Why You Really Should Consider an IT Consultancy

You might assume that it’s something only big businesses do. You might even think that there is nothing you would gain from it. Or you could even be among the few people who have never heard of an IT consultant. If you fall into any of these you would not have seriously considered hiring a consultant and why would you?

There are many great reasons to hire an external IT cosultant for your business and here we list the four we think you really should know about. (more…)

6 Great Vegan Protein Sources

In the last several years we have become more concerned as a society about what we eat. Many diets have come, and many have gone. One lifestyle change that many people have adopted is veganism. Why has being vegan become so popular in recent years? Many people have found some serious health benefits associated with a meat and dairy free lifestyle. People find that being vegan makes them not only feel better, but look better too. (more…)

How to Save Money by Doing Tasks Yourself Rather Than Hiring a Contractor

If you’re looking to make some home improvements, but you don’t want to spend a fortune, it may be possible to take care of it yourself. While some tasks should only ever be done by a professional, qualified contractor, there are some things that can be completed on a DIY basis.

Here, we’ll look at some of the best tasks you can do yourself in order to save a lot of money. (more…)

Different ISA Options for You to Consider

ISAs or Individual Savings Accounts, are a popular way for us to invest and save. One of the main appeals of these is the fact they’re tax-free on savings of up to £15,240, however, ISAs aren’t simply a one-size fits all scenario.

There are a variety of different options you can consider. Better still, these can suit specific needs and situations; in this post we’ve detailed a few examples of ISAs that you may wish to invest in. (more…)

Why a Log Burner is Amazing at Saving Energy

Energy saving is one of the keywords of modern living. We are constantly reminded of the fact that fossil fuels are not infinite, and that climate change is a real threat to the world. Yet, we need to keep our homes warm, and we tend to use gas or electric central heating – or for those in more remote places, perhaps oil – to power our heating systems. During the 1960’s and 1970’s, when central heating began to become more commonplace, many homeowners with older houses stopped using traditional open fires and many were blocked up as a result, and replaced with more modern gas versions. However, the open, wood burning fire is now becoming more popular, and so are log burners. (more…)

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