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How to Work Smart

How to Work Smart

In reality, it can be tough to break habits (y’know, like those seven coffee breaks before midday…) and even harder to focus wholly on the task at hand in order to ensure total efficiency. Think of it this way though; fewer hours worked for the same (or more) revenue equals a significantly better work life balance and with that extra down time? The world is your oyster! More sleep and Grey’s Anatomy binging would be my professional suggestion!

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Christmas Gift Guide 2018: For Him

Christmas Gift Guide 2018: For Him

  Buying for the men in your life – whether a boyfriend or husband, your dad, your brother or in laws – can be really tricky! I reckon gift giving is one of my stronger…

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Christmas Gift Guide 2018: Great Gifts Under £20

Christmas Gift Guide 2018: Great Gifts Under £20

Christmas gifting on a budget – whether as stocking fillers, secret Santa or just because you’re saving the pennies – doesn’t have to be difficult. It’s often hard to find things for £20 or less…

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Christmas Gift Guide 2018: Affordable Luxury

Christmas Gift Guide 2018: Affordable Luxury

What to buy for the woman who has everything? This gift guide contains products and items that I think most women would love to own. I’ve called it ‘affordable luxury’ because we’re not talking hundreds…

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5 Reasons You Should Visit Benidorm

5 Reasons You Should Visit Benidorm

I’d be lying if I said those things don’t exist, but it’s only a small portion of what is actually a beautiful coastal city with far-reaching ocean views, winter sun, salty tapas, sweet sangria and activities a plenty.

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How to Budget Regardless of Your Income

How to Budget Regardless of Your Income

This is my simple, no-nonsense guide to budgeting regardless of your income source, stream or amount.

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What if University isn’t the Best Three Years of your Life?

What if University isn’t the Best Three Years of your Life?

And despite graduating with a snazzy certificate, I still felt as though I’d failed. I blame that almost solely on the pressure and the expectation that your time at university will be the absolute peak of your existence. The overriding pressure to be having a really f**king fantastic time can be almost suffocating.

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Beth’s Book Club: The Last 8 Books I Read

Beth’s Book Club: The Last 8 Books I Read

I love reading. At the beginning of the year I vowed that I’d dedicated more time each week to getting lost in a good book. I haven’t upheld that promise as much as I’d like to have done but sharing my reads on Instagram in the form of mini bullet point book reviews each time has spurred me on to pick up another, and the reaction has been great. If I can encourage other people to get reading too then that’s a huge bonus.

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How to Spend a Week in Seminyak, Bali

How to Spend a Week in Seminyak, Bali

It’s an island that steals your heart like no other: the people, the food, the sun, the crashing waves of the Indian Ocean.

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