Having a hectic lifestyle is part and parcel of being a Londoner, your house is often the most neglected part of your life. There is a multitude of tasks to attend to in your house, but your very basic tool box doesn't extend much beyond the simple screwdriver. Why spend a fortune on expensive tools when you can very conveniently call in a reliable handyman and someone who is professional trained and highly qualified to do the task.
No man is an islandâ€¦ even in this crazy city of nearly 9 million people. As our social lives become blighted by a relentless barrage of useless information on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, is anyone else desperate just to reconnect the old-fashioned way?
On their website, Fantastic Services claim that their success and growth over the years has been the result of sticking to a "core philosophy of the highest quality of service, delivered with both convenience and professionalism in mind".
There's more to London than just Oxford Street and each area has its own unique flavour and style. So how do you decide where to live in London? Â Hereâ€™s a short rundown of the central London boroughs. Hopefully youâ€™ll find this helpful when deciding on where to live in the city!
If the plethora of adverts on the Underground are to be believed it seems people have become incapable of meeting each other without the help of aÂ dating.com.
The world has become virtually smaller and now an increasing number of us are choosing to move city, country and even continent. Whether it is in search of an easier life, a warmer climate, or a better job, the fact still remains the same, change is exciting, and well, the grass is always greener.
For Londoners 277 is an important number, but most won't have a clue why. It just so happens that 277 is the number of hours the average Londoner spends commuting to and from work each year.
At times youâ€™ll be tempted to just follow in Richard E. Grantâ€™s footsteps in Withnail & I. And while smothering yourself in Deep Heat and getting up against the radiator till opening time seems the only solution some mornings, remember that youâ€™ve got months more to get through.