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Guest post by John Smith Moving to London as a student can be daunting and exciting in the same breath.  We’ve put together a brief guide to help you prepare for living in London. Follow this 5-step checklist that includes travelling in London, the different areas to live, student self-storage...
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Guest post by Orgest Bushati For small and simple projects, “do it yourself” may work. For complex and risky projects, call a professional. This advice is given by Junk Bunk rubbish removal London, the waste disposal company in London, for those homeowners who want to undertake a renovation. Something is...
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Guest post by Chris Cullen The Lebanese have always been prideful of their cuisine. They have generations of unique recipes passed down from one to the other. Nowadays, you will find Lebanese restaurants packed full of people looking to enjoy delicious recipes with unique spices across the globe. This is...
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“Silver linings”. Born out of hunger for live events straight after lockdown, the Islington Festival is returning to some iconic venues that the North London Borough has to offer. The Festival prides itself on being able to offer FREE tickets to most concerts for young people aged 8 to 25,...
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Guest post by Lauren Cordell Food is always a concern when travelling on a budget. It’s already hard to figure out how to afford three meals a day on top of your other travel expenses, yet food costs easily add up when you’re away from home! The good news is,...
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Guest post by John Lawson Many working people between 25-35 purchase homes as soon as they qualify for a mortgage. Many individuals make purchases later in life. They may be looking for alternatives to pay the rest of their debt and the equity release companies to avoid when remortgaging. What...
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Guest post by Rebekka Venter for StudentJob UK “There is a first time for everything”, right? Right. But just because there is a first time for everything, doesn’t take away from the fact that first interviews can be extremely daunting. Whether this is your first ever job interview, or simply...
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Guest post by Dennis Lodge If you have chosen to read this article, you probably already experienced the fact that London job hunting is a competitive endeavour. To live up to this competition, you should shake off the dust from your resume. Continue reading and you will know the best...
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Guest post by Katerina Francis-Duma The Jubilee is upon us, (God save the happy and glorious bank holiday) and who doesn’t like an extra day off? This four-day weekend is the perfect opportunity to try a slightly more advanced recipe than you usually might, and we have just the dishes...
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Guest post by Jordan Fuller Golf is known to be a gentleman and gentlewoman’s game, but it also has a reputation of being a “rich people’s” sport… Which is far from the truth! While you may have to spend a little on good golf clubs, playing a fun round on...
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