Dealing With The Stress Of An Injury In The Family

With personal injuries comes the likelihood that there will be additional stress and anxiety to manage. Not only does the person who got hurt suffer, but the entire family unit may be impacted as well.

The good news is there are a variety of ways to keep your household running smoothly while the injured person recovers. It’s crucial for every member of the family to work together and stay hopeful at such a strenuous time. Learn to lean on one another and ask for help when you need it so you can all try to manage better and get through this frustrating situation without fighting or arguing. Continue reading “Dealing With The Stress Of An Injury In The Family”

The decrease in adult learning – are we clued up on funding?

Regardless of the evidence which is clearly pointing to the fact that adults who continue learning following the completion of their compulsory education go on to be more productive and live healthier lives, the numbers surrounding mature students who return to education continue to drop. The numbers have more than halved since 2011.

The main reason for this is the confusion surrounding access to funding, even though there are many other contributing factors at play. In an effort together with the Newcastle College uniformed public services department, we further explore the types of funding available: Continue reading “The decrease in adult learning – are we clued up on funding?”

Success Is All About Hard Work (And A Little Luck!)

Success is fickle. It likes to make you work hard to get her and just when it is inches within your grab, it will find another suitor. Thousands of people across the globe are working 12 to 16 hours a day, trying to get a taste of success. If all of us are working hard and we are doing everything possible in our capacity to reach heights, why are we still stuck in the daily rut? The answer is simple- luck. Continue reading “Success Is All About Hard Work (And A Little Luck!)”

Is it possible to extend the lifespan of your smartphone?

According to The Consumer Electronics Association’s research carried out in 2015, the average smartphone lasts 4.7 years. However, a study by Kantar WorldPanel found that the average US smartphone user only wants to keep their device for 22 months before upgrading to a newer model.

But, do you want to keep your phone for longer than that? Here are some tips that could see your smartphone going strong and looking like new for many years to come… Continue reading “Is it possible to extend the lifespan of your smartphone?”

How Studying At A Business School Can Guarantee You A Paid Internship

We live in a world that is becoming highly competitive when it comes to workforce. Even if you are applying for an entry-level position in any field, you will realise that they require a certain amount of experience. So the question is – how do you gain that experience right after you graduate? Continue reading “How Studying At A Business School Can Guarantee You A Paid Internship”

Tips to Help Keep You From Experiencing Depression in Your Business

In today’s world, business moves at a breakneck speed. The customer is always right, deadlines must be met, and our bosses are not always the easiest to get along with. When you include the rest of the chaos life throws at us, kids, spouses, bills, and even recreation, the pressure can easily make you feel like the proverbial elephant is sitting on your chest. Depression can set in before you know it. Nonetheless, we must find a way to balance it all and succeed. Here are a few ways to ward off the threat: Continue reading “Tips to Help Keep You From Experiencing Depression in Your Business”

DM Design Win Best Bedroom for Second Year Running

Bespoke bathrooms, kitchens and bedrooms specialist DM Design has bagged the Best Bedroom Company award again, winning the prestigious accolade for the second year in a row at this year’s Home Improvement Awards. Continue reading “DM Design Win Best Bedroom for Second Year Running”

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