Spring Wardrobe: What Men Will Be Wearing As The Weather Heats Up

After the unseasonably warm temperatures that the end of February gave to us, you more than likely sifted through your wardrobe looking for some of your summer pieces. Without being foolishly optimistic that such temperatures are here to stay, we do hope that the weather will continue to heat up as we head into spring, and on into summer.  Admittedly, the British sunshine does make for some unrivalled joy; however, knowing what to wear can be frustrating.

So, what will men be wearing as head into the spring-summer season of 2019? Continue reading…

What Happens After You’ve Gained Your CeMAP Qualification?

Gaining a Certificate in Mortgage Advice and Practice (CeMAP) can be your gateway into a rewarding and lucrative career as a mortgage adviser. This qualification is very highly regarded and once you’ve completed it, you’ll be ready to start work as an adviser in an organisation such as a bank, brokerage, estate agent or building society. In your role, you’ll have the opportunity to guide clients through the important process of choosing and applying for a mortgage. Continue reading…

5 Hacks You Need to Know to Get the Perfect Valentine’s Gift

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner — have you got your present sorted yet? Whether you’re in a long-term relationship or the throes of a new one, Valentine’s Day is an important day for all couples. Celebrated as the official day for lovers, it offers an opportunity to take stock of your relationship and shower your partner with affection. It’s time to roll out the tried-and-tested romancing rituals — a decadent meal, an intimate date, and, of course, the Valentine’s Day gift. Continue reading…

Take the Kwik-Fit Tyre Challenge

Do you think that you know all there is to know about tyres? Do you consider yourself an expert driver who is always on the right side of safety when out and about? If so, it is a good idea to take the Kwik-Fit Tyre Challenge. You will be asked to answer a series of questions involving tyre information, tread levels, braking speeds, and which tyres are best suited for specific weather conditions. You are provided with a rating of zero to ten immediately after the test has been completed. Do you feel that you have what it takes to score a ten out of ten? Continue reading…

4 Signs That You Need to See an Eye Specialist

If you wear glasses or have never experienced vision correction, you could almost get away with not ever having to see an eye specialist at all. ‘Almost’ being the operative word here. The truth is that a large number of people are skipping out on eye exams because they think they’re unsafe. Some of the other excuses they use include the specialist being too far away, large medical expenses and lack of insurance.   Continue reading…

5 Insurances Seniors Need to Consider to Protect Their Families

Regardless of whether you are a senior, approaching the senior years or still in your middle ages, the topic of insurance is a dreaded one. But, nevertheless, we all know that even though it can be difficult to think about, it is still something we all need to have to protect ourselves and our families.

There are many different options available, each with their own complex conditions and details. This makes the process of choosing the right one for you a bit overwhelming and intimidating. Continue reading…

Summer body MOT

This summer has been a scorcher. The nights have seemed longer, the weekends are brighter, hotter and just begging for you to head out on the bike or to put on the running shoes.

I’ve found that my running trends have gone longer and harder. I’ve run further this year already than I did in the whole of last year. It is just so easy to get out after work and head to the roads. Getting home and throwing off the work clothes and shackles, to replace them with the running vest and trainers. It is not only great for our training plan, but great for the mind. Continue reading…

Why Picking Up Litter is Important

The acronym NIMBY (not in my backyard) is often used when speaking of litter. In other words, rubbish is not a concern until it directly affects our lifestyle. This is a very real problem and litter is becoming an increasingly important issue throughout the United Kingdom. For example, were you aware that 48 per cent of the population admits to dropping rubbish? In fact, the sheer amount of litter has increased by an incredible 500 per cent since the 1960s (1). It is therefore important that we begin to take responsibility for our actions in order to ensure a safe and healthy environment for future generations.  Continue reading…

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