Sarah Smith

Sarah Smith

Sarah is a writer and guest blogger. Her work is regularly published in the national press and on many popular websites and blogs, including Huff Post and TheLondonEconomic.

A new way of shopping – let the shop choose for you!

A new way of shopping – let the shop choose for you!

I’ve just had my personality profiled by a... furniture store.  Made.com have come up with a fun and fantastic tool that tells you what type of furniture and decor matches your personality.  They've teamed up with Applied Colour & Design Psychology Expert Karen Haller to help you find the interior design...

AI set to transform dentistry

AI set to transform dentistry

Set to permeate all fields of healthcare and already doing so in many, artificial intelligence (AI) is now being embraced by the world of dentistry, which has recognised it as the powerful and progressive technology that it is. Indeed, it is very much an obligation of the healthcare industry as...

Layering Rugs the Ideal Home Décor Trend

Though Simple, rolling out a rug is an efficient approach to cozying your house. Layering rugs blend perfectly with not only hardwood floors or carpet floors. On both floors, these rugs will facilitate a smooth room texture. Layering rugs have since become a convenient house interior trend. Many homeowners are...

In pictures: Paddy’s day at Cheltenham

Where did your Grand National fancy finish?

Irish-trained horses took the 2018 Grand National by storm as four of the 15-horse raiding party from Ireland filled the first four places, as well as providing eight of the 12 horses that completed the race. That shouldn't come as too much of a shock though as Irish-trainers also supplied...

Knives out over Nornickel

Knives out over Nornickel

Environmental groups are upping the pressure on Whitehall to accelerate the transition to electric vehicles (EVs), with the Green Alliance urging the government last week to ban petrol and diesel cars by 2030. That highly ambitious timeframe for phasing out combustion engines would do wonders for reducing air pollution. Unfortunately,...

How long do uPVC windows last?

How long do uPVC windows last?

uPVC windows are known for their numerous benefits over wooden and other window types. They’re noise-reducing, more secure, need little maintenance and keep homes warmer, thus saving on energy bills. However, the overall lifespan of uPVC windows will depend on a number of factors. First of all there’s the quality...

Ten great ideas for a Stag Party in London

Ten great ideas for a Stag Party in London

Planning your best friend’s stag do is a task of great responsibility - and subsequently great pressure! You want plan something that’ll be memorable, entertaining and engaging without resorting to anything too easy or predictable. Fortunately, if you find yourself in London, there is a big list of amazingly fun...

Is flying from regional airports better?

Is flying from regional airports better?

The start of a holiday all too often involves the stressful experience of navigating your way round colossal airport terminals and splashing out on pricey parking spots. Contrary to popular belief, this doesn't have to be the case. The benefits of flying from local airports outside London are twofold, here's a few...

Displaying your own art work in a gallery

Displaying your own art work in a gallery

The big night is finally drawing nearer, and all of your hard work is about to pay off. You have spent countless nights tirelessly painting, sculpting, or drawing, and you are supremely nervous yet excited regarding how people will react to your work. You may, however, be wondering just what...

Unique investment ideas

Unique investment ideas

For some people, investing just isn't exciting enough. They love watching their money grow and knowing that they're providing for their future plans, but the actual tools they use for investment just feel a little bland. A fund is a fund, a bond is a bond. Some investors just need...

Brexit voters comprehensively shafted the young

Brexit voters comprehensively shafted the young

Older people who voted for Brexit have ‘comprehensively shafted the young’. That’s the view of Sir Vince Cable, writing for the Mail on Sunday this weekend. He accuses over-65s of being ‘self-declared martyrs’ who claim leaving the EU is worth the cost. ‘The old have comprehensively shafted the young'... 'And...

9 Things To Consider When Doing Business Internationally

9 Things To Consider When Doing Business Internationally

If you’re thinking of expanding your business internationally, then you’re probably envisioning new opportunities for business growth, market share, and corporate profits. While this is an exciting proposition, it’s not easy to go from a national business to an international one. Expect to take on significant risks and meet with...

Marketers need to sleep around more

Marketers need to sleep around more

John Brown looks at why being devoted to a single strategy or channel is the wrong approach... If you remove politicians and footballers, humans have a pretty staggering tendency to bond for life. We’re one of only a handful of mammal species that pair and commit. This innate loyalty is...

Overseas energy jobs: DON’T LEAVE the EU

Overseas energy jobs: DON’T LEAVE the EU

A new survey has revealed that energy professionals who work or live within the EU (i.e professionals working in overseas energy jobs) don’t want the UK to leave, but it’s close. A sample of energy sector workers in overseas energy jobs took part in the EU referendum survey. The results of...

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