Frostie

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Name: Frostie
Date registered: August 1, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Living with less: Do you Dare? — September 21, 2017
  2. Pepe, The Sound Stacker Puppy From Hape – How Cute by Dr Kathleen Thompson — September 19, 2017
  3. Sitting Is The New Smoking — September 18, 2017
  4. What’s More Popular for Online Gaming Laptops, Desktops, Tablets or Smartphones? — September 15, 2017
  5. Accommodation apps: how are traditional hotels being affected? — September 14, 2017

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Sep 21

Living with less: Do you Dare?

The decision to downsize never comes easy, but luckily, almost always it turns out to be the greatest thing. The mere thought of moving is horrifying enough, not to mention the planning, organization, and decision making along the way. Scary as it sounds, it is a venture that many people undertake for a reason and, …

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Sep 19

Pepe, The Sound Stacker Puppy From Hape – How Cute by Dr Kathleen Thompson

 When I was asked to review this sweet wooden stacker toy, by Hape, I knew I needed help. So I called in the resident toy expert, Henry. At fifteen months old, Henry has approximately fourteen months experience of testing toys to destruction, so I was confident in his assessment. With true professionalism, he started with …

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Sep 18

Sitting Is The New Smoking

Infographic from Discount Supplements UK on the dangers of a desk job and how you can combat them.  

Sep 15

What’s More Popular for Online Gaming Laptops, Desktops, Tablets or Smartphones?

Video games have never been in a stronger place than they are in 2017, with the estimated market value of the industry sitting at around $108 billion dollars. Of this staggering figure, mobile gaming takes a huge percentage, valued at around $35.3bn, consoles following closely at $33.5bn and PC gaming, often considered by many gaming …

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Sep 14

Accommodation apps: how are traditional hotels being affected?

The hospitality industry is bigger than you think, and with travelling becoming even easier, it is continuing to grow. The industry contributes towards a large proportion of Britain’s overall GDP – whilst employing a significant number of workers too. Overall, the total gross value-added contribution to GDP was estimated to be around £143 billion in …

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Sep 11

University Is Too Expensive and a Waste of Time, Say UK Graduates

BY ASTRID HALL One in four graduates now regret having gone to university, according to research. A survey found the most common reasons to rue time spent in further education are paying too much for their degree, wasting their time and making bad choices such as not choosing subject or institution more carefully. The study …

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Sep 08

TheBruvs – Animated Comedy Series

Why hasn’t there been a massively successful UK animated sitcom – in the style of US juggernauts The Simpsons or Family Guy? That’s a question that got me thinking about 10 years ago. Just over two years ago I decided to try to do something about it. That is how TheBruvs.com was born. Short, punchy …

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Sep 01

Selina Siak Chin Yoke On Becoming a Writer

I began writing out of desperation and a cherished dream. While recovering from breast cancer, I went into a chemo-induced depression without realising it. I had no idea what was wrong, only that the ground beneath me seemed to have collapsed. Months passed. When I still found no equilibrium, I went to see a counsellor …

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