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A Gentleman’s Guide to Tweed

Are you tempted by tweed, but don’t know your herringbone from your houndstooth? Then check out Samuel Windsor’s gentleman’s guide to tweed, for everything you need to know about this versatile fabric.

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What You Need to Know Before Moving to London

Moving to a vibrant city such as London requires planning and knowing where to start can be overwhelming for most people. To give you a helping hand, this infographic provides a brief snapshot of the city’s fascinating history, continuing on to cover more pertinent present day points such as travel, tourism, food, population, utilities, tax, child care, schooling, and much more.

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10 Types of College Roommates

For many of us, going to college is the first time we have to live with someone outside of our family. Is it a good thing, or a bad thing? Well, it can be both. For those of us, who are just about to open this page of life, OmniPapers has prepared an infographic on 10 Types of College Roommates

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21 Benefits of Learning a Musical Instrument

There’s an old saying, “Everybody plays a musical instrument or wishes that they did.” Music is important on so many levels and becoming a musician has plenty of positive aspects. This infographic by The Musician Lab describes 21 benefits of getting into music through a musical instrument.

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10 Unexpected Natural Remedies For Insomnia

Eight hours of sleep has become a luxury to many people in this fast-paced world. The most significant problem when it comes to sleep nowadays is actually falling asleep when it’s time to, so we can wake up refreshed and energized. But you don’t want to fall into the black hole of becoming dependent on sleep medication- so check out these 10 natural remedies to help you get your sleep cycle back on track.

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8 Proven Ways to Repair Damaged Hair

Do you have a problem with damaged hair? You are not alone as all women have experienced this problem since the beginning of time. There are a few ways to fix your damaged hair. The following infographic by The Barbr looks at 8 proven ways to repair your damaged hair.

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Stereotypical Neighbors From Hell

Often in the movies, your next-door neighbor is often portrayed as a kind, well-natured person – someone you can trust and a relationship to nurture in the future. Unfortunately the reality is often a far cry from this. It’s inevitable that you’ll eventually stumble across a nightmarish neighbor. Whether it’s an early riser with a petrol mower, or a neighbor with constantly barking dogs, there’s a number of stereotypes that grind our gears.

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From Braids to Beehives: Ultimate Halloween Hairstyles

Halloween is a chance to strut your hairstyling skills with some bold styles that go beyond everyday looks. For example, although you would probably never wear a tall beehive to the office, an Elvira Halloween costume is a chance to experiment with dramatic height. Similarly, an old-fashioned Game Of Thrones style might be a bit much if you’re heading out to do errands. But paired with a cape, these curls and braids make for a stunning Halloween style.

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12 Bad Habits That Can Lead To Hair Loss

Hair loss is one of the most frustrating aspects of life. Even worse, it can occur because of various reasons and circumstances. It is often hard to understand the exact reason behind your sudden increase in hair loss. The reasons can be many including health issues, medications and even the way we care for our hair. In this infographic, TheBarbr looks at 12 bad habits that can lead to hair loss.

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How to Get Married for Under £1000 (or $1,300 or So)

This infographic from Money Guru details essential wedding costs, where you can save money and how you can make your day magical simply by putting your creative head on. Get married for under £1000 and you’ll still have the perfect day – you’ll also be giving yourself the very best chance to make the rest of your life perfect, too.

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The Must Have Items to Build a Family Disaster Kit

Having a disaster kit is an important step to have your family prepared for an emergency. In this infographic from Survivor’s Fortress, learn what items you need to have to build your own disaster kit. Also learn how to keep it in the best condition so you can face any difficult event with a plan and have the essentials to keep your family safe.

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Moving Back Home: A Survival Guide

An incredible 25% of 20-34 year olds are currently living with their parents, this often being a cheaper option to renting or the ever-more-unaffordable option of a mortgage. Many are in this position in order to pay off debt – student loans or otherwise – whilst others are using this option to save for a wedding, house or new wheels. Thankfully there are many advantages to moving back home with your parents, alongside a few pointers to be mindful of.

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Eye Health

Are you taking proper care of your eyes? Chances are you are ignoring your eye health altogether until there’s a problem. You need to do more for your eyes. Learn more about eye health in this infographic from Frames Direct.

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Top 11 Toy Drone Gift Guide

Do you have a kid with a birthday or holiday coming up? Check out the following toy drone gift guide that is not only fun, but will teach them responsibility as well.

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