Managing an online career during your global …

Whether you’re blogging, running an e-commerce website, or managing an online business of any other kind, you need to make sure that your work fits your lifestyle and vice versa. Out of everyone, travel lovers can have a lot more difficulty doing this. But difficult doesn’t mean impossible. Here are…

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Choosing a motorhome

Having a motorhome in property is something you have always wanted and, finally, you have already opted to launch yourself into an adventure, but when it comes to selecting the model, you probably don’t know where to start! Maybe you like them all! If this is familiar to you, it…

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Four ways to ease your money worries

A poll in recent years exposed the reality of the British people’s relationship with money. The statistics revealed three-quarters of people surveyed were concerned about their financial situation. At least one in five had no savings cushion to save them in hard times. And a vast majority wondered how they…

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Essentials for flying with kids

Long or short-haul plane travel can be testing at the best of times! However, when you have the kids in tow, things can go downhill really quickly, especially if you don’t make sure everyone is comfortable. Happily, there are some smart ways that you can make even the longest of…

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Four home security essentials for every family

Every family should be able to feel perfectly at home and safe and secure when they are at home. But there are so many things that can interrupt this process and end up leaving you feeling absolutely the opposite. With that in mind, it’s good to know what you can…

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Space invaders: five tips for making your …

Do you dream of a bigger home? You’re not alone. Sadly, the harsh reality of high property prices and tight lenders means that most families have to settle for smaller homes than they’d like. With this in mind, it’s imperative that you unlock the full potential of any space that…

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Five ideas for redesigning your bedroom

The master bedroom of your house is your sanctuary. As the place where you relax, sleep and switch off from the rest of the world, it could be argued that the bedroom is the most important room in your life. As a haven, this room should provide you with peace…

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Holiday alternatives to help keep the kids …

It’s that time of year again where families are thinking about where they can take their kids on holiday. However, thanks to the coronavirus a lot of the more typical haunts are off-limits. Florida is now the central hub of the coronavirus crisis leaving Disney trips with a definite question…

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Our coronavirus diaries – lockdown week 10, 11 & 12

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged. Mostly because everyday seems to be the same, so there isn’t that much to say. I think the key highlights from the last few weeks are as follows: We’ve sold the house (again!) After a very stressful couple of weeks, with multiple viewings…

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Our coronavirus diaries – lockdown week 8 & 9

I didn’t manage to get a week 8 post up last week, probably because I really struggled during week 8. Lots of people have said that week 7 and 8 were the toughest weeks for people in other countries who have been in lockdown and it was definitely true for…

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Home changes that affect the atmosphere

If you want your home to be much more liveable and enjoyable, at some point you are probably going to have to think about the atmosphere in the home and what it is like. Chances are, you are going to want it to be happier, calmer and so on, and…

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