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How to Navigate a Tricky Breakup

Breaking up from a long term partner can be a really tricky time, especially if you have an established life together with a shared home and children of your own.  Thankfully, it’s more than possible to navigate a tough breakup in a productive way, helping you to gain independence,
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Staying On Top of Your Game While Traveling Frequently

There are a lot of perks to having a job that requires you to travel frequently. You get to see the world, experience new cultures, and make new friends. However, there is also a downside – it can be difficult to maintain your work/life balance when you’re always on
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Why You Should Learn New Skills and Grow as a Person

When you’re a child and a teenager, learning is a part of life. But for many people, this ends after they leave school or university and enter the workforce. While you can take this route, you never really stop growing and developing as an adult.  Rather than settling down,
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Could Traveling the World Be the Break You Need?

Many of us are used to living a routine life—same job, same people, same places. It can be tiring and often uninspiring. But what if you could break out of that routine and explore the world? What if the break you need is right at your fingertips? Traveling can
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Help Your Teen Become a Successful Adult

The life of a typical teenager can, at times, be fraught with an incredible amount of pressure. The stress of juggling a part-time job, worrying about grades and schoolwork, coping with conflicts with friends or the pressure from peer groups, changing schools, changing bodies, and a whole host of
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Smooth Move: Ensuring Your Relocation Is Stress Free

You’re probably in the excitement of the festive season, and with a new year approaching; a relocation would probably be the thing you expect to take up most of your energy in January and beyond. Whether you’re changing your area for a new job (congratulations), or you just felt
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Here’s How to Prevent Imposter Syndrome When Working Somewhere New

Imposter syndrome is never a fun experience. Put simply, this is when we feel as though we’re out of place in a given environment and also a certain group. For instance, when starting a new job, even if you’re completely qualified, it can sometimes feel as though you’ve bitten
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3 Vital Apartment Hunting Tips to Consider

Nobody likes the process of looking for an apartment. It’s stressful and often involves a decent amount of rejection. That’s despite how excited you could be to move into somewhere new. You’d naturally want to avoid the headaches as much as possible. With a few apartment hunting tips, you
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Planning an International Relocation: Here’s a Complete Guide on How to Get Started

Are you considering a move to another country? If so, you’re in for an adventure! Relocating to a new country can be exciting, but it can also be daunting. There are many things to think about when planning an international relocation, from packing your belongings to getting your visa
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Tips to Help You When You Are Ready for a New Home

Are you ready for a new home? There may be a variety of reasons why you want to move. It could be anything from growing your family and outgrowing your space to moving to a new city. Whatever the reason, there are a few things you should know before
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