Category: Books & Authors

Top 5 Best United Kingdom Job Websites

If you’ve been looking for a job in the UK for any length of time, you’ll probably already be aware of the UK Government Job Website, but what are the best alternative options? 1) Reed.co.uk – well laid out, and more known for career specific listings, but usually plenty of stuff to choose from. 2) JobsToday – job website from the publishers behind a number of local news publications. 3) JobSite – job website from the publishing company behind the Daily Mail website. 4) CV Library – Plenty of stuff to choose from, usually. 5) TotalJobs – Again, plenty of stuff to choose from. For a more comprehensive list of

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Review: DIY for Dummies

This review is for the Kindle preview version of DIY for Dummies. Well it’s not bad as a DIY book, just not quite as good as the trusty old “Reader’s Digest” + “Collins” DIY manuals that have long been the go-to book for most British DIY’ers. Found the suggested tools list a bit questionable, like it seems to suggest mole-grips pliers… but doesn’t mention the other types you also need (regular, longnose + sidecutters) for doing tasks that require more finesse than working on pipes, etc. Also it suggests buying a neon mains tester as part of your toolkit. If you poke around on a certain well known video sharing

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