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10 exceptional First World War Memorials

1. Liverpool Cenotaph
Architect Lionel Budden, unveiled 1930. Grade I listed

Designed by local architect Lionel Budden, the altar-like Liverpool Cenotaph is adorned with some of local sculptor Herbert Tyson-Smith’s most powerful work. 905 more words


Post or Paisa?

Jhanavi is Generation Y, just like most of you reading this blog, and she is feeling confused and unsure. Why? Because she has received a new job offer. 693 more words

Discipline your Dollars by giving them a Destination

This was a direct quote from a financial advisor I heard while listening to the radio recently; “Discipline your Dollars by giving them a Destination” because they don’t have a mind of their own.   518 more words

5 Big Lies Interviewers Tell Job Candidates

Due to overwork and large applicant pools, recruiters often tell little white lies to job candidates. Here are seven most common lies interviewers tell job candidates in infographic. 365 more words


21 amazing places in England recently given protected status

1. Ennerdale, Cumbria. About 2000 BC to present

Despite being clothed in over 1,200 hectares of coniferous plantations, the Ennerdale valley retains evidence for human occupation from the Bronze age through to the present day. 1,496 more words


8 interesting buildings that wouldn't exist if it wasn't for the car

1. The Daimler Garage on Herbrand Street, London

One of the best-known modernist buildings in central London, built in 1931,  it was also one of the first garages to be listed at Grade II. 423 more words


It's Official: I'm a Certified Negotiation Expert

After a 2 day intensive negotiation course last week I received my CNE designation and am excited to announce that I am now a Certified Negotiation Expert… 103 more words