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Iceni Magazine | October 26, 2020

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Why Real Estate Investing In Greece Is A Great Idea Now

October 26, 2020 |

Real estate investing involves purchasing, ownership, management, rental, and sale of real estate for profit. Investing in real estate in Greece which is a great destination right now is one of the most profitable things for anyone to do.

How To Start Your Own Eye Surgery Company

October 26, 2020 |

There are various medical professions that you can decide to go into; one of them is eye surgery.

To become an eye doctor takes years of education. Once you have the knowledge and experience, you can decide to … Read More

Why Would You Choose To Say ‘No’?

October 26, 2020 |

We can all choose to say ‘no’, to things; a slice of cake, cup of tea, a date or job offer. We have the option to go or not go, accept or not accept. On the face of it anyway. … Read More

Happy Lockdown Birthday

October 26, 2020 |

I’m guessing that by now many of us will have had some experience of a lockdown birthday due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Whilst it may not have been a special decade birthday or one which warranted especial attention it may … Read More

Teaching your children about money

October 26, 2020 |

Children love to spend, spend, spend, and quite often, they don’t seem to grasp the value of money.

Teaching children about the value of money is something all parents go through. Opening a junior ISA into which … Read More

Protected: 3 digital tips Norfolk businesses can learn from

October 23, 2020 |

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What Is Better? Online Casinos or Real Casinos?

October 23, 2020 |

It’s been a hotly debated topic for quite some time now. Are online casinos better than real casinos? Or is it the other way around?

If you have never been to a real casino, you could travel to … Read More

Castle Quarter gets ready for some super-spooky fun with two Halloween events

October 22, 2020 |
  1. Castle Quarter and Get Me Out The Four Walls to host virtual Halloween Spooktacular

Castle Quarter has joined forces with Norfolk charity Get Me Out The Four Walls to create a virtual Halloween … Read More

How to make money through UK online sports betting

October 21, 2020 |

Sports betting has become a huge business in the UK and making money through it has never been more accessible.

Whilst the prospect of winning money through sports betting appeals to fans of any sporting discipline the reality … Read More

How To Build An Ecommerce Business That Sells Food

October 21, 2020 |

Starting an eCommerce business is a huge achievement for most people; in fact, starting any business at all is exciting.

But there are many obstacles and challenges along the way to actualising your dream of managing an online … Read More

Almost one in four adults now find it harder to relax in their home – after it became their primary workspace

October 16, 2020 |

Almost one in four adults now find it harder to relax in their home – after it became their primary workspace.

A study of 2,000 Brits found they spent an average of nine hours a day at home … Read More

Brits have revealed their biggest property turn offs – with dark and small areas, overgrown gardens and dirty trainers left lying around among the worst

October 16, 2020 |

Brits have revealed their biggest property turn offs – with dark and small areas, overgrown gardens and dirty trainers left lying around among the worst.

Research of 2,000 adults revealed a listing which doesn’t have enough photos and … Read More

Half of adults are baffled by their motors and have no idea where to put the screen wash, how to pop the bonnet – or even what size engine is under it

October 16, 2020 |

Half of adults are baffled by their motors and have no idea where to put the screen wash, how to pop the bonnet – or even what size engine is under it.

A study of 2,000 drivers found … Read More

Britain’s tea drinkers boil DOUBLE the amount of water they need when making a brew – wasting 70 million litres of water every day

October 16, 2020 |

Britain’s tea drinkers boil DOUBLE the amount of water they need when making a brew – wasting 70 million litres of water every day, enough to fill 28 Olympic swimming pools.

It is well known that Brits turn … Read More

The UK is still a nation of traditionalists when it comes to pastimes – with reading, walking, eating out and gardening among the most popular hobbies

October 16, 2020 |

The UK is still a nation of traditionalists when it comes to pastimes – with reading, walking, eating out and gardening among the most popular hobbies.

A study of 2,000 adults revealed they enjoy an average of three … Read More

Images of Boris Johnson and Chris Whitty, a packed London Underground tube train and PPE are stressing out Brits

October 16, 2020 |

Images of Boris Johnson and Chris Whitty, a packed London Underground tube train and PPE are stressing out Brits.

A study of 2,000 adults found half (50 per cent) have had their sleep affected by the pandemic and … Read More

Pregnancy and Baby Loss Awareness Month – Carol’s Story

October 15, 2020 |

I’m Carol and I miscarried when my first child was two years old, just before my 12-week scan.

I realised something was wrong when I went to the toilet at home and noticed a few drops of blood … Read More

Pregnancy and Baby Loss Awareness Month

October 15, 2020 |

October is significant to me for many reasons. The main one is that it is my eldest daughter’s birthday.

Secondly, it marks a month when there is so much talk of pregnancy and baby loss awareness, which can … Read More

5 Online Specialist Services You Might Need

October 13, 2020 |

When much of the world feels like it’s living and working online and with partial or full lockdowns looking likely for at least the next six months, there’s never been a better time to update your digital contact book with … Read More

Treat Yourself Right: 8 Presents To Give Yourself On A Bad Day

October 12, 2020 |

If life is like a box of chocolates, sometimes, the box can be empty.

But don’t worry! On those days, we will hunt for chocolate hampers instead. Not every moment can be as good as the previous one, … Read More

My Breast Cancer Story

October 11, 2020 |

My story begins in June 2008.

