There are countless reasons a person might want to make his or her way in show business. From entertaining the public to sharing important stories, some prospective entertainers are in it for the audiences. Others, however, have their eyes on fame and fortune. Whatever might be motivating you to take this potentially treacherous career journey, your answers to the following questions will help illuminate the … Continue reading Answer These Three Questions Before Setting Off to Make It Big in Hollywood
Ernst Stavro Blofeld, the fictional, criminal character that appears in a series of James Bond films, written by author Ian Fleming. The crazy, genius, mastermind who has aspirations to take over the World and gain total domination and power over every Country. First appearing in Thunderball he was the archenemy of James Bond, a Secret Service Agent working for the British Government. Blofeld, infamous for … Continue reading The Criminal Mastermind with a CAT!
If you own a ‘buy to let’ property or are renting out your own property, you will want to protect your investment and rent it out to the right people. Image Credit While there are never any guarantees, there are things you can do to ensure you do business with the right people, protecting both your property and your income. The Law All landlords need … Continue reading Six steps to finding your perfect tenants
Making your own presents is both enjoyable and thrifty. Your recipient will be delighted to receive a special hand-crafted gift that is quirky and personal. It is not long until Mother’s Day and Father’s Day and there are a number of gifts that you might want to make, or you could start planning for your homemade christmas gifts! Here are some festive suggestions for treating … Continue reading Try your hand at homemade gifts for all occasions
Did you know that the shape of the cheese determines how it should be cut? If you have not taken this detail into account, it is likely that you have ended up spoiling its original shape. We share some tricks with you. Put them into practice!
Today, we have a wide variety of tricks for cutting cheese. Although it seems like a simple and unscientific task, you really have to know how to do it correctly so as not to spoil it. Each type of cheese requires different handling, according to its shape and properties. Do you want to know how to cut it? Continue reading “Tips for cutting cheese”
Fashion is a forever changing trend, and for top clothing stores around the world, keeping up with that fashion demand is a full-time job; clothes usually come in, go into the sale, and then eventually new clothing is introduced. According to ‘Wrap’, £140 million pounds worth of clothing goes to UK landfills each year, which to many is shocking. When you are looking for your … Continue reading How You can have a Sustainable Fashion Sense
The workplace is constantly evolving, with new practices and emerging technology, and there are a number of trends that are set to dominate 2020, from employee monitoring and the hiring of retired workers to voice activation of devices such as Siri and Alexa. It’s an exciting time as businesses are changing for the better and becoming more profitable thanks to these trends. Continue reading “5 workplace trends for 2020”
There’s no doubt that over the last few years there has been a great deal of uncertainty in the UK about where we are heading. Following on from the most recent general election (December 2019) and the landslide win achieved by the Conservative party, there is hope for a period of stability in leadership to manage the last days of Brexit and beyond. Continue reading “What Does the New Government Mean for Engineering?”
Leicester has been in the headlines a lot recently for the football club’s astonishing success in the Premier League. Whilst also well known for such famous faces as David and Richard Attenborough and Gary Lineker – there are quite a few other celebrities that have links to Leicester that you might not realise. Here we will take a look at some other big names who were born in the city or have spent time living there. Continue reading “Has Leicester’s Got Talent?”
Despite it being invented by a student at an English Public school one country above all others has taken to the game and made it their own. Rugby in Wales is not so much a sport it is more of a religious experience. This is especially true when you factor in the deeply religious songs that are infused within it when it is played. Land of my Fathers, Bread of heaven and Cwm Rhondda are all perfect for a crowd and you would be hard pushed to find more passionate fans. The song Hymns and Arias by Max Boyce illustrates the relationship perfectly. Whilst never world cup winner’s Wales are regular quarter or semi-finalists plus they have won the 6 nations in all its permutations second only to England (28 to 26). What is it about the game that enthuses so? Continue reading “Rugby Union and the Welsh, a perfect match.”