Whether you’re starting a new housing project for 2020 or decluttering your home to relieve yourself of the remains of the 2019’s festive period, a good old clear out can just be what you need to start 2020 with a fresh feeling. With that, appropriate planning is required and whether you’re going to do all yourself or hire an expert, you still need to consider … Continue reading How to prepare for the New Year’s Clear-Out: How much is it to hire a skip?
In recent years, unemployment has become a pressing issue for the government. Less people out of work means fewer people claiming job seekers allowance and a rise in overall disposable income, both advantages for the state of the economy. With the closure of high street stores set to continue in 2019, and retail workers facing the highest levels of unemployment, it’s important that successful retailers … Continue reading How to reduce unemployment in the retail industry
For those who don’t have the time to read weighty books and practice algebra equations (most of us, let’s be honest), short and fun brain training puzzles come to the rescue. Puzzles such as sudokus and crosswords have long been enjoyed and utilised. These games have allowed generations to unwind and relax while keeping their brains engaged and active. Let’s take a closer looks at … Continue reading What Does the Future Hold for Brain Training?
21st century business is notoriously cut-throat — it’s essential for businesses to differentiate themselves to attract customer attention and interest. Obviously, a continuous stream of customers flooding to the business is ideal, but what’s also important for a business to succeed is customer retention. We are long past the time of customers shopping in a select few shops their whole lives. Yes, perhaps 50 years … Continue reading Build Consumer Trust With Brand Transparency
When you’re out on your bike, you can’t simply reply on the light of day to alert others to your presence. Compared to other road users, you’re a lot harder to see, and visibility during the day isn’t always a given, especially if you blend into your surroundings. Flashing lights on the other hand are a lot harder to miss. Here Leisure Lakes, who stock … Continue reading Cycling day or night: the importance of wearing visibility lights
With the scandal involving Facebook and Cambridge Analytica and the testimony given by Mark Zuckerberg to the US Congress soon after, we got a more detailed insight on just how Facebook (and, by extension, most social networks) handles and profits with the personal data of its users. As one would expect, the truth is somewhat gruesome. Facebook captures everything a user writes, on their Facebook … Continue reading TAP Network lets you monetize your personal data
Learning is, in many ways, a natural function of childhood. Babies have to literally learn all the functions adults take for granted such as how to eat, hold a spoon and walk. Children are still being exposed to new situations every day, so learning is a natural event in childhood. There is no doubt that learning can actually be fun, but adults have largely taken … Continue reading 5 Hacks to Help You Make Learning Fun for Kids
When your baby bump starts to show up, dressing can be a major fashion challenge, even for those who have a good taste for fashion. Your body is always changing, and within no time, your closet will be full of clothes that can’t fit you. All of a sudden, you have to dress this body that seems foreign to you, and you completely have no … Continue reading Popular Maternity Clothes for Expectant Mothers
The demand for UPVC double glazing windows continues to increase, and it’s no secret as to why. Double glazing windows themselves present homeowners with a wide range of priceless advantages, and when set within a UPVC frame, more benefits can be enjoyed. UPVC double glazing windows can improve the security, energy efficiency and overall appearance of any home. When seeking new windows, modern homeowners tend … Continue reading Why Are UPVC Double Glazing Windows So Popular?
Whether you’re taking off on a three-week holiday or a long weekend away in the sun, books will usually take up a portion of our suitcases. Of course, we’ll pack swimming essentials, a cap and sun cream, but some of us will probably plan our holiday reading material well in advance. It might sound weird, but the reality is… many of us turn into bookworms … Continue reading The act of holiday reading… why books are a must for our suitcases