Is your tenancy coming to an end?
Has time come for you to move out of your rented property?
Get prepared to safely check out, for your tenancy deposit could end up as a subject of disputes, claims and deductions on behalf your landlord. Unexpected repairs, agreement requirements or rough management.
In this article, you find a set of practical tenant tips to help you get your tenancy deposit refund back 100% guaranteed. Learn how to reduce deductions as low as possible. Continue reading
A fine Victorian country residence build by one of England’s richest commoners, William Gibbs. A visit to Tyntesfield near Bristol grants snapshots of everyday life spanning from 1844 till our days. The lives of four generations of the Gibbs family and their servants have left an imprint on the buildings and the land itself. The house passed through many different eras in our social, economic and industrial history and each one has left a trace or fragment unique to Tyntesfield.
Artists Project Earth: Films and Videos Dedicated To Preserving The Oceans
Accompanied by the support of Arts Council England, Artists Project Earth have put their best efforts into creating a magnificent and educational presentation involving the oceans, their great importance to humanity’s evolution and the many, very important reasons why they should be kept intact. To top things off and create a more realistic surrounding, thanks to a local company, two real-size whales have been sculptured with the help of local people and even 150 school children. The event is free, but donations are welcomed. It is set to happen on the 28th of July near the Rosalind Franklin Theatre, Anchor Road, Harbourside, Cabot.
Bristol has a lot to offer from a sightseeing perspective. Whether you are looking for a great day out or you want to be amused by monumental architecture and art heritage is up to you. Even if you are the adventures type you can come across some very interesting sights to visit. And the best part of it is that all those amazing spectacles can be experienced free of charge. So here are three completely different from one another sights you can visit and feel for yourself the complex nature and multidimensional spirit that our lovely Bristol has been carrying for centuries.
Magazines about homes and interior often represent our hopes and dreams when it comes to where we want to live, but often convince us these are too far out of our reach, because everything you see is too darn expensive. If you pay attention, you will see it. Price tags run too many zeroes for comfort, so the beautiful visions remain unachievable mirages. Though that’s a lie. Honestly, if you wish for your home to ooze luxury, it’s within your grasp. Continue reading
Boredom ranks as the worst sensation humans have experienced as it can be maddening. Unfortunately, this doesn’t only translate to activities and hobbies, but to places as well. One day you might love your home, but the feeling doesn’t really stay with you and eventually wake up with a home you can’t stand to be in. A fate worse than being bored doing something, because you have to live in your home – complicated, if you find it stale and constricting. What you need is some flavour, but without spending too much on it.
Life is busy now, isn’t? Adults around the world will nod their heads in appreciation of this universal truth. You enter into adulthood, so you’re charged with taking care of your life and eventually the lives of your family. Doesn’t sound quite as pleasant when you think of it and what you come face to face every day is a nigh infinite number of things to do and not nearly enough time to complete them. So what’s missing? A proper approach to understanding how you should be living against how you think you should be doing it. I will touch upon the habits you need to change in order to use the time you have wiser. Continue reading
As a professional office lurker I know of the pits and dangers, everyone faces when they join a firm or company dealing. It doesn’t matter what organization you join. Be ready to experience what everyone dreads in the cubicle jungle – big, bad projects. The kind that huffs and puffs, until chairs remain empty and those unfortunate assemble new CVs and begin the journey to new habitats. Those who do survive are often left scarred and exhausted, left alone to recharge until the next projects makes its way through the corporate calender. Oh my. Quite dismal now, isn’t it.
Why is Monday the scariest day of the week for so many of us? Because we’re reminded we have to go back to the real world, earn money and forget about fun in the general sense – cause work, that’s why. There’s a pretty good reason why this is. We devote more time and energy on our work and completely ignore the fact there is a balance between your inner and public lives. You can’t give 100% at work, unless you nurture yourself and you nurture yourself when you nurture the balance between private and work life. Many think they have nailed this balance, but the truth is severely different. Continue reading
Burnout is hottest new word on the block. If it lands on your lips, you know you’re in trouble – mental and physical trouble that is. Doctors will shake their head at you like a disapproving aunt should you get yourself to a state of burnout and the worst thing about burnouts – you don’t need to commit self-emulation to get one. Usually it creeps on you like that guy at the office you don’t really like to exchange words with, but who considers your friendship as the Holy Grail of social interaction. That’s how a burnout is. So, the common sense dictates the following – don’t get it. Continue reading