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Guest post by Zoe Price If you’ve recently gotten into vaping, you’ll be well aware at how costly it can seem from the offset. Of course, it’s important to keep in mind that it’s generally cheaper than smoking, depending on how many cigarettes you smoked a day, of course. The...
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Guest post by Elvin Y Sanitization is one of the common terms heard during the present pandemic time. The majority of us sanitize homes and offices frequently to avoid the spread of infectious diseases. How often should we sanitize our homes and offices? The answer to the question generally varies from one...
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Guest post by Zoe Price Congratulations, the job of organising your work’s Christmas night out has fallen to you! This is no easy task and you need to get it just right. After a year of hard work, it might be just what the staff need. Here are some of...
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Guest post by Eva Wilson Autumn is the perfect time to refresh your wardrobe and spruce up your outfit. Whether you like to stick with what you know or are looking for something totally different, this article has top-notch ideas that will suit any taste. From clothing pieces to accessories,...
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Guest post by Robin Underwood Freelancers, creatives and small business owners living in London know how valuable and rare good real estate is. The housing and rental market in London is incredibly competitive. When the right house sale or rental comes on the market, moving quickly to snap it up...
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By Namra There is a popular saying that goes like, ‘It’s what on the inside that matters the most!’ Well, turns out, this saying (that was initially meant for a person’s heart!) is also true for several other things in real life, one example being your house or flat where...
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Guest post by Julia Evans At some point, you may get tired of how your home currently looks. While those in rented accommodation may be limited to the design changes they can make, homeowners might have a bit more flexibility. Depending on which category you fall into, you may want...
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Post by Ruban Selvanayagam London is a notoriously expensive place to live – and the capital seems to be gradually awakening from a post-pandemic slump, with average rental prices hitting £1,713 pcm – a rise of 3.6% – as of 6th September 2021. So what do you do if you...
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