A Fresh Start: January Might Be the Ideal Time to Move House

January offers each and every one of us the chance to start anew and make a positive change in our lives (the first one usually being migrating from festive jogging bottoms to jeans or trousers). That said, what better way to shake off the cobwebs and leap into an exciting new chapter than by moving home? As the economy […]

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New year, New Office

There are plenty of reasons you might want to move office in 2017. Upsizing. Downsizing. Up-plushing. Cost-cutting. Even as a Brexit precautionary strategy. Or your maybe commercial landlord has decided to call time on the premises. Whatever the reason behind it, if you are moving office soon what do you need to think about? Of […]

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New Year, New Focus – Students

If you’re a student in your first or final year (or, in fact, any year of study in between) – returning for your second semester at Uni can be an exciting time. The New Year burns bright and brings the promise of lots of exciting things – not least lengthening evenings, you’ve got friendships made that you’re eager to […]

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Do I Really Need My Commercial Premises? The Rise of Home Workers.

New Year, New Office? The new year is here, and that means many of us will be scribbling down endless lists of New Year Resolutions in an attempt to lose weight, quit smoking, cut down on boozing, or stop eating novelty chocolates. But, in the New Year, perhaps the best-laid plans are professional, or financial – especially when you’re […]

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Alternatives to Partying on New Year’s Eve : #3 -Mini Breaks

The UK can be dark and dingy over the holiday period. It’s hardly surprising as New Year’s Day is less than two weeks after the Winter Solstice, when we see less than 8 hours of daylight. With twice as much Night as there is Day, New Year’s Eve can be a depressing time for many. So […]

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Alternatives to Partying on New Year’s Eve: #2 – Going out

NYE Alternatives to binge drinking It’s amazing how closely alcohol follows our cultural events in one form or another. Virtually every holiday, celebration, birthday, reunion, work function, sporting event or Friday seem to be closely lubricated by a social dose of ethanol – with New Year’s Eve sitting in a close second to St. Patrick’s […]

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Alternatives to Partying on New Year’s Eve: #1 – Staying In

Partying, drinking, dancing, eating, they might seem like a fun way to spend New Years Eve. For some that’s a form of torture, whilst for others it’s simply another day, but just because it is the end of the Gregorian year, no-one said partying is compulsory. So here – for those of you that have lost your […]

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