Posted on: April 08, 2019
You’ve all read our post on how to get your garden ready for the spring, right? So, now you have a tidy garden. But to help it reach its full potential you need to get creative. We all dream of having a large garden, but that huge expanse of space can be a bit daunting (as well as quite hard work).
Posted on: April 03, 2019
Although the weather may still not be entirely sure what it wants to do, with the clocks going forward we can officially say we've stepped into British Summer Time and the arrival of spring. Naturally, that means a new wardrobe – as if we needed an excuse to spend money on those seasonal essentials.
Posted on: March 25, 2019
It’s been neglected in the winter months, but now the cold, dark season is more or less behind us, it’s time to unlock the garden shed and put those green fingers to work. But what if you need new supplies? Or are a gardening novice and don’t know where to begin? Here are our tips on getting your garden ready for the spring and summer without spending a fortune in the process…
Posted on: March 01, 2019
Lets face it, having your own apartment or flat in London is basically like sitting on a small gold mine. Not only could you sell your property for a small fortune, but you could also start renting out your property too (potentially leading to a long term income stream).
Posted on: January 04, 2019
This week we learnt that you can literally sell rubbish (yes, I'm talking about the stuff you’d normally clog your recycling bins up with) on Ebay. For real.
January: it’s cold, it’s long and we’ve generally got to make those post-Christmas £s stretch even further than normal thanks to the early December payday that many of us get.
Posted on: December 20, 2018
2019 is just around the corner and we know it's a bit cliché to say, but really where has the year gone? Continuing on that note, with January almost upon us, it's time to tackle those new year's resolutions and ensure you're off to a promising start. It goes without saying it's just another year and no one is obligated to completely renovate their lives just because social norms say so.
Posted on: December 19, 2018
Christmas is all about spending quality time with loved ones, but quite often when you’re in a relationship, your significant other can sometimes be the person you spend the least time with. Whether you go your separate ways for the festive period or you spend it among the company of your in-laws, it can be difficult to get any time just the two of you. So this year, why not pencil in a sexy date night?
Posted on: December 11, 2018
When it comes to getting a break around Christmas, sometimes it's just not realistic trying to squeeze a long haul beach holiday in between the chaos of present shopping and vegetable preparation. Let's face it, once summer is over Christmas can come around far too quickly. Before you know it it's Christmas Eve and you've barely begun on the mountain of sprouts. So why not consider a short break away to London?
Posted on: December 06, 2018
Letters to Father Christmas are being written, the kids are being suspiciously well behaved with the threat of coal in their stockings rather than toys on Christmas morning, and you... have a lot of shopping on your hands. Praise the shopping gods and the invention of online shopping. Avoid the crowded high street, feeling flustered as you yank your scarf off, stepping in from the cold into overly heated shops, and simply do it all from home.
The best part?
Posted on: December 06, 2018
Are we a nation of discount lovers and bargain hunters? Or does the stereotype of the polite queue-loving Briton stop us chasing the best deals when it comes to shopping? There’s really only ever one way to find out and that’s to ask the wonderful Great British Public. So that’s exactly what we did. With the help of Censuswide, we polled 2,034 Brits in November 2018 to find out more about their bargain hunting habits. Here’s what we found: