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Amazing Home Decor Tips to Make Your Small Home Look Bigger

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It is the innate desire of everyone to own and live in a big and luxurious home. While some people are lucky to have such big family home and some other are fortunate enough to be able to buy big homes. But, most people who desire to live in a big home more often than not would have to compromise on their dream and live in a small home. However, living in a small home doesn’t mean that you have to feel cramped for space, you can always turn your small home appear larger than its actual size and create a warm, spacious and pleasant décor inside. Here are a few handy tips that would help you accomplish your task. image source: pixabay.com Light it up The light inside the home can make or break the décor. If your house is at a location where there is no sufficient natural light, you can always brighten it up with decorative light to create an illusion that your home is bigger than what it looks like. You can find a wide array of decorative products at online stores like Pay

5 Ways to Be an Effective Leader

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Good companies are underpinned by effective leaders – people who know how to inspire confidence and guide a company in the right direction. Specialists such as Predictable Success  understand how to grow organisations and develop leaders with strong convictions, clear vision for the future and a mind that is open enough to guide but also learn from others. Engaging an organisation such as this can be an incredibly effective way to enhance your leadership skills for the greater good of your company. image source: pixabay.com But if you’re determined to make yourself a better leader without external assistance, here are five tips to take on board. 1. Willingness to Take on Supportive Roles Particularly when starting a business, you will be concerned with many of the high-level, critical tasks. But you should also be willing to get involved and take on supporting roles. This means you should also lead by taking on some of the less-rewarding and lower-profile par

4 Pieces of Advice for School Leavers

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Leaving school is one of life’s biggest milestones. For some, it’s a long-awaited gateway to freedom while for others, it’s the emotional end to a very significant era. Regardless of how you feel about leaving school, the burning question on every school leavers mind is: what next? Perhaps you know and have a plan already mapped out. For many, however, there isn’t that certainty and this time can feel quite daunting and almost overwhelming. Take a deep breathe, relax and read on for some advice on how to approach the rest of your life. image source: pixabay.com 1. Identify what you want to do… now The notion of ‘career’ or “what do you want to be when you grow up?” is instilled within us from a very early age. If you know what you’d like to do after school, great. If not, don’t worry – you’re not alone. Gone are the days of being in one job, company or career your whole working life. It is now the norm, rather than the exception, for people to have multiple jobs throughout th

3 Things To Consider When Planning An Event

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image source: pixabay.com Any event planner will tell you that the creation, deployment and success of a given event is subject to a staggering number of variables. It’s a job that is built more around contingency plans and catching small problems before they escalate into full-blown crises. For the first time event coordinator, there can be so many things to keep track of that it’s easy to get overwhelmed. To help you out, here are three of the most important things to consider when planning an event. 1. Ensure all local government regulations are met Planning an event can be a minefield of political and legal red tape. There are rules and regulations for every facet of an event that must be adhered to quite strictly lest your event get shut down after being underway. Adequate fire safety and evacuation procedures must be in place. Quality crowd control must be implemented. The list is nearly endless. A great example of these considerations, particularly for outdoor events in

How to Personalize Your Apartment without going against Your Contract

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For small families who are just starting their life together, living in an apartment is more realistic and budget friendly. If there are any issues like leaky roofs,  you simply have to inform your landlord or landlady and it will get fixed!  However, apartments can be a little hard to personalize. Tenants usually move in their new apartments and see white painted walls and a contract with strict stipulations of “no to repainting or no to putting holes on the walls.” So how can you put some personal touches without spending on permanent fixtures and not going against your contract? For one, carefully chosen furniture can be your focal point for personalizing your tiny apartment. These items can be moved and taken with you when you move out so there is no issue with furniture. Add throw pillows with fancy cases to jazz up your living room area. Go for multi-purpose shelf or book stand which may also double as a desk. You may also use them as dividers to separate your livin