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Flying On The Air…Bnb?

We’re living in an age where it’s commonplace to turn your home into a workplace. Multitudes of individuals are setting up office in their homes. Some are even developing companies from the comfort of their four walls. For some us, it’s the dream career choice. Some can imagine nothing better than trundling to the office wearing pajamas and no makeup. But, for some of us, the lack of routine which

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Working Holidays: Make Money, Travel And Experience A New Culture

Image Source   If you feel stuck in a rut and relish the thought of leaving your life behind and heading off on an adventure but you worry about your responsibilities, you’re not alone. Of those who did quit their jobs in 2016, 49% resigned simply because they weren’t enjoying their work. Feeling unfulfilled can be soul destroying and it’s crucial that, if you are feeling this way, you do

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3 Realities Of Moving Abroad For Work

PixaBay.com   For some people, there comes a point in their career where there is nowhere else to go. If you live in a small city, you can quickly exhaust the possibilities for progression and new adventure in your employment opportunities – leaving you feeling like you’re at the top of the ladder when you really should have only just begun.   The idea of moving abroad in search of

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Is this the end for the red traffic light?

It would be the dream of many drivers to be able to get from A to B without ever needing to worry about getting stuck at traffic lights. This fantasy could soon become a reality, thanks to an initiative by Ford and Jaguar Land Rover entitled the Green Light Optimal Speed Advisory. Join vehicle hire specialist Northgate as they delve into what this project entails and whether it really means

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Moving For Money-Saving Benefits: 3 Cities To Consider

One of the most commonly used statements in this day and age, when it comes to money, is “You get what you pay for”. Spend a few dollars less on an outfit, and when the stitching comes loose on the second wear? You got what you paid for. That cheap dishwasher powder left particles on your fine china? Sorry, but… well, you get the message.   It’s also true of

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The 7 Types of Friend You’ll Want to Make If You’re New to Driving

If you’re new to driving, then there’s a lot for you to learn until you can become a confident driver. Unfortunately, it takes a while to reach a level of vehicle mastery until you can call yourself confident. It takes a lot of hours of driving to experience all the different situations you can get into, and it takes even more to call yourself an expert. So in order to

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4 Ways to Afford your Dream Vacation

The key to getting the most out of life may rest in seeing as much of the world as you can. Of course, traveling can be expensive, and this means you may need to find effective ways to reduce some costs. This can take a bit of work on your part, but the payout means traveling and being able to take your dream vacation that you’ve wanted to have for

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Here’s what I do when I’m bored

Do you ever feel bored, and know there are plenty of things you could be doing (like cleaning the house, catching up on work, or finally sorting out your taxes) but have no desire to do any of it? I know exactly how you feel. I don’t get bored often, but when I do, I have a running list of activities I can turn to that will keep me entertained

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Making the best experience should include planning for the worst

You may have noticed that while some people are naturally able to overcome bad situations and overcome misfortune and adversity, many people don’t have these same skills. The question, is what makes some people naturally resilient, and why don’t more people have this talent? Highly resilient people quickly adapt to new circumstances, are flexible, and thrive during constant change. Importantly, they expect to be able to bounce back from bad

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Taking The Elevator To The Next Level

There is no denying that a starting a business is a challenge. First, you have the initial stages of coming up with an idea, developing the idea, writing a business plan, getting funds and then launching. Then you have to do everything you can to survive the dreaded first year, which means pinching pennies, working long hours, putting all you have back into the business, learning how to market better

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