Articles by: Dan Hughes

Stress Busting Solutions for the Busy Londoner

September 30, 2015 1:34 pm0 comments
Stress Busting Solutions for the Busy Londoner

It’s scientifically proven that a massage can stimulate the organs and reduce stress – and if you live or work in London, a little pampering from time to time is absolutely essential. If you’re reading this and feeling more run down than an old pair of trainers, maybe these stress […]

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Ways to Make Money Online

September 1, 2015 1:23 pm0 comments
Ways to Make Money Online

The internet is a wonderful thing, it’s also something many of us use on a daily basis. If you’re a frequent web surfer and have the hours to put in, I would recommend you Check out the list of the best ways how to make money online(source for the article) […]

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10 Entertainers Who Never Quite Filled Their Own Shoes

May 12, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
10 Entertainers Who Never Quite Filled Their Own Shoes

Aside from the fact that they are all forms of popular entertainment, what do music, film, theatre, painting and offbeat performance art have in common? In short, it’s many people who never quite realise their true potential. Whether it’s self-destruction, tragedy, over enthusiast media hype or some other unexplainable force […]

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Audio Book Give-Away: Flash in the Pan: Sticks Like Glue

May 4, 2015 9:05 am3 comments
Audio Book Give-Away: Flash in the Pan: Sticks Like Glue

Audio book give away… More often than not, life can feel like a continual loop of struggle, stress, routine and never ending chores. But between the cracks of the mundane lie the weird and the wonderful: things we often dismiss; people we refuse to see and moments that we fail […]

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Generation Z: Why We Must Nurture the Crop

October 3, 2014 12:27 pm0 comments
Generation Z: Why We Must Nurture the Crop

Ahem, can I have your attention please? Now that you’ve lowered your smartphone from eye level and jettisoned the Facebook tab from your internet browser, I’ll begin.

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Taking Five at Curry 36: My Discovery of the Berliner Currywurst

February 28, 2014 12:00 pm0 comments
Taking Five at Curry 36: My Discovery of the Berliner Currywurst

After making my descent from the pinnacle of Viktoriapark I began to feel very peckish, so when I stumbled across Berlin’s famous Currywurst vendor, Curry 36, I was ecstatic to say the least. The previous day, I had been to the official Currywurst Museum, which not only offered a light-hearted […]

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Job Insights: An Interview with Emma Parker of Coutours

December 26, 2013 3:07 pm0 comments
Job Insights: An Interview with Emma Parker of Coutours

With such a rich, intriguing and occasionally very bizarre history, London is rife with iconic landmarks, charismatic old buildings and hidden secrets – but whether a resident or a tourist, there is so much to explore, it can be a little overwhelming when deciding on what to see or do… […]

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How Bizarre: From Rags to Riches…and Quickly Back to Rags

December 19, 2013 2:00 pm0 comments
How Bizarre: From Rags to Riches…and Quickly Back to Rags

Everyone loves a good ‘rags to riches’ story. From Oprah Winfrey to Sir Richard Branson, these often incredible fairy tales of self-made success (despite a modest or difficult start in life) have the ability to inspire hope in the hearts of even the most hardened of cynics. But they don’t […]

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