Jess Young

Jess Young

Jess is a writer at the UK's largest independent press agency SWNS. She runs women's real-life magazine Real-Fix.com, as well as contributing articles and features to all of the major titles and digital publications.

Switch Off and Unplug in Greenland

Switch Off and Unplug in Greenland

Wake up, grab your phone, check your emails, and log in to Facebook, before you’ve even brushed your teeth. This is an everyday reality for most Brits who live a life dependant on technology, but what if all that scrolling is bad for our health? According to a recent study,...

Common Festival Problems

Common Festival Problems

Starting your own festival can be a daunting task for anybody whether they’re new to the game or you’ve already gone through a couple yourself. Everybody wants a hugely successful festival and getting to that point takes a lot of work and mostly, lots of planning. Planning for every eventuality...

Health and Safety Awareness in Estate Agencies

Health and Safety Awareness in Estate Agencies

Health and Safety is of vital importance in any business, Estate Agencies are no different in this regard. Whether it’s the safety of their own employees or the safety of any potential customers who they’re showing around properties. It’s up to the Estate Agencies to ensure the safety of any...

How To Create Your Own Hamper

How To Create Your Own Hamper

It might be hard to believe right now, but the summer is most definitely on its way. And when the warmer months arrive, what better time of year is there to get out there and enjoy the countryside in all its glory, complete with a fantastic hamper packed full of...

How Much Data Can Your Brain Store?

How Much Data Can Your Brain Store?

So how much data can your brain store? This sounds like a very scientific question with an answer that many of us could not understand or comprehend. But with pioneering research we have been able to work out not only how much data your brain can store but have discovered...

Can a kooky office design benefit your staff?

Can a kooky office design benefit your staff?

After Google introduced the world to its wacky slides a decade ago, a new era of interior office design was born. Many companies have since followed and started a kooky office trend, in hope of inspiring their staff and attracting the best talent – from the indoor forests of Fashion...

How customer loyalty can drive employee performance

How customer loyalty can drive employee performance

A customer loyalty scheme can be used to build brand loyalty and generate repeat business. Customer loyalty programmes provider, Corporate Rewards explain how customer loyalty sign-up can also be a great way to motivate staff and provide a platform for continued high performance. Incentivise sign up Signing up customers to...

Where to find the best designer shops in Dubai

Where to find the best designer shops in Dubai

Dubai is a shopper’s paradise. With an endless array of stores, boutiques and market stalls spread across the city’s vast landscape, it’s no surprise that millions of visitors flock here every year to indulge in some top-notch retail therapy. The shopping scene in Dubai is second to none, but this...

8 things you can do in Paris – for free!

8 things you can do in Paris – for free!

City breaks are all about discovering the hidden and undiscovered parts of a place. While there are a huge number of attractions available, we often find that the best things in an unfamiliar city cost nothing (and help you avoid a lot of the tourist traps) – which is why...

5 must-see boroughs of London

5 must-see boroughs of London

One of the best things about visiting London is it’s diverse and eclectic vibe; with each district showcasing it’s own, unique personality. Everyone seems to have their own opinion as to which area trumps the rest, so here are a selection of our favourite boroughs that you should definitely try...

How to Use Satire in Writing

How to Use Satire in Writing

Satirical writing probably seems like a very challenging thing to attempt, especially if you are an inexperienced writer. But, you can use satire in writing once you learn how. Of course, understanding that satire is comedic criticism will more than likely help you in the process? You will see satirical...

5 Ways to Add Value to Your Home This Spring

5 Ways to Add Value to Your Home This Spring

The housing market has been rocked recently, after the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics) announced that stagnant buyer demand is continuing to cause a pronounced slowdown. The snap general election is scarcely helping this state of affairs, creating a significant decline that is unlikely to be reversed any time...

Khan-Do: Mayor to ‘Name and Shame’ Rogue Landlords

Khan-Do: Mayor to ‘Name and Shame’ Rogue Landlords

There will be no escaping in cyberspace for rogue and criminal letting agents and landlords in London, after tough-talking Mayor Sadiq Khan launched an online initiative to "name and shame" the money-grabbing miscreants. The popular Labour mayor announced the bold move after joining an enforcement raid in Newham to root...

Is Samsung Finally Correcting its Software Issues?

Is Samsung Finally Correcting its Software Issues?

Samsung's fortunes have fluctuated in recent times, with their quest to challenge and ultimately supersede market rivals Apple achieving mixed results.  By 2014, for example, Samsung's profits were in decline, while the brand had been undermined by continued suggestions that they had cynically replicated the popular iPhone design. This all...

London’s motoring history

London’s motoring history

London is often overlooked as a hub of automotive industry in this country. Besides the historic nature of our capital, our first-thought, perhaps understandably, is to the midlands and the north of England. If you look more closely however, you’ll find that London played a crucial role in elevating some...

London’s best summer events 2017

London’s best summer events 2017

If you’re in London over the summer months, there are countless great activities and events to get involved in for both the local Londoner as well as those just passing through, catering to every taste. Sports and racing There are numerous large-scale athletics competitions and races in London during the...

Which CFD Is Best For You?

Which CFD Is Best For You?

The world of CFDs can be intimidating if you are a newcomer to them. Even once you’ve wrapped your head around the way they work, there’s still a lot to get to grips with them. Let’s say you’ve got some money set aside, and have found a reputable broker, what...

Translating the Untranslatable Trump: Can it be done?

Translating the Untranslatable Trump: Can it be done?

Translators always need to make sure that there are no inconsistencies, ambiguities or errors in their translations. So translating a politician who uses inconsistent, ambiguous and error-ridden language on a daily basis can be difficult. Translators and interpreters worldwide have suffered bigly thanks to the President of the United States....

Top Trends for Real Estate Marketing in 2017

Top Trends for Real Estate Marketing in 2017

In the real estate industry, making sure you are marketing yourself well is a crucial part of business. After all, if you aren’t putting out the right message about yourself as a firm, you’re highly unlikely to attract new customers. Improving your internal marketing, and creating a strategy to put...

What Nation Is The Most Beauty Obsessed?

What Nation Is The Most Beauty Obsessed?

When it comes to beauty, different nationalities spend more on different things or use things more than other nationalities. But who exactly spends most on skin care or surgery and which nationality uses the most? We probably all have an pre existing assumption of which nationalities and countries we expect...

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