping, summer is a great time to explore the great outdoors and take advantage of the wonderful nature this country offers. Today, most people head abroad for their holidays but with the weakened pound many people are choosing to holiday at home this year and explore this often unappreciated country. This article aims to uncover some of the best destinations…

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Keeping Down Car Costs: How Can It Be Done?

Our cars give us so much freedom, but there’s no denying how expensive they are. For most of us, our cars are a big drain on our finances with a large part of our monthly budget going towards them. While the costs are unavoidable, there are definitely things you can do to help keep them down. Here are a few ideas. Image source Research Before You Buy When you’re buying a car you have lots of boxes to tick. Chances are you want a car within a certain age range, a particular style, the right safety features and much more.…

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Interiors Not Passing The Test? Perhaps You’re Asking The Wrong Questions

When it comes to getting our houses the way we want, most of us opt for traditional methods. We head to the store and come home with reels of tester wallpaper and endless tiny pots of paint. We stick, slick, and slime our walls to get some idea of how each style would work. And, even after that, some of us struggle to get a decent idea. Let’s be honest; a tester strip of paint in the corner is rarely judgement enough whether it would work in the whole room. What’s more, you then have to put up with a…

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Health, Finance, and Self: 3 Things All Adults Should Know

Credit A lot is said online about “adulting”, and most of it is unpleasant. If you were to believe the online memes, being an adult is a non-stop unpleasant slog that means you spend your life flitting from one responsibility to the next, but you can’t remember the last time you had any fun. This isn’t quite true (thankfully!). While adulting can be difficult and irritating at times, it has its upsides; for one thing, adulthood is the time in your life when you’re fully self-determined and able to make your own decisions. Sure, the things you learn as an…

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