Category: Lifestyle

How to fill a skip properly

Posted on: January 14, 2021

We all have a load of rubbish to get rid of, or so it seems and sometimes the hiring of a skip is the only way that we can do that. However, the depth and size of the skip is not finite and there are ways and means that you…

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Are you printing too much?

Posted on: January 5, 2021

At one point in the twentieth century there was a dream formed. It’s usually about the 1950’s when the optimism of the end of the Second World War was still strong and the new advances in technology and social improvements seemed to be paving the way for a Golden Age.…

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Kitting out the Homeworker

Posted on: December 17, 2020

Many of us have suddenly found that we are thrust into the exciting world of working from home. There are huge benefits to this such as an improved work life balance, no need for a commute (helping with our mental health and the environment) and the fact that homeworkers are…

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Eating for wellbeing at university

Posted on: November 26, 2020

Is it feasible to eat healthily when at work? believe it or not and it is better than you imagine. When you are busy drinking and working intensely, you don’t want to be stressed over your diet. You need to keep your immune system running properly while you’re away from…

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Three Ways a Vegan Diet Benefits your Body

Posted on: November 25, 2020

Eating vegan has never been easier, and as well as having great benefits for the planet, here are some amazing benefits that it will also have on your body by switching to vegan foods… Image Credit Eating a vegan diet is a great way to lose weight in a healthy…

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What is the difference between a park home and a bungalow?

Posted on: November 24, 2020

As retirement advances, anybody looking to downsize from the family home has historically preferred a bungalow as their next reasonable investment, but park homes have become more common, and have emerged as an option worth considering.   There are some important differences between buying a bungalow and a park home…

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Essential Clothes to Stay Warm This Winter

Posted on: November 19, 2020

If you are looking to buy yourself some essential clothing this winter season, you may need to spend a bit of money on these things to get the best quality. If you do not want to be caught out in the cold weather during the wintertime, you should always take…

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Some of the Reasons Why all Businesses Need to Use PR

Posted on: November 7, 2020

Public relations, or PR as it is better known is something that every business should be using. Whatever industry you are in, PR is one of those things that will significantly help your business, and many PR agencies work with specific business sectors, such as this food PR agency Leapfrog…

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Planning your Perfect Extension

Posted on: November 3, 2020

When you just need an extra bit of space in your home, building an extension is a great idea. Whether you want to grow your family, or need more living space, an extension can not only improve your daily life but can add a lot of value to your home.…

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A great bit of glass

Posted on: September 30, 2020

One of the most amazing bits of glass that you will ever see is set in the east facing wall of Gloucester Cathedral. It is the huge stained glass window that was added to the Cathedral after the death of Edward the Second. The area was a bit dreary and…

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Could your family afford to live if you were to die suddenly?

Posted on: September 29, 2020

How does your family pay for your funeral expenses and household bills if you died suddenly and unexpectedly? Thankfully, a life insurance policy can help pay for your funeral expenses and cover bills so that if anything unexpected happens, your family will have money on hand. There are many different…

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An Agricultural University with a Royal seal of approval

Posted on: September 28, 2020

Image credit   The Royal Agricultural University (or Agricultural College as it was previously known) is one of the oldest agricultural educational establishments in the Gloucestershire area and it has a long proud past that spans over 175 years. Although it does not have the amount of students that attend…

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Exploring Derbyshire – The Plague Village of Eyam

Posted on: September 15, 2020

For those who like to get out and explore, the Peak District in Derbyshire is a dream come true. Armed with walking maps, there is plenty to see and do as you roam the beautiful countryside taking in waterfalls, stunning scenery and of course the odd pub lunch here and…

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How Technology has Helped us in 2020

Posted on: September 7, 2020

Over the last few months, even those of us who don’t use much modern technology have found that we have had to adapt a little. We are lucky enough to live in a world where, despite being separated from our friends and family, modern technology allows us to speak to…

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Keeping warm in your home in winter

Posted on: September 7, 2020

When you get to September and the summer months draw to a close you can start to feel the steady advance of winter make its way through the Autumn. It’s reminding you that it’s time to think about how you’re going to heat the home this winter. One thing that…

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How to seal a shipping container

Posted on: August 28, 2020

When sending items via shipping container, you want to be sure that your items are securely stowed. All shipping containers must legally have at least one seal; however, with a wide range of seals available, how do you choose the best seal for your container? Image Credit Types of seal…

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The remarkable Gloucester Cathedral

Posted on: August 12, 2020

Built around 628 to 629 AD Gloucester Cathedral is one of the most remarkable buildings ever constructed. It is a testament to the belief in the glory of God that people held in at the time. It would have dominated the skyline for miles and miles, which it still manages…

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Super Songs and Scenes from “Fiddler on the Roof”

Posted on: August 3, 2020

The smash hit musical “Fiddler on the Roof” based on the book by Joseph Stein, with lyrics by Sheldon Harnick and music by Jerry Bock opened on Broadway in 1964 and held the record for the longest running show for nearly ten years and went on to surpass 3,000 performances. …

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