Whilst having a shower, I noticed some dimpling around my left breast and, upon further investigation, a very small lump deep within the breast.

But that was ok because I … Read More

Boost Your Autumn Mood

October 11, 2020 |

Autumn is usually the season when we start to hibernate a little, cosy down as the evenings draw in and spend more time indoors.

After all the restrictions of the past year, fortunately made bearable by some gorgeous … Read More

3 maintenance tips to help keep your home in tip-top condition

October 9, 2020 |

Regardless of whether you have recently purchased your first home or have been a property owner for a long time, it’s important to recognise how essential routine maintenance is.

Small issues can become bigger over time and can … Read More

These are the most stressful things about driving

October 8, 2020 |

Loud passengers, driving in an unknown area and overtaking cyclists are among the most stressful things about driving.

A study of 2,000 motorists revealed almost half said other drivers make them more concerned on the roads than they … Read More

Almost two thirds of adults worry about their home when they aren’t there – due to fears they have left doors and windows open, left a tap on or haven’t turned their hair straighteners off

October 8, 2020 |

Almost two thirds of adults worry about their home when they aren’t there – due to fears they have left doors and windows open, left a tap on or haven’t turned their hair straighteners off.

A study of … Read More

Charity Campaign Awakens Teens To The Value Of Sleep

October 8, 2020 |

Award-winning voluntary organisation, The Sleep Charity, has launched its brand-new online Teen Sleep Hub today at the heart of its campaign ‘Teen Sleep Matters’ to promote the importance of sleep for young people’s mental health. 

Ahead of World … Read More

‘Digital daters’ can tell if they have a connection with someone after just 30 SECONDS of a video call

October 7, 2020 |

‘Digital daters’ can tell if they have a connection with someone after just 30 SECONDS of a video call.

Virtual dates soared by 36 per cent during lockdown – with six in 10 singletons admitting they enjoy the … Read More

The rise of privately used spyware in 2020

October 7, 2020 |

How do I know if my partner is spying on my phone?

When we think of a hacker, we will almost certainly imagine a stranger. We might imagine someone far away, living a very different life to ourselves, … Read More

The Beautiful South Founder Member Dave Hemingway announces October Release For ‘SUNBIRDS’ Debut Album

October 6, 2020 |

The Beautiful South founder member Dave Hemingway has announced that his new band Sunbirds will release their debut album ‘Cool To Be Kind’ on 30th October 2020 on the independent label Nectar Records.

Having retired from … Read More

Run, Iceni, Run: My Virtual London Marathon Experience

October 5, 2020 |

To say I felt underprepared would be somewhat of an understatement.

My fitness levels of late have been poorer than I’d have liked despite three PT sessions a week and regular runs (albeit shortish ones). Having run every … Read More

International Babywearing Week 2020

October 3, 2020 |

“Babywearing is for hippies!” was a comment I once heard, at a baby group of all places.

I had grabbed my carrier, struggled to get my baby in it, and staggered along to the group, struggling to manage … Read More

Would you rather be with your friends or family?

October 2, 2020 |

The saying, we choose our friends but not our family, often causes a wry laugh.

But, on reflection, those relationships are rather different. Do our friends typically see us having a ‘bad hair day’ or have to be … Read More

Ever Ask Yourself If You’re Good Enough?

October 1, 2020 |

How often do you berate yourself, feel that you’ve fallen short, not achieved what you set out to do or done as much as others in your orbit?

A 2020 survey of 2000 adults by a weight loss … Read More

The Best Online Casinos In South Africa To Play From Your Mobile

September 30, 2020 |

Choosing an online casino can be overwhelming due to the number of online gambling sites out there today. It is hard to find the right one to join and play safely.

It’s always good to do your research … Read More

All-new Vauxhall Corsa Review

September 30, 2020 |

The all-new Corsa is lower, lighter and far more efficient than the last model.

It’s good value, too, with the line-up starting at around £15,500. That said, the car will set you back at least another ten thousand … Read More

Manage stress by relaxing in a Peaceful Room

September 28, 2020 |

Whenever we are stressed out we try to find a quiet and peaceful place to organise our thoughts in.

At times many of us can’t find such space and try to get out of our homes in … Read More

Exercise, eating healthily and spending time with family are the most popular things Brits do to look after their mental health

September 27, 2020 |

Exercise, eating healthily and spending time with family are the most popular things Brits do to look after their mental health.

A survey of 2,000 UK adults revealed one in four have also attempted a new diet or … Read More

Brits spend an HOUR of each day on ‘mundane tasks’ – and changing the bedding, scrubbing the toilet and dusting are among the worst jobs

September 27, 2020 |

Brits are spending an HOUR of each day on ‘mundane tasks’ with changing the bedding, scrubbing the toilet and dusting among the worst jobs.

The study of 2,000 adults found that weeks are taken up by boring chores … Read More

Britain has become a nation of ‘upcyclers’ – with two thirds of adults eagerly fixing, customising and repurposing old household items

September 27, 2020 |

Britain has become a nation of ‘upcyclers’ – with two thirds of adults eagerly fixing, customising and repurposing old household items.

A poll of 2,000 adults found the most popular items to revitalise are bookcases, plant pots and … Read More

Why Is Charity Important?

September 25, 2020 |

In a perfect world, the act of charity wouldn’t need to exist because everyone would have their fair share of wealth and have no restrictions preventing them getting a days food to feed their family or having access to all-important … Read More

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