Wishlist for the Home: Spring Edition

Since living in my own apartment, the old days of spending all my wages on unnecessary clothes and food has gone, and instead I actually get excited at things I can buy for the home. I’ve started to actually take pride in my place and there’s now no better feeling than having guests over who genuinely compliment […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Creating the Perfect Bachelor Pad

Every eligible bachelor’s home should represent who they are. People should be able to get a feel for your personality, style, and maybe even your hobbies when they pay you a visit. It might sound like a lot to think about, but decorating your living space certainly doesn’t have to be a difficult process. You […]

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The Perfect Time of Year to Appreciate a Lazy Day

If you’re anything like me, then January and February are the worst months. You don’t have the excitement of Christmas, and things only start to look up as the nights draw out closer to Spring. You’ve also got that dreaded 5 week payday to contend with (it was all so exciting getting paid early but […]

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Tried and Tested Last Minute Gifts for Christmas

I know this time of the year can be a bit of a struggle to buy the perfect gift for loved ones, but it’s even harder when buying for a lad. We know what we want, but don’t want to ask for it. Anyway, as a blogger I get to try out loads of things […]

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4 Tips On How to Pass Your Driving Theory Test

Before you take your practical driving test, you need to pass your driving theory test. This can seem a bit daunting at times. It costs £23 for each theory test you take, so if you’re nervous about passing, it is completely understandable. Thankfully, Pass N’ Go has some advice for you to help you pass. […]

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Best Safety Tips for Riding a Motorcycle

If you’re new to the world of motorcycling, then you may be a bit nervous about hitting the road. This is especially true if you’ve only ever driven in a car before, as you are not used to having your whole body exposed. Nonetheless, riding a bike can be a much better experience, not to […]

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Restaurant Review: Café Rouge, Liverpool

If there’s one thing I love about this time of year, it’s the Autumn/Winter menus popping up in restaurants all over. There’s nothing better on a cold Autumn day than a warming stew or homemade soup to warm you up and bring back those childhood homely memories. That said, I was excited to be recently asked […]

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