I don’t know anyone who wouldn’t say they didn’t want to earn a little extra cash each month. Once our payslips come through and we look forward to payday, the reality hits once the money goes into your account and gets transferred straight out again for your bills. Everyone wants to live the comfortable lifestyle they deserve but our full time jobs can’t always provide us with the money to do so. So here are a few little tips you can follow to earn a little extra money each month, and live the lifestyle that you want.
Now we all know that once summer is over, and Christmas is approaching we tend to kind of hibernate and forget about all of the positive healthy vibes we’ve been giving off. All the gym classes we’ve been attending, kale smoothies we’ve been drinking all go down the drain and operation Christmas binge eating commences. I can’t think of anyone who doesn’t love the Christmas parties and buffets that are constantly provided over Christmas time. I absolutely love our Christmas Eve night round my mams house where she cuts the turkey and we all have loads of hot sandwiches and unlimited cheeseboards. But should we really let our healthy, motivated selves slip into the rut and undo all of the hard work we have done over the summer? Here we have some top tips on how to keep yourself fit and healthy throughout the winter period.
The end of the year is always a happy time, its when you shutdown your computer, and shake off your office shackles that you have been bound to for the last 365 days of the year. It’s a time to celebrate achievements, lessons and growth. It’s a time to come together with your colleagues and commemorate a year of prosperity and hard work. Your company end of year function is important in for the morale and drive of your business; it’s an important time for your staff to connect and rejuvenate within the company presence. It’s important to ensure that your year-end function fills all the requirements and desires of your employees that it is something that makes them feel appreciated and extraordinary. However, this takes lots of planning and organisation that shouldn’t be left to the last minute. Whether you decide on an opulent affair or a more down to earth celebration, taking steps to ensure that your end of year function that achieves objectives and ignites passion and drive as well as boost morale is vital to the success of your business.
We may not be planning on using our gardens as much in the coming months as we have been during the summer, however it is still important to take steps to look after the wildlife that visits our outdoor space throughout the autumn/winter period
Dobies, retailers of garden plants and other garden essentials, have provided us some tips on how to ensure that your garden is still accommodating to wildlife visitors during harsher conditions.
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Everyone says that date night is important and that you should always make time for it with your partner. Dates can be quite expensive sometimes and it can be hard to find the best location when your on a budget. Wherever you are around the world, whether it’s Rome, London, Paris or New York, there will be the perfect date out there for everyone.
Breaking News!! I’m going vegan! Yes, this cheese loving, Nandos addict is attempting the big change. Now, everyone who knows me have said that I won’t last longer than a day. Please guys, have a little faith in me. But to be honest, I do understand where they’re coming from. I do love food, all food, of any kind. But I am actually going to try this and see how I get on. Today is day two of vegan life and I’m feeling very positive about it.
I’m one of most forgetful people ever and if I haven’t written something down then it is 100% erased from my mind. I always have to make a checklist if I’m going somewhere or otherwise I’ll arrive, with half of the items I should’ve packed still at home.
Most places you’re going, whether it’s on holiday, or just a weekend away from home, it tends to be okay if you forget something as there’s shops nearby to grab the essentials. However, when it comes to festivals, you really are screwed. Stuck in a field, in the middle of nowhere, in need of whatever it is you’ve left at home and no way of buying anything.
After moving home from London at 18 and getting a job I decided to buy myself a car. I’d been saving during my time at sixth form and always seemed to save any Christmas or birthday money I received. When I was in Sixth Form a lot of people were bought cars for their 17th and 18th birthdays or for no reason at all but everything I have I’ve saved for and bought myself which I personally think makes you appreciate things more if they haven’t been handed to you on a plate.
After finishing sixth form, I decided not to go to University, unlike the majority of my friends. I didn’t like the thought of choosing my lifetime career at the age of 18 when I wasn’t 100% sure what I wanted to do as a job. I didn’t want to waste 3/4 years of my life doing a course for the sake of it, just because it was the next step to take after sixth form. After humming and harring about what to do, I ended up making the most spontaneous decision I’d ever made, and moved almost 300 miles away to London!
Well, I was invited to my very first blogging event on Wednesday. It was a Stagecoach #bloggersonthebus event held at Jalou which is a bar in Newcastle City Centre with an amazing cocktail menu! The plan for the night was for us all to get all crafty and create our own phone cases. I didn’t think of myself as a creative person however I seemed to be in my element all night and got right into the whole thing.