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How to Pass a Job Interview Successfully With No Work Experience in the UK

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How not to mess up at the first job interview? Guest post by Neal Davis If you ask any working professional living in London how their first interview was, they will narrate how nervous they were. Almost everyone gets nervous when attending a job interview. But, what matters most is how...
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How to Buy a London Property in The Brexit Market

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Buying property in the Brexit market? Guest post by Annie Button The weak pound and fluctuating foreign interest in property means that sales are slowing and fewer homeowners are putting their homes on the market, for fear they won’t reach their full potential. For current buyers, it means that finding...
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Top 5 Outdoor Gyms in London

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Hand-picked outdoor gyms in London By Lizzie Exton from Inspiring Interns Nothing beats a good workout, especially if you can enjoy some sunshine and fresh air at the same time.  Over the past few years there have been outdoor gyms popping up all over the country, with obstacle courses and exercise machines...
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7 Tips for Flat-Hunting in London

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Looking for a flat in London? Guest post by Annie Button The process of buying a new home is stressful at the best of times. Adding the competitive, high-priced nature of the capital’s housing market into the mix only makes it more so. If you’re looking for a flat in London...
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The Importance Of Budgeting With a Young Family

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Budgeting for Young Families By Debbie Fletcher There’s no doubt about it, having children is a life-changing experience. Your responsibilities and priorities will shift instantly as soon as that tiny person enters the world. There are many areas where you’ll find you need to make a change, but the biggest...
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2018 Open City Documentary Festival

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Getting More Life Out Of The Short Form: Short Docs at Open City Documentary Festival By Matt Turner There’s no set time that a story should last. Some tales take a lifetime to tell, and others can be best told in six words or less. Yet in film, often the...
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The Best Ethiopian Restaurants to be Found in London

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5 of the best, most reasonably priced Ethiopian restaurants in London By Lizzie Exton Ethiopian cuisine is set to be ‘The Next Big Thing’, with some amazing national dishes to sink your teeth into.  From spicy stews to mouth-watering flatbreads, Ethiopian cooking has something to suit every palate and there are...
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Where To Move To In London (On A Graduate Salary)

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The most affordable London boroughs for graduates in 2018 By Henna Patel You’ve just graduated, and you’re about to embark on your first graduate job in England’s lively, multicultural, and busting capital, London. Firstly, congratulations! You made it through all those draining application forms, difficult interviews, psychometric tests, and now you’re...
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5 Easy Ways to Stay Fit & Healthy For Less in London

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Get fit quick without breaking the bank by Student Money Saver London is a cool place to live, but it’s expensive and polluted. A healthy lifestyle in the capital demands money, for the right foods and gym subscriptions. But don’t despair, there are ways to avoid paying out for keeping fit!...
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6 British Money and Financial Blogs You Should Be Reading

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Looking to expand your personal finance reading list? Guest post by Annie Button Whether you are about to make a big financial decision in your life or you would just like to make some savings around the house, it is natural to want discover the best course of action. There is actually...
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