Top tips for revision — AD

  For some students this time of year is about exams and the end of studying, it certainly is in this house.  For others it is about the beginning of a summer of study ahead of a new term, or maybe doing some important resits.   Either way some top tips for revision and summer studying might come in useful. Make a timetable Break the day up into half hour

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The Massage Company — Review

If you follow me online you will know that life has been kind of stressful recently.  Knowing that I was off to have a massage as a guest of The Massage Company in Camberley was pretty much all that got me through last week.    First of all I was intrigued as the massages I have had in the past have been in spas during a day out or during weekends

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We’re doing a garden makeover

  This  post is in collaboration with LionsHome It has only been in the planning for fourteen years but we are finally doing a garden makeover.   It was on the list of things to do as soon as we moved in, along with ripping out the bathroom and to be fair that hasn’t happened yet either, but this year we have decided it’s time for the garden to get

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Top tips to make sure your clothes fit properly

This is a collaboration We have all been there haven’t we?  Put on an outfit that we tried on in the shop but when we wear it for any length of time we realise it is one of the most uncomfortable things we have ever owned because it just doesn’t quite fit our shape properly.   I have lost count of the number of times I have longed to get

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Neos Smarter Home Insurance

What if I told you there was a way to secure your home, and that it offers you comprehensive cover on your home insurance?  And that you could control it all from your phone.   Sounds far fetched, right? Wrong. The clever people at Neos have come up with a system that in their words: … combines smart technology and 24/7 assistance with comprehensive home insurance. No matter where you

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How do you buy your wine? — AD

This is advertorial content Let me guess.   It is in one of two ways. Either online, based on one of three things: it’s the one you drink and know you like; you browse and chose it based on the name, grape or region it is from; or you like the label. Or you stand in the supermarket aisle and go to the shelf that you always go to and

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We are off to Great Wonderfest!

I cannot tell you how excited I am to type that title. When we bought Betty the Bus we had dreams of going to festivals in style, of rocking up, rocking out and heading back to our own comfy bed each night.  Waking up in the morning to cook our own breakfast and using our own loo.  Our own loo at a festival.  I am sorry but there is no

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Top tips for summer weddings

With the warmer spring weather now arriving it is also time for the arrival of invitations to this year’s weddings.   Traditionally wedding invitations arrive around six weeks before the big day though we normally get wind of the event earlier, but when the invite arrives we know we are officially on the guest list and can start our own planning! This time last year we were in the final

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4 questions to ask when implementing a succession plan

There has been a lot of coverage regarding the fact that most businesses are operating without a succession plan in place. This is a risky approach. And, if you are in charge of a firm that does not have a succession plan, you need to act sooner rather than later. One of the reasons why so many people overlook succession planning is quite simply because they do not know where

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Supporting a loved one with a disability

If you have a loved one with a disability you will want to support them as best you can. Whether this is someone who is in and out of hospital for surgeries or somebody with a long term illness, it is crucial that they have a good support network to help them with daily activities but also so that they can have fun and enjoy themselves. Days Out One of

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