Blog Archives - Page 2 of 76 - Broke in London


Blog

Guest post by Barry Gray Let’s get honest here, London is an expensive place to live. By that, I don’t just mean the cost of buying a home or the cost of renting. It seems as if everything is more expensive there than anywhere else in the UK and almost...
Read More
Guest post by Adam Richman London is well known for its pubs, and for many people visiting the capital, when the sun goes down it’s the first port of call. The Great British pub is what many rave about, particularly in the USA, but there is so much more to...
Read More
Guest post by Deepshikha Katuri London is one of the world’s busiest cities, with people rushing to board buses and trains while navigating congested streets. An exchange program in such a big city can be scary, but you shouldn’t feel that way! We’re here to give you tips to make...
Read More
Guest post by Zoe Price If there is any one field that is literally crying for help, it would be hospitality and leisure, in every position imaginable. After 3+ years of covid concerns and restrictions, people are just ready to live a normal life once again. For this reason, it...
Read More
Guest post by Rebecca Lee Everyone knows the feeling of being caught unprepared for an unexpected expense. Whether a blown tire or a sudden illness, those unexpected costs can quickly add up and leave you struggling to make ends meet. That’s where a rainy day fund comes in. By setting...
Read More
Guest post by Lauren Cordell Student car insurance is often costlier. Its premium costs over £1,000 on average, while UK drivers only pay an average of £470. Depending on your university and car type, it could be much more expensive. Generally, there are two main reasons why it’s a bit...
Read More
Guest post by Kumar Changing residences is something we all dread. What should be a thrilling moment filled with excitement and anticipation of promising new opportunities can easily become a burdensome one. Many of us consider it a luxury to hire a professional removal company with a good reputation. However,...
Read More
Guest by Zoe Price Buying a new car is a huge purchase. It can take years of saving to afford your next vehicle. Not everybody has the luxury of being able to purchase a car when they want, so it is important to think of ways to help you buy...
Read More
Guest post by Jay Stone The gaming business often takes an established concept and gives it a fresh spin. This is because the currently available technology enables a more contemporary game design or an improvement in the production quality from year to year. If you are in your mid-twenties to...
Read More
Guest post by Zoe Price More and more of us are incorporating workout routines and training schedules into our daily lives. Staying fit and healthy is absolutely vital, it promotes clean living and positive mental health. However, when working out ourselves or with friends, it can be easy to slip...
Read More