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  1. Christmas presents to avoid buying…


    Despite women not knowing that they want for Christmas, women love to be spoilt regardless. wanted to find out specifically how much women expect their partner to spend on them for Christmas. The scale for which women expect their partners to splurge on them obviously depends on the financial situation of the partner, however, of those surveyed, the clear majority admitted they want their partner to spend between £100 and £150.


  2. The UK’s Best Home Improvers


    It can be said that Britain is home to the proudest homeowners.

    Whether it’s a twitch behind the curtain to catch a glimpse of next door neighbour Joan’s new hanging baskets, or a sit down with a cup of tea and Location, Location, Location (which has been running for 18 years now) – we love our homes. We are a nation obsessed with interiors, and we are continually perplexed by how other people like to live, decorate and furnish their own four walls.


  3. Global Water Stress Crisis by 2050


    How often do we think about the water we use? In the UK, we are conditioned to believe water is quite literally on tap, whenever, wherever we need it. The kettle, the toilet, bottled up in vending machines, awash in the local pool – our access is limitless.  Except – it isn’t. Recent research reveals that whilst our planet might be blue, we may still be left thirsty.


  4. Water bills have increased by £8 in 3 years


    Over the last three years, the cost of household water bills in England and Wales has fluctuated, although research by shows that water bills are predominantly on the rise. The change in average bill prices, each year, is entirely dependent on each individual water supplier, and each price is calculated by the availability of water and the size of the region the household is situated within.


  5. “Hygiene Poverty” is on the rise


    Over the last year, there has been a significant increase in ‘hygiene poverty’ in the UK, with a number of families forcing to choose between eating, or keeping clean. Many families around the nation are struggling to keep up with the costs of essential personal care and sanitary products on a regular basis, a charity has found, with many often choosing to go without in order to survive.


  6. Bathroom features which add the most value to your home


    Property has undoubtedly been a hot topic over the past five years in the UK. With house prices rocketing in the backdrop of an uncertain economic climate, property represents a monumental investment. For existing as well as prospective homeowners, it’s always advantageous to understand the major improvements that can potentially secure a return on a property – should the time come to sell.


  7. Personnel Hygiene in the Workplace


    Personnel hygiene and appearance in the workplace can be a very sensitive issue. Telling an employee, they should consider changing their personal hygiene habits or appearance can be insensitive and rude. In hindsight, ignoring the problem, could create an unpleasant working environment. As a business leader or employee, it can be a very compromising position to be in. But if certain aspects of an employee’s appearance are noticeably distracting others than it’s only appropriate to act.


  8. 10 Hygiene Habits to Avoid this Summer


    We are well into summer, and so far it has been a hot one, with record breaking temperatures of a scorching 34.5 degrees Celsius- the hottest day recorded in June since 1976! However, with the scorching hot weather, comes some sticky consequences. Here at we have concluded that the current climate calls for a topping up of deodorant.


  9. The Summer Holiday Pink Tax Unveiled


    Razors, labelled ‘embrace’, ‘divine’ and ‘breeze’, are synonymous with gendered razors, with retailers thinking this is what women want – and an easy way to make more money. But if this wasn’t enough, women are actually paying significantly more for the same products their male counterparts also purchase, for the same purpose; such as razors. This extra cost has been dubbed the ‘pink tax’, which is a mark-up by retailers which sees women paying more for basic beauty products, when the only significant and distinguishable difference is the ‘pink’ packaging. This marketing ploy which has been adopted by many brands in the UK, has sparked a huge debate among feminists as an example; however it has yet to have had a positive impact on our bank accounts.


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