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You’re two weeks into the New Year, and your good intentions of ‘New Year, new me’ are a distant memory, the cupboards are as bare as your bank account, and the weather makes you want to build a bed fort and stay there until The Great British Bake Off returns.
Blue Monday is here, and whether or not you believe in the day itself, there’s a lot to be said for wanting a pick me up after the festivities have long passed, and the post Christmas blues start to kick in.
So we have come up with 5 ways to beat that Blue Monday feeling...
We recently ran a survey on what people love and hate about Christmas – and when they get stuff done.
The results revealed there are Christmas pros among us, ticking off Christmas tasks at a staggering rate and before most of us have even considered Halloween.
So, are you one of the Christmas pros?
It's the same every year. One minute you're clearing up the Halloween cobweb streamers, the next you're being targeted by relatives arranging imminent Christmas visits.
Sure it’s a time to be merry and bright, but it can also get a little stressful. Fear not – we've put together our top Christmas hacks to get you through the festive season with your peace of mind – and wallet – intact.
'Tis the season to be jolly – but it's hard to stay jolly when those fancy lights you invested in last Christmas are already flickering out after a year in storage…
While dodgy lights can cast a shadow on your decorating, fixing the problem isn't always difficult. Here's our list of common problems and solutions to get your home merry and bright again soon.
Your boiler’s job is to keep you, your family and your home warm. While it always needs to be in good working condition, it’s most essential during the run-up to Christmas.
It’s important to recognise when your boiler may need attention, before it has chance to break down in the chilly weather.
Here are seven tips to help you know if you should book an engineer to take a look at your boiler…
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