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Student Travel – Earn & Save (transferable jobs to take abroad)

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There’s no denying that students don’t quite have it as easy as certain people may think, and even though we may look back on our time at university and recall the late nights and the friends and the fun, there was a lot of hard work that went on in between the revelry. For many students, all of this time spent burning the candle at both ends leads to one conclusion: travel. Continue reading “Student Travel – Earn & Save (transferable jobs to take abroad)”

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My Tips For Coping With Flying Guilt In An Eco-Conscious World

As you all know, I have become far more eco-conscious over the last two years and as I continue to research more areas it has become very apparent that there are an awful lot of things that we all do every single day that has an impact on our planet. Whether that’s waste, plastic pollution, CO2 emissions, chemicals from products, animal testing… It seems never-ending. I have so far made many a swap, a lifestyle change and even more recently a diet change (I went vegetarian in January) but there is one environmental issue that is hanging over me like a big black cloud and it feels that way because I know it is something I could never stop doing and that’s flying. Continue reading “My Tips For Coping With Flying Guilt In An Eco-Conscious World”

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Attending The Maven Connex Conference at De Vere Hotel Tortworth

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There are so many aspects of my job which I love; working from home, being my own boss, making online connections. But one area that can really affect all bloggers is the loneliness and lack of colleagues to chat to or bounce ideas off of. This is precisely why, when a meeting or conference comes up, most of us jump at the chance to attend. A conference gives a blogger the chance to learn new skills, to listen to experts, to chat to new friends and to make valuable contacts with PR’s.

This is the first year that I have made it to any event or conference (I’ve been blogging for 3 years) and now I have stepped out of my comfort zone, I am always eager for that next big day. Continue reading “Attending The Maven Connex Conference at De Vere Hotel Tortworth”

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Five Enviable Places to Ring in New Year’s Eve

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I always find the week around Christmas to be a bit confusing and disorientating. It isn’t because of the hallucinations you get from eating so much food for so many days in a row, but because you sort of lose the sense of what day of the week it is.  

I often find that everything begins to sort itself out though when you see New Year’s Eve on the calendar. It does more to reset your body clock/calendar (if it is such a thing) than New Year’s Day does. Continue reading “Five Enviable Places to Ring in New Year’s Eve”

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Our Weekend In Southsea

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Southsea is one of our favourite places to visit. We are so lucky to be just an hour away from this seaside town and with so much to see and do, each visit is always different from the last. When Henry Adams Holiday Lets asked us to come and stay in their Clearwater sea view apartment for them we were over the moon and with half-term coming up it made for the perfect time to visit– the coast isn’t just for summertime! Continue reading “Our Weekend In Southsea”

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Whether you have had the pleasure of visiting before or are visiting for the first time, Austria is a must-see, especially in the winter months when it usually snows from late December until March. 

With so much to see and do, I thought it would be best to narrow it down to my top five. Continue reading “Winter holiday in Austria – Your guide on what to do while you’re there”

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