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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 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 Georgia Anderson Whether you’re looking to guarantee having your perfect drink at hand or want to have more money to splurge on cuisine, London’s ‘bring your own beverage’ (BYOB) venues offer some fabulous options for dining out. From Indian and Persian to Asian and Italian, London is...
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Guest post by Seetal Rihal Whether you’re selling collectibles, old belongings and clothes, or products from your own business, it’s important to build — and maintain — a rating as an eBay seller. The higher your rating, the more trust your customers will have in your store, encouraging them to...
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Guest post by Leif Kristjansen When saving money online, patience is a tool stronger than any coupon code or flash sale could ever claim to be. Retailers are betting on each shopper’s eagerness to finish the checkout process as quickly as possible before an item’s availability goes poof. That means...
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Guest post by Beau Peters The idea of a cashless society is nothing new. As technology continues to advance, electronic payments are becoming more popular than ever. In 2020, however, getting rid of cash completely became more of a hot-button issue than ever, thanks to the impact of the COVID-19...
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Guest post by Paul Williamson Whether you are planning on renovating your home to increase the market value or simply to make it a more enjoyable place, doing home improvements can be a long and often expensive process. According to the 2020 Renovation Nation Report, homeowners in the UK spent...
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An online marketplace that lets you swap almost anything Guest post by Luca Poppi If you’ve never considered swapping your stuff before, this brand new platform might change your mind! Swaprs is an online marketplace that makes it easy to connect with others around you and exchange things you don’t...
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How can you help yourself when you haven’t enough money to get by? Blog post by Taylor Smith When trying so hard to make ends meet, and we understand just how hard that can be in today’s society; with more people relying on food banks, and more people than ever...
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