Going for an interview can be daunting and thinking about your appearance might be the last thing on your mind. We have a few handy tips for how to look the part without breaking the bank.
Formal looking clothing doesn’t have to be expensive. High street stores such as Primark, George at Asda and Matalan sell a variety of work attire. Basic shirts and trousers start from as little as £4. It’s also worth having a look in charity shops as there are all sorts of bargains at a fraction of the high street prices.
Make sure you look well- kept. If you are wearing a tie, make sure it is strai...
September can be a difficult time, the kids back at school and the weather is starting to worsen, but it doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom; here are some fun ideas to make weekends even more exciting.
Jump arenas – They are becoming more and more popular with adults as well as children. It’s a fun way to interact with the kids as well as doing a bit of gentle exercise. Keep an eye out for Groupon deals for your local Jump arena as there could be big savings.
DIY pamper days- whether it’s with the kids, a partner or just having a laugh with friends; having a pamper day doesn’t have ...
Low fat Crust-less Quiche –
2 eggs beaten
1 tub of cottage cheese
Diced Ham (optional)
Pour all ingredients into a flan dish. Top off with sliced tomatoes, evenly spread on top. Then bake for approximately 20 minutes or until golden brown.
Heavenly Chocolate Pud
1 Bar of galaxy
Half a bar of galaxy caramel
2 mars bars
1 pot of double cream
Place all ingredients into a pan over the hob until all the contents is fully melted. Pour into small containers and put in the fridge for approximately 6 hours or until semi-solid.
Halloween is just around the corner, but this wonderful holiday doesn’t have to cost a lot. We have a few useful ideas to make Halloween 2017 extra special and inexpensive.
Decorations: Simple things that are fun to make with the kids. These spooky ghost bunting are really easy to make by only using a long piece of string, old white sheets or cloth, tennis or polystyrene balls and a marker pen.
You can create these creepy looking bloody hands to put on windows or the front door to scare the neighbours. All you need is red food colouring and PVA glue.
Carving or painting ...