How to save money on your home heating bills

With so many of us currently at home, working, looking after the kids, or self-isolating, it’s never been more important to assess our (rising) utility bills. As we are spending more time at home than ever before, we need to ensure that we are getting the best value for our money when it comes to heating, especially during these colder months. Here we will explore the best ways to save money on your home heating bills – if you’re wanting a new boiler, check out the current boiler installation cost via the link. Stop with the automation Instead of having …

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Looking After Your New Motorcycle: Must-Read Tips

A waterproof motorcycle cover, along with your safety clothing and helmet, should be top of your shopping list if you own a motorbike. Not only will it provide additional security for your bike when you are not riding it, but it is one of the essentials if you are storing your bike over the winter months. However, choosing the right waterproof cover is important. A substandard cover could leave you with more problems, as well as reducing the effectiveness of other measures you take to secure your motorbike over the winter months. Winter Preparations Regardless of whether your motorbike will …

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Getting outside during Lockdown 3.0

During the first lockdown, the one thing that kept us sane was our daily walks, however, during the second one in November, the kids were still at school and the weather against us, so we didn’t venture too far. This lockdown, we have vowed to do at least 3 walks per week and are very lucky that we have some beautiful walks on our doorstep. To keep walking this time of year, you need to be dressed correctly to ensure you are able to keep warm and dry, so I have put together my top tips on what to wear, …

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8 Steps to Manage Your Type 2 Diabetes This Winter and Beyond

It’s estimated that 1 in 10 people over the age of 40 in the UK are living with type 2 diabetes. And out of the 3.8 million people officially diagnosed with diabetes, 90% of them have type 2. If you fall into this category, you must manage your condition to keep your health and wellbeing in check. While we’re experiencing a different winter than normal due to the coronavirus pandemic, it can be easy to fall off the wagon and let healthy habits go out the window. However, if you have a serious health condition like type 2 diabetes, you …

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How to Prevent Your Car from Breaking Down in the Winter

Have you ever been in a situation where you needed to arrive at your destination very quickly, so you hop in your car and head out? Midway, your vehicle suddenly break down, and, to make things worse, it’s winter, and there are lots of frost build up on your car. How did you handle the situation? You’ll agree with us that you could have survived that scenario more easily if you knew how to keep your car in top shape during winter. So then, here is a list of steps that will help you enjoy your vehicle in winter, leaving …

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