Soundtrack For The Cheltenham Festival

The Cheltenham Festival is almost upon us and, as is the case for any premier horse racing event, preparations are already being made by dedicated fans and future spectators. Wagers are being placed, horrendously large hats are being purchased and picnic baskets are being packed. But beyond the traditional preparations of examining Cheltenham betting odds online to… Read more »

January 23, 2015
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10 Inexpensive and Cool Ways to Show You Care

Are you looking for inexpensive gifts and things you can do to show your loved one you care? Here’s a list of 10 ideas that just can’t go wrong. The best part is that they don’t cost much money either. Cook Your Husband’s Favorite Meal Image via Flickr by marinakvillatoro Instead of ordering fast food… Read more »

January 21, 2015
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Destinations for the Perfect UK roadtrip

If you’re looking to have the ultimate holiday without spending an arm and a leg, consider visiting around the UK. We’ve mapped out some of our favorite destinations for you, starting with: Edinburgh  Scotland’s gem, Edinburgh, is the perfect place to experience great history, culture, food, and nightlife–all without staggering prices and big city attitudes…. Read more »

January 20, 2015
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Get organised! Finance tips for 2015

Download the Mint App If you’re trying to watch your spending, there’s a free app called Mint that tracks spending, saving, debt, loans and more–did I mention it’s free? It’s great because the design is really user-friendly, with vivid colours and pie charts, not like checking your bank balance. Mint allows you to set goals… Read more »

10 things to help students plan their budget

Students receive large sums of money to facilitate their stay in college. Planning a budget and sticking to it is necessary for students if they don’t want to find themselves struggling or in debt as the semester ends. Below are ten simple things that students can do to help them plan their budget.   Determine… Read more »

Why people enjoy taking risks

It takes a certain type of person to regularly engage in risky behaviour – whether that involves driving recklessly, taking part in extreme sports, taking drugs, drinking too much alcohol or gambling.  So why do we take risks? Is there a psychological catalyst at play? We spoke to Dr Lisa Dorn, a driver behaviour expert… Read more »

January 15, 2015
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