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How to find the right conveyancer

Posted on: January 26, 2021

Finding the right conveyancer for the purchase of a property is a straightforward process; however, it helps to have an understanding of the parameters of a conveyancer’s role and the resources you have at your disposal to engage the right conveyancer for you. Image Credit What does a conveyancer do? A conveyancer’s responsibilities are focussed on the legal transition of a property into your name. Conveyancers such as https://www.samconveyancing.co.uk/Conveyancing-Solicitors will perform a series of checks…

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When times were tough in making clothes

Posted on: January 26, 2021

“This is the valley where Cotton is King”, sang the Folk singer and comedian Mike Harding. He was referring to a time in the North when the Mills were working day and night to produce garments and bedding out of the rough substance and material that we know as cotton. We still use cotton today for the production of Calvin Klein Menswear from EJ Menswear for example but, thankfully, it is not like how it…

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Is our post safe?

Posted on: January 25, 2021

The fact that there are so many security measures in place means that the chances of any document being intercepted are extremely slim, however this does raise the concern of how postal mail is actually being used and how secure it is. How much fraud and crime are going on in the mail room? Image credit Postal mail is an invaluable source of keeping the world and our country safe, but when it comes to…

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The Advantages of a Smaller Home As You Get Older

Posted on: January 25, 2021

The advantages of a smaller home as you get older is that it provides less space to manage and more privacy. This can be especially important if you are getting older and no longer have your children living with you. In this case, a smaller home can allow you to keep living independently rather than having to consider assisted living, for example. Moving into assisted living facilities can be a more expensive option than staying…

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Why this Winter you Should Get out for a Walk

Posted on: January 25, 2021

Unfortunately, this January we don’t only have the usual feeling of the January blues to contend with, but as the UK is plunged into another lockdown it can heighten the feelings of anxiety and depression that can often occur around this time of the year for many people. Although there is not a great deal that we are able to do at the moment, one of the things that you can do and should do…

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If you need HR why not outsource it?

Posted on: January 7, 2021

The costs of a HR department are considerable. This is made worse by the knowledge that most of the time you may not even need them. What can you do to reduce the cost? The answer outsource to a company like this HR Cheltenham based one. Image credit   Larger enterprises and large-scale powerhouses will have the ability to have a more robust HR operation, but smaller and medium-sized firms will fail to satisfy demands…

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Early times in nursing

Posted on: January 5, 2021

The history of modern nursing usually starts with Florence Nightingale, even though the roots of nursing date back to the mid-19th century. The accomplishments of Nightingale overshadowed other approaches to nurse the ill. Much of the nursing of the sick took place at home for centuries and was the responsibility of relatives, friends, and esteemed members of the community with reputations as effective healers. This is where a Nursing Agency Stroud way such as Take…

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What we did before the printing press

Posted on: January 5, 2021

In our modern age mass printing is simple. You write a book or article and it is either sent digitally through a stream or, in a more traditional method, it is scanned and printed out by a computer. Before that it was printing press and before that a typesetter would arrange pages and pages of wooden blocks of text to which were then coated in ink. What did we do if a book was due…

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How to Maintain a Fleet of Vehicles

Posted on: December 22, 2020

Learning how to maintain a fleet of vehicles can be one of the most important things any business owner can do. With so many different types of vehicles, keeping track of maintenance can be a challenge. Keeping track of repair work and scheduled maintenance is very important. If you have a large fleet of vehicles, then you know just how much this can cost you each year. Image credit Scheduling regular maintenance for your vehicles…

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How to Kit Out Your Workshop

Posted on: December 22, 2020

When it comes to building your own workshop, you need to know that there is a lot of planning that needs to go into it and the best way of learning how to kit out your workshop is by considering what you’ll be using it for. If you are a DIY person then this article should give you some ideas on how to do it. Some people feel intimidated when they first start putting together…

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Key things to know about registering a domain name

