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This past year has left Londoners starved for live music and performance. As everything starts to open up again, audiences are hungry for live music, but with so many regulations and tickets booked out months in advance, it can be almost impossible to find something cultural to do this summer....
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Guest post by Laura Mitchell-Hall When you apply for any sort of loan or finance, you will usually need to pass a credit check in order to get accepted. That’s why it’s a great idea to keep on top of your credit score. Your credit score is an indicator of...
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By Gabrielle Boucher Most backpackers have at least one thing in common: they want to see the world without spending a fortune. And believe it or not, this goal is easy to achieve with the right mindset! Traveling can be very affordable when you bypass the luxury hotels, first-class plane...
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Guest post by Kumar Work tools / Hand tools are extremely important for day-to-day tasks. Humans have utilised them since ancient times to perform a variety of important activities. Hand tools come in a variety of shapes and sizes and may be used for a variety of tasks. Some tools...
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Guest post by Peter Johnson There are no two ways about it: London is an expensive city to live in, just like many other capital cities. That doesn’t mean you have to pay top dollar for everything you do. Although moving in the city is an expensive affair, smart planning...
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Guest post by Hannah OK, breathe. Deep breaths. Relax. Packing to move house isn’t too stressful if you give yourself the time to pack and approach it in an organised manner. That’s where we come in with our excellent guide on how to pack for moving house. With great packing...
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Guest post by Simon O’Toole Get TEFL certified! Whether you decide on a Level 5 or 120-hour course, the key is to get your TEFL certificate. A 120-hour course is the minimum requirement for most teaching jobs. The Level 5 course takes 168 hours because it may offer a more...
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Guest post by Ana Cerovski from KitchenToast Croatian cuisine is known for its diversity and thanks to that, it presents a great place for foodies and explorers of new flavors, aromas, and nuances. But regardless of what you may think, Croatian traditional dishes are actually quite easy, simple, and budget-friendly...
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Guest post by Amelya Cliff Sometimes being a foodie is tough. Who doesn’t want to spend thousands on the best restaurants, to bask in the light of a Michelin-star cuisine? The problem is, most of us just can’t afford that. The truth of the matter is that living in a...
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Guest post by Reema There are all sorts of different situations that can occur over the course of everyday life that can put us under a substantial amount of stress, and cause negative side-effects with regards to both our health, and our ability to maintain a thriving sense of well-being....
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