Buying a house is one of the biggest financial investments we make in our lives. Here are my top tips for the whole process, from first viewings to getting over the threshold.
Moving house can be a stressful time for us all, and it can be easy to let some of the smaller stuff slip through the cracks. I put together a list to help you out, next time you relocate.
After a little over one year blogging, I am really happy that I managed to keep it going and remained consistent. In the spirit of this, I have put together a list of the most important lessons I have learnt over the last year.
It can be really hard to think of fun things to do on date night in the winter months, so I have made a few lists of things to do inside, outdoors and in London.
It is a job very few people would say they aspire to have, but no matter what, a job in customer service is guaranteed to teach you a lot. Here is what I have learnt so far.
Have you ever been on a job interview and had to think of your strengths and weaknesses? It is simply awful but I have put together a list to help you think of yours, so the next time you get interrogated, you will instantly be able to recall what you slay and what you need to work on.
Going to job interviews can be very demoralising and draining, especially if you do not get the job. But after attending upwards of 50 interviews myself, I became determined to learn from each experience. Here are my top tips to take away as much as you can from any interview.
We all know that when the cat is away that the mice will always play, but what do you like to do when you have the whole house to yourself?
Where do you even start when moving to a new area? Here are my top tips for moving house, whether you are going down the street or to a whole other city - these are all good points to consider.
January can be a long old month for lots of us, but what can you do to save some extra pennies so January won't feel so bad next time around? Here are my tips!