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Is crafting set for a comeback in 2015?

Is crafting set for a comeback in 2015?

According to Yahoo, 2015 will be a time of “embryonic renaissance, where we surround ourselves in a world where materials, objects, fashion, and design make us feel happy and safe”. This reflects how much people enjoy arts and crafts [read more]

Is social media aiding or hindering your job search?

Is social media aiding or hindering your job search?

Whether or not social media is helpful in seeking employment is an open debate with two very well rounded and truthful arguments. Despite the ongoing debate, recruiting statistics found on www.capterra.com have shown that 73 per cent of 18 [read more]

Four steps to becoming a music journalist

Four steps to becoming a music journalist

Learn to write While a university education (and not just in the field of journalism) is certainly desirable and will stand you in good stead – it’s not absolutely essential. However, learning to write properly is a necessity. [read more]

Wedding dress shopping mistakes to avoid

Wedding dress shopping mistakes to avoid

Shopping for the perfect wedding dress can be nightmare when it is meant to be an exciting experience. This is usually due to the fact that brides-to-be are unaware of the possible shopping errors they should be avoiding. This guide should [read more]

Divorce and separation advice

Divorce and separation advice

Photo: Nicholas Copernicus [read more]

Hundreds of thousands stolen by Cambridge finance officer to fund gambling

Hundreds of thousands stolen by Cambridge finance officer to fund gambling

Jacqueline Balaam was a finance officer at the famous Pembroke College in Cambridge. Using her position as finance officer for the college, Balaam is said to have stolen well over a quarter of a million pounds, all of which went towards [read more]

Hoarders: why do some people find it so difficult to declutter?

Hoarders: why do some people find it so difficult to declutter?

A hoarder is someone who finds it extremely difficult to part with their possessions. They tend to store their things in a disorganised manner and are reluctant to declutter. An organisation like this company could help hoarders to [read more]

Gardening for beginners: where should you start?

Gardening for beginners: where should you start?

The thought of gardening can be daunting at the best of times, but once you have mastered the basics you will be surprised how much pleasure can be achieved from growing your own vegetables or flowers. Where should I begin? The Royal [read more]

Excellent gifts for kids (that aren’t toys!)

Excellent gifts for kids (that aren’t toys!)

If you open your kids’ bedroom doors, only to be greeted by piles of toys discarded on the floor, under the bed and stuck to the ceiling (who knows how they got up there), then it might be time to suggest some alternative gift ideas [read more]

The role of the humble castor wheel in global logistics

The role of the humble castor wheel in global logistics

Moving goods from warehouse to supermarket, or even manoeuvring goods onto a cargo plane, all require the services of a castor wheel. Moving from A to B According to the website The Arts Desk, referring to a BBC4 documentary, “logistics [read more]

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