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This living room is filled with lots of natural light from the roof windows. Not only does this space have more light it also feels more spacious. Love the garden view too.

10 online businesses for entrepreneurs

10 online businesses for entrepreneurs, a lifestyle post from the blog For Working Ladies, written by For Working Ladies on Bloglovin’

Feng Shui tips for a perfect home office

Feng Shui is an Eastern discipline, some call it an art, that explores how the selection and arrangement of objects in a space affects the energy flow. Personal chi, or energy, is said to influence how we think and act, which then affects our success in both personal and professional life. So according to its practitioners, Feng Shui is affecting you every minute of every day, whether you realise it or not.

Tableau are a software success story from the States, who have recently set up home in London. We were commissioned to create a comprehensive custom art scheme for their London HQ, with the aim of filling the white space and connecting the office’s two separate floors, all the while adding a sense of the company’s

Meet the young women taking over the internet and making a living from YouTube

Stylist Magazine Feature: MEET THE YOUNG WOMEN TAKING OVER THE INTERNET AND MAKING A LIVING FROM YOUTUBE Pic: Zoe Sugg, aka Zoella, working from home

Building Your Direct Sales Business with Pinterest

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Be open and curious about new ideas - innovation is a catalyst for future success! #CareerAdvice

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Yule Log

Yule Log: A traditional French bûche de Noël always looks just the right side of cutely enchanting, and there is nothing hard to like about its tender, melting chocolatiness. But I warm to it most of all for the rich pagan symbolism: it is no less than a cake-emulation of the log that the Norsemen would drag home through the streets to burn in celebration of the winter solstice and to honour the gods and hope, thus, to cajole from them a good year to come.