Elegance and Class in the form of men’s jewelry

Elegance and Class in the form of men’s jewelry

From the beginning of civilization, jewellery has been an important part of self-expression. Women have experimented over the years with various styles and bold choices. For men, the choice has been more restricted and conventional in terms of tradition. However, the wave of change regarding men’s jewellery and people’s perception is hitting the globe right…

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5 Tips to Organising a Holiday Abroad for Your Extended Family

5 Tips to Organising a Holiday Abroad for Your Extended Family

As an expat couple, we dream of the day when we can bring all of our family together in one spot. With our family living scattered throughout the US, on the continent, and in different places in the UK we yearn for a reunion to rival all others. That’s exactly why I have been searching…

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Why Getting Engaged is a Memory That Should Be Preserved

Why Getting Engaged is a Memory That Should Be Preserved

Your engagement. It’s said to be one of the most memorable moments in your love life. Whether you are proposed to (or are the one doing the proposing) in public with all your friends and family gathered around or opt for a more intimate affair solely between the couple, getting engaged is a moment worth…

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Going to University? Where Should You Live?

Going to University? Where Should You Live?

It is official, you have just passed your A-Levels and are all set to get ready for university. There is a lot to think about when making this transition of a simple high school student to a university student. Whilst you may be thinking about the course you are about to undertake, or the social…

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What do builders need to look for when buying materials?

What do builders need to look for when buying materials?

I’ve seen so many people going from amateurs to pros in different fields – blogging, cooking, and even those DIY enthusiasts that have made the leap from hobby renovators to the building trade. If you’re looking to make the change yourself and be a builder or renovator then this guest post is just perfect for…

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The Rise of Smart Homes + Why It’s Good Financially

The Rise of Smart Homes + Why It’s Good Financially

Smart homes have played a role in futuristic films for so long that they became ubiquitous with wealth and the technologically brilliant. However, smart homes are no longer just stuff of fiction – they’re with us today and embedding themselves into our lives. Whether it’s underfloor heating trade supplies, speaker developers or home security experts,…

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How to Ask Your Employer For Education and Training Funding

How to Ask Your Employer For Education and Training Funding

Many people feel that they could add significant value to their professional role if they had the right education and training. But that doesn’t always translate into those people feeling that they can talk to their employer. Especially if it means asking them for funding.  For many, the idea of their employer funding education or…

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5 Simple Tips for Surviving a Business Trip

5 Simple Tips for Surviving a Business Trip

The number of business travelers continues to increase, with some of the latest statistics revealing that well over a half-million took a business trip in 2016. Having to suffer through potentially long flight delays, cramped hotel rooms, jet lag and possibly enduring all that time in close quarters with co-workers and your boss, isn’t exactly…

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Apps to Help You Pass Your Driving Test

Apps to Help You Pass Your Driving Test

Once you have got used to the feeling of being behind the wheel of a moving car during your first few driving lessons (did anyone else feel 30mph was way faster the first time they started driving than when they were a passenger?) you’ll find that you become more relaxed in your lessons. You get…

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The Most Iconic and Creative World War One Posters

The Most Iconic and Creative World War One Posters

This year is a landmark year, as we reach a century since the end of World War One. From 1914 to 1918, this conflict embroiled most of Europe — along with Russia, the US and the Middle East — and is considered one of the bloodiest ever, with approximately 35 million casualties. The sense of…

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