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Catriona Elliott

Worthwhile things to do to celebrate Earth Day

Earth Day is an annual event that attracts over a billion people worldwide. Since its inception in 1970, every year on April 22nd like-minded folks get together to celebrate the anniversary of the modern environmental movement and raise awareness about climate change. If you’re looking for worthwhile things to do for your own celebration, you’re in the right place. Read on to find out how you can make an impact this Earth Day and every day after.

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Louise Howland

Spring cleaning 101 – where to start

Natural light, open windows and fresh flowers – Spring has finally arrived! Whilst pulling back the curtains certainly feels good, it’s safe to say that the sunshine often exposes a multitude of sins. Suddenly, the film of dust that has being quietly accumulating on your windowsill is now laid bare, and the clutter you said you’d deal with a month back is painstakingly on show. But don’t worry, we’ve all been there! Whether you’re reading this in spring, winter, summer or autumn, there’s no time like the present to give your humble abode the once over. In this article, we’re going to explain how you can easily tackle that all-important spring clean, from the tools you’ll need to the best room to start in. Let’s get into it!

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Louise Howland

5 Small Steps To Lower Your Carbon Footprint 

When it comes to fighting the good fight against climate change, we can all do our bit. The good news is that you don’t need to hug any trees to make a start (I mean, you can if you want to…). From eco-friendly tote bags to reusable bottles, when it comes to going green, it really is the small things that make the biggest difference. So, we’ve compiled a list of little steps you can take to do your bit – but first, we must understand what a carbon footprint actually is and why it’s so important to reduce it.

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How do I know if my iPhone is unlocked?

If you’ve ever tried selling an iPhone through us, we will have asked you whether it is unlocked or not. Knowing the answer to this question is essential if you’re buying or selling a second-hand phone, but it also comes in handy if you’re looking to change providers or switch to a local SIM card when on your jollies. We’ve compiled four tried and tested ways you can check whether your iPhone is unlocked or not, so there’s bound to be a method that works for you.

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Catriona Elliott

7 Reasons Why You Should Recycle

Did you know studies have found that at least 50% of the materials thrown away by a person could be recycled instead? So, what better way to celebrate Global Recycling Day than – you guessed it – recycling! A lot of us do what we can, when we can, but we can all do better – not just for our communities but for the world as a whole.
We all know recycling is good for the planet – but why exactly? Read on to learn seven reasons why you should make recycling a standard part of your life, so you can keep doing your bit the other 364 days of the year.

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Catriona Elliott

Top 10 Books Everyone Should Read at Least Once

You’ve probably seen this kind of list countless times, but while most tend to be dozens of books long and heavily skewed towards classics, we’ve curated a definitive mix of genres written by diverse authors that won’t take you years to get through. Every one of these books has proven itself essential, whether by withstanding the test of time or wowing us with its prose and characters. Calling all bibliophiles, your next great read is waiting below.

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What were the best books of 2021?

It’s safe to say 2021 took inspiration from its predecessor and became another year for the history books. With COVID-19 still running rife, our everyday lives continued to be disrupted, but this time with a heavy dose of fatigue in tow. Books have been a fail-safe form of escapism for centuries, so it’s no surprise the pandemic has caused people to turn to the bookshelves for some comfort.

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Louise Howland

How to start decluttering your home

From sprucing up your home to preparing for a move, everyone has a different reason for wanting to declutter their space. However, depending on how much litter you’ve accumulated, making a start can often be an intimidating task. That’s where we come in. Whatever your motive and regardless of how much stuff you want to get rid of, our handy step-by-step guide is sure to point you in the right direction. Before we get into it, let’s first take a look at some decluttering FAQs, as well as the many benefits that come with tidying your space.

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10 Reasons Why You Should Start Selling Your Unused Books

We all have a sorry-looking stash of unused books that we keep meaning to get around to reading but never do. You’ll often find them stacked on your bedside table or lying under the sofa… or perhaps they’re still in the bag you originally bought them in! Not only do these books take up precious space, but they could also be preventing you from making some quick, easy cash. Read on to find out our top ten reasons why you should start selling your unused books today.

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Upcoming Video Games Set For 2022 Release

After a somewhat underwhelming year for video games, 2022 is certainly looking to make up for it. With a whole host of exciting new games set to be released, there’s something available for every gamer. From action-packed adventure to thrilling racing simulators, gamers will be spoilt for choice next year. So, let’s take a look at some of the most anticipated games set for release in 2022.

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Louise Howland

What are the differences between a tablet and an iPad?

It’s safe to say that iPads and tablets have come to be essential features in most homes and workplaces. Large touchscreen displays, downloadable apps and cutting-edge cameras make them the perfect hybrid of a laptop and a smartphone. If you’re a gadget fan, you’ve probably heard the words ‘iPad’ and ‘tablet’ a million times before – but just how interchangeable are these terms, and when it comes to the finer details, what makes them both distinct? Before we unpack the differences, let’s first take a closer look at what each one does.

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Louise Howland

How To Get Rid Of Your CD Collection

Decluttering your home? What better place to start than your CD collection which has, no doubt, been gathering dust for the past decade or so. Rather than just throwing it out, we’ll be showing you eco-friendly ways of CD disposal, so you can help yourself whilst helping the planet. So, before we take you through the best ways of getting rid of your old discs, let’s take a closer at why more and more of us are cutting ties with our once beloved collection.

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Louise Howland

How To Become A Minimalist In 5 Easy Steps

Minimalist lifestyles have been in vogue for the past couple of decades, and it’s not hard to see why. Based on principles of truth, order, simplicity and harmony, minimalism encourages you to dispose of anything that no longer serves a purpose in your life. This can be as trivial as throwing out an old T-Shirt that no longer fits, or something more important, like cutting ties with a friend. Whatever area of your life has become useless, minimalism asks you to stop clinging on and, put simply, just get rid. But how do you go about becoming a minimalist? Where do you start? Before we get into it, let’s first take a look at the many benefits minimalism has to offer.

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