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Guest post by Harry Wilson Owning your sweet nursery filled with color and sprightliness does sound like a perfect home décor idea. However, there can be a shift in the flowering species which can become a part of your mini garden.  You can indulge in these gorgeous ornamental flowerets i.e.,...
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Guest post by Glenn Anderson London is one of the most prominent educational cities in the world. Thousands of students, including international students, graduate from renowned universities in London. The academic framework in the city is state-of-the-art and is a matter of pride for the residents. It is a rare...
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Guest post by Matto Mariotti, photographer and co-founder of Megazine The Information Age has connected us like never before, providing endless encounters in the digital sphere. Yet, paradoxically we have never been so far apart from each other.  Megazine is a London zine that brings together 40 local artists, giving...
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Guest post by Denys Lobusov Nowadays, a wide range of products is available in the markets for construction projects, interior, and exterior applications. The chipboard sheets are one among them that provides several advantages. They are available in different sizes and thicknesses that involve recycled papers, wood, and other materials....
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As the film industry eagerly opens up, one festival has been busy organising for their September comeback and spotlighting the young filmmakers who have continued to create during the pandemic. An industry that’s been unfunded, encouraged to reskill, yet entirely been relied upon to keep us busy during lockdown, festivals...
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Guest pot by Sharon Matthews There is a good chance that you’ve thought about hardwood flooring when buying or selling a home. If you want to increase the value of your house, hardwood floors are a great addition. However, hardwood floors are often prohibitively expensive. Some strategies for having hardwood...
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Guest post by Laura Bill Are you nearing the end of your university degree and unsure of your next steps? An internship could be the next stage in your professional journey. Finding a job in the real world can be a struggle – especially without the relevant experience when finishing...
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Guest post by Stuart Haggas Foreign travel is not without its drawbacks at this moment in time, which is why so many of us have spent this summer at home. For those yearning for a bit of international colour and culture, the month-long CASA Festival brings a whole lot of...
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Guest post by Liz Mcarty There is nothing worse than a major fail on your MOT test – that is, unless it is a fail for minor reasons that you could have sorted had you merely thought about them! That irritation, however, is easy to avoid if you think ahead....
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Guest post by John D London is undoubtedly one of the most famous places in the world. This vibrant city has so much to offer in terms of stunning architecture, its immersive history, mouth-watering food, show stopping entertainment, vibrant atmosphere, and even the odd celebrity browsing the supermarket aisles (well,...
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