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Obesity, that’s going straight in my basket

Obesity was once a term reserved almost exclusively for over indulgent adults. However, over the past 20 years, the number of children being given this label has increased significantly. In the UK alone, it is believed that as many as 27% of children can now be classed as obese – a worrying statistic. The knock on effect of childhood obesity is also a cause for concern, since the condition can lead to additional...

Flagship Phone Wars: iPhone 6S vs Galaxy S7

Out on the mobile phone market, it’s war, with Apple and Galaxy constantly going head to head. In this post we take a look at their respective flagship phones, the iPhone 6S and the Galaxy S7. Both pack a powerful technological punch. Here’s how they match up. Design Whichever of the two you choose, you’ll look the business. Both ooze slick and übercool, but the iPhone 6S just steals it in terms of design,...

Wimbledon 2016 Inspired Gifts (Handmade or low cost)

With so many great sporting event happening this summer, being in front of the television more than usual should be saving people a fortune – Who needs to go out and spend money eh! Joking aside, with Euro 2016 well and truly underway and Wimbledon due to start on Monday the 27th June, how about showing your loved one you are supporting their passion and make them something TENNIS related? Why not create...

10 Ways to Style Your Home on a Budget

Is your home décor in need of a facelift? Are you a renter looking for ways to decorate without spending too much? Styling your house or flat doesn’t have to be an extravagant affair. Small touches are all you need to make your home look amazing, and these ten tips will help you get started: 1.Display your belongings proudly This is a particularly good trick in the kitchen. If you’re buying new gadgets...

Are you struggling with unmanageable debts?

When struggling with unmanageable debts, many people may think the only way out is bankruptcy. However, there are actually several debt solutions that can help with unmanageable debts, and sorting out your own debt management plan is one of them! Free debt-management This is basically an informal agreement you make with your unsecured lenders, in which they’d be asked to accept reduced monthly payments,...

Raise some cash for your savings account

Raising money to put away into a savings account is no easy matter these days. If your loose change is not in the bank, you’ll probably be tempted to spend it! If you’re really serious about some money, you’ll need to put the cash in to a savings account, this will help you build the savings that you really need for some future purchase such as: House or Flat New Car Holiday Family Rainy...