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Category: Hobbies

Enjoying your Hobby without Ruining your Relationship

Enjoying your Hobby without Ruining your Relationship

We all have our hobbies – some of us enjoy climbing, some love painting, and others love recreating battle scenes. Our hobbies are great creative outlets and one of the best-known natural stress relievers. However – much to the dismay of our loved ones – some of […]

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5 ways to transform your spare room

5 ways to transform your spare room

Do you have a spare room? Lucky you! But honestly, when was the last time someone actually used it? Instead of leaving your spare room unused, why not transform it into your own personal sanctuary? A yoga studio, a music room, or perhaps even your own fully […]

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A Shed Load of Space

A Shed Load of Space

The humble garden shed has come a long way over the years. Cobweb-ridden and full of rusty gardening tools, they were historically (and stereotypically) a place only the man of the house would frequent, newspaper in hand, to avoid the mayhem of the house. Fast forward to […]

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Growing Your Own – Can You Dig It?

Growing Your Own – Can You Dig It?

Traditionally the pastime of flat-capped grandads, the humble act of gardening, and in particular growing your own, is attracting a new, younger audience. In line with the surge in popularity of other traditional (read old fashioned) hobbies adopted by hipsters in recent years – knitting, taxidermy, colouring […]

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What a catas-trophy

What a catas-trophy

With the Olympics and Paralympics just around the corner, 2016 is set to deliver a super summer of sport with athletes from every nation going for gold. Let’s take a look at some of the more weird and wonderful trophies out there.

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More than just a music collection

More than just a music collection

  Digital music downloads and live streaming now account for the majority of all music purchased, so you’d be forgiven for presuming our home music collections were carefully curated libraries taking up no more room than a few megabytes on a hard drive. The reality is an […]

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Going for Goal-d: The most expensive football memorabilia of all time

Going for Goal-d: The most expensive football memorabilia of all time

With the Euros coming to an end, you might be tempted to head into the loft and dig out that box of footie collectables you haven’t seen for years. We look at some of the most expensive football memorabilia of all time. You never know, you may discover some […]

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Carving a future from the kitchen table – Top businesses to start from home

Carving a future from the kitchen table – Top businesses to start from home

Setting up a business from home can be a lucrative way of turning a passion into profit. With no office rent and no time wasted commuting, there are certainly perks to working from the comfort of your own home. Here are some of our favourite entrepreneurial endeavours […]

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The pros and cons of dating an extreme sport enthusiast

The pros and cons of dating an extreme sport enthusiast

Ever dream about dating an extreme sports enthusiast? As a surfer, partner and father, I can tell you from personal experience that living with someone who enjoys extreme sports can have its ups and downs. Much like bungee jumping, it’s not everyone’s idea of a good time, […]

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How to go on an exciting family gap year to travel the world

How to go on an exciting family gap year to travel the world

Interview with Courtney Adamo – by Karine Candice Köng, BODIE and FOU

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