4 Historic UK Daytrips You Can Take for Under £30

Affordable Historic UK Daytrip Destinations

As summer winds down and the kids head back to school, you might feel like the window for a holiday is closing on you. Working around school clubs, work schedules and after-school plans to find free time for a family getaway is nearly impossible. But if you have a free day and a few spare […]

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How dirty is a cash machine in London

How Dirty Is a Cash Machine in London?

You’re in a crowded street in London, you’ve just found the perfect gift for the birthday party you’re running late for, and, of course, the shop only takes cash. You dash over to the nearest cash machine to get out some money – grab the cash and rush back to the store. While all this […]

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3 Tactful Tips for a Friendly Financial Discussion

Should You Talk About Your Personal Finances With Your Friends?

Does it feel like you’re always trying to save money on a shoestring budget while your friends are out living it up? Financial FOMO (fear of missing out) is nearly impossible to avoid in the age of social media. When your goals don’t align with your friends’ overall financial plan, you might feel extra pressure […]

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Where Britons go on holiday

Where Britons Go on Holiday

Opinions are divided over how much the UK relies on the products and services of neighbouring countries, but there’s one thing we know we can’t import: a reliably good summer! Instead, while some choose to brave it on our windswept beaches and rainy caravan sites, a holiday to warmer climes has become a true British […]

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5 Smartphone Apps to Budget, Save or Make Money

How to Manage Your Money With a Smartphone

If you’re not properly budgeting and managing your money, achieving financial independence can feel like a fantasy. Just looking at your bank account can be a daunting task. You’re not alone; in fact, a recent poll of over 2500 people in the United Kingdom found that as many as 25 percent of respondents did not […]

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Use of land in UK and Ireland

How the UK and Republic of Ireland Uses Its Land

The United Kingdom is the sixth largest economy in the world, generating a GDP of £2.0 trillion ($2.6 trillion) in 2018. The United Kingdom is also one of the most urbanised countries, with 83.1% of the population living in urban areas according to the UN — a greater share than any of the five nations […]

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youtube exercise videos

Why You Should Trade the Gym for YouTube

Your gym membership might’ve seemed like a great personal investment in January, but when was the last time you actually went? From busy schedules and inconvenient hours to mustering the motivation to leave your house, there’s plenty of reasons to want to stay home. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get a great workout from […]

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dog jobs

How to Convert Your Love for Dogs Into an Income Generating Hobby

It’s widely known that dog ownership can improve your health, from lowered stress and anxiety to increased exercise and improved social relationships.1 But can working with man’s best friend do even more for your overall well-being? If you have an unspeakable bond with canines, there are plenty of ways to use it to earn some […]

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Cutaway London: A Look Inside the Most Famous Landmarks

Cutaway London: A Look Inside the Most Famous Landmarks

London’s top buildings are instantly recognisable from the outside – but the postcard image hides the true complexity of these fabulous structures. The UK capital is a working city first of all. While they may look fancy from a selfie-stick, buildings such as the Gherkin or Big Ben have contemporary functions to fulfil. And the […]

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