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Guest post by Skiddle Staff Everyone knows London isn’t exactly the cheapest place on Earth. It can be pretty boujee, to say the least. But being a student is all about living off Pot Noodles, scraping by on pennies, and, obviously, going out as often as possible, which can be...
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Guest post by Jesse Hughes For most people hair is an important part of their appearance. It’s why billions are spent every year of haircuts and hair products. The truth is that it’s more than just about looking good. Research shows that when your hair looks good you feel more...
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Guest post by John Avanti Travel insurance can be a bit of a minefield. When you start searching for a policy online, you’re quickly confronted with hundreds of options from dozens of different providers. You run into terms like single trip travel insurance, multi-trip insurance, annual insurance, medical travel insurance…...
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Guest post by Greg Perry Motorists across the UK have been struggling to balance the books for some time, with an ever-rising cost of fuel alongside the ever-painful bite of insurance premiums. But the last two years have knocked difficulty into fifth gear, with the value of second-hand vehicles skyrocketing...
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Post by Niamh O’Reilly Environmental awareness isn’t just a trend, it’s a movement that is changing the health of our planet for the better. Influencers and environmental activists such as David Attenborough and Greta Thunberg are the driving forces behind positive environmental action and are inspiring generations young and old...
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Guest post by Greg Perry London is one of the most important cities in the Western hemisphere, a global centre for business and a beacon of culture to boot. While it is a 24-hour, all-year city, it well and truly springs to life in the summer months. That liveliness is...
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Guest post by Steph King Money invested in your home tends to be money wisely spent. Renovations will not only improve your quality of life and that of your co-habitants; they’ll also add to the value of the property, and thereby pay for themselves in the long-term. In some cases,...
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Guest post by Greg Perry Google Chrome is by far the most used internet browser on the planet, with over 40% of the global population using it to surf. So many people use it for everyday things, such as shopping, banking, and other important tasks. This can make Chrome a...
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Guest post by Craig Daniel It’s hardly a newsflash – the world has suddenly, over the past couple of years, adopted a remote-first approach. It would be fair to say that the initial reaction amongst employees was largely positive. After all, what’s better than rolling out of bed and into...
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