Posted on: December 21, 2020

Choosing a domain name for your business requires careful thought; for example, it needs to be optimised for search engines to be able to rank your page highly. You also need to consider how your target audience will search for you and what distinguishes you from your competitors. Image Credit Keep it simple When you want to buy domain names for your business, try to keep it short, punchy and memorable. Don’t be tempted to…

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Getting Your Home Ready for Christmas

Posted on: December 17, 2020

Getting your home ready for Christmas can be a very difficult task. It takes a lot of preparation and time to decorate your home. People get into the holiday spirit very early in the year and try to make everything perfect so that everyone can enjoy their visit. They will hang decorations and put up an impressive Christmas trees. This will keep everyone feeling joyful and they will be looking forward to Christmas, especially children.…

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A walk along the Coast of Dorset

Posted on: December 16, 2020

One of the most influential authors in the UK was that of Thomas Hardy. He put so much of the counties of Wessex in print that the area usually has his name proceeding it! To see what he was writing about taking a walk along the Dorset coast is one of the best things that you can do. With the Sea of the English Channel to your left you’re sure to be extremely rewarded. Image…

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Office Reception – Essential Furniture for Your Office Reception Area

Posted on: December 14, 2020

If you are looking to furnish an office, then you should first consider the important aspects of the office and the best essential furniture for your office reception area would be the reception desk. It is not only a place where you receive clients, but it is also a room where you organize important papers and other documents. Reception desks should be comfortable and have a modern look. They can be made from wood or…

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The Basics of a Vegan Diet

Posted on: December 11, 2020

The two main reasons that people decide to switch to a vegan diet are for health reasons as well as for animal welfare reasons. It is certainly a growing diet trend, with being vegan now a fairly common dietary requirement, and there are now many more vegan options out there – from vegan bodybuilding recipes like this https://www.vivolife.co.uk/blogs/news/a-big-maca-mistake-gelatinsed-vs-raw-maca-powder to a much greater range of vegan products now in most supermarkets. Image Credit Because we are…

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What is a Biohazard?

Posted on: December 10, 2020

A biohazard, or hazard, is any biological substance that poses an immediate threat to a living organism, mostly humans. This would include a sample of some microorganism, human or animal which could adversely affect human life. A biohazard could also be a dangerous substance harmful to other creatures. Image credit The government defines a biohazard as any substance or contaminant which releases a potentially lethal or infectious agent that may be airborne, ingested or otherwise…

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Garden Jobs that are Best Done in the Winter

Posted on: December 8, 2020

Winter can be a depressing time of the year – it makes us want to curl up indoors and not venture outside. But in the long run this can actually make us feel worse – it is good to get outdoors and get some fresh air and exercise. Getting out into the garden at wintertime might not sound a particularly appealing idea, but you will be surprised at how much you can do out there…

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A Brief Guide for Men to Creating a Capsule Wardrobe

Posted on: December 7, 2020

A capsule wardrobe is something that is can help you to keep organised, as well as always looking your best and saving you money! If you spend a lot of time rummaging through a lot of unsuitable items looking for the perfect outfit, then you are probably someone who would benefit from a capsule wardrobe! When it comes to creating a capsule wardrobe for men, the key is to make sure that you can make…

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Top tips for retirement finance planning

Posted on: December 5, 2020

Planning for retirement can be both an exciting and daunting time, especially when you think about how you are going to live and enjoy your time without an income like you might have been used to whilst you worked. Here are some tips for making the most of your retirement financial planning. Image credit   Pensions are not the primary source of retirement income. There are several funds, such as Isas, bonds and general investments,…

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A timeline of couriers

Posted on: December 1, 2020

In order to get messages or products from A to B, we have always relied on trustworthy people, from deliveries on foot in Ancient Greece to the emergence of multinational corporations like UPS. For a long time, contact and transport have been a central part of human society. Here’s a fascinating account of the history of the courier sector and the ancient equivalents of the Same Day Courier Camberley services that UKTDL offer today. Image…

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