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Influencers Helping During Isolation

It’s fair to say that globally these are strange times, and every single person has been affected. With tougher self-isolation conditions, the internet has been our link to the outside, and helped keep us connected in disconnected times. Here are our favourite influencers offering tips on health, fitness, recipes, schooling, and all-round entertainment to help keep you motivated in the unknown days that lie ahead. Fitness influencers to follow It can be easy to sit lie on the sofa endlessly binging on Netflix box sets, but getting up and moving really will help both your mind and body in these quarantine times. And thanks to the Bodycoach – Joe Wicks, you and your kids can enjoy a 9am PE lesson livestreamed straight to your living room, and get fit along with the other million people taking part. Similarly, head over to Instagram to take part in Laura ‘Biceps’ Hoggins ‘Stay Strong Workout Series’. Leading live bodyweight workouts from her home, @laurabiceps can help you stay fit, without any gym equipment. Promoting the power of positivity We all know that a positive mind can have a powerful impact on your mental well-being. The fashion brand Radley has recently launched their Women of Spirit Wednesday blog. Designed to inspire, the blog speaks with women who are shining examples of women leading their field and bring to light the power of positivity....

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How to Start Saving in Your Thirties

Turning 30 appears to one of those moments in life where it’s socially acceptable to have a good old-fashioned panic. For example: when you were 29 years and 364 days old, life was good. You were a young, twenty-something with hopes, dreams and aspirations – and a sense of enthusiasm about life ahead. Now, 24 hours later, your youth is over, you’ll never be a twenty-something again and you’re assessing all the areas of life where you’re not where you thought you’d be. That kind of mindset is far too common among those transitioning into the big 3-0, but...

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Ideas to help reluctant armchair travelers satisfy their wanderlust from the comfort and safety of home

As the coronavirus outbreak grounds global adventurers, we’ve gathered a few ideas to help reluctant armchair travelers satisfy their wanderlust from the comfort and safety of home. Tip 1: Revisit favorite vacation settings through books and movies. Leading Irish tour operator CIE Tours has hit “pause” on its guided vacations, but Ireland’s rich literary legacy will keep travelers endlessly inspired until they can visit again. C.S. Lewis based much of his fantasy land in “The Chronicles of Narnia” on County Down’s Mourne Mountains, while James Joyce captured Dublin life in “Ulysses” and “Dubliners.” Film buffs can revel in spectacular Irish scenery...

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5 Tips for First-Time Homebuyers

Buying your first home is more difficult than ever thanks to soaring housing prices and the fact that wages haven’t risen in proportion with inflation. Lots of millennials have downright abandoned the idea of ever being a homeowner. But don’t give up on your dream of owning a house! Here are 7 tips that will help you purchase your very first home. 1. Get a Federally-Secured Loan A federally-secured loan can be massively beneficial for first-time homebuyers. These are loans that are backed by the US government and are designed to make mortgages more affordable for first-time homeowners, and...

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The Best Tablets for Reading Literature, Newspapers, and Browsing the Web

If you are going to indulge in a tablet you may as well get the best one. Keep reading to see which are the best tablets for reading and web browsing. Did you know this past year 52% of readers preferred e-readers over traditional books? This has been a growing trend ever since they were introduced to the market. Readers are trending more and more towards reading on a tablet over the standard paper book or newspaper. You may be asking, but there are so many tablets online to choose from how do I know which one to choose?...

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How to Dress Like a Fancy Lad

Salutations, esteemed persons of taste and class. We courteously thank you for logging on to LuxeBeatMag, and graciously welcome you to our site. Today, we will be informing you on the very most important of topics: how to properly dress like a fancy lad. Now, you may have heard tell from hither and thither of the right way to dress. But, let us caution you, as a lad of taste, you must be discerning. Fret no longer; look no further. Here you will find all you need to dress in a manner befitting of any young gentleman, dapper fellow,...

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4 Kinds of Trips You Should Take at Least Once

Have you been bitten by the travel bug? Maybe you’re the type of person that can’t stay in one place for too long, or maybe it’s been way too long since your last getaway and you’re dying for a trip. If you’re thinking about traveling soon, there are so many options you can take to make your next trip an unforgettable experience. Here are four kinds of trips that every kind of traveler should take at least once in their lifetimes. Glamping For those who love the great outdoors, camping is a great way to explore, but glamping is...

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The Top Luxury Experiences You Can Have in London in 2020

London is a lot of things to a lot of people – A thriving metropolis, cultural epicentre, historical landmark and (to some) the home of some of the world’s most exceptional luxury experiences. It is, after all, a city packed full of glamour, excitement and history. To celebrate the city and everything it represents, we thought we’d take you through a few of the experiences you might want to consider the next time you’re in town and want to really spoil yourself. So, without further ado, let’s get fancy! Travel in style You might have caught a train travelling...

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How to Dress When Attending Your First Fashion Show

The world of fashion is an exciting one, to say the least. A world of gorgeous models ready to strike a pose at any time, photographers, cutting edge clothes, catwalks, freebies, celebrities and those creative masterpieces that everyone will be wearing in six months to a year from now. Yes, fashion is fabulously exciting. For those who live and breathe the world of fashion, attending a fashion show is probably very high on your list. And while many are becoming more accessible thanks to technology, being at one yourself is a whole different experience. And, if you are lucky enough...

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Why Africa is the Perfect Place to go for a Richly Diverse Holiday

Going on holiday is something us Brits look forward to more than anything else. After all, it’s our chance to escape the pressures of our day to day lives for something else, whether that be relaxation, excitement, adventure, culture, a combination of these or something completely different, holidays are a popular annual event for us. When it comes to looking for where to go on holiday, many of us can fall into a rut of visiting the same places over and over again or visiting somewhere similar to where we went the previous year. This year, why not try...

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Melbourne – Down Under’s Cultural Metropolis

The capital of the Australian state of Victoria, Melbourne is a city that is often overlooked as a destination. Whilst tourists flock in their droves to cities like Sydney, and regions like The Gold Coast, few would think to visit Melbourne, despite it being a cultural hotspot, rich in color and dynamism. Its picturesque location on the banks of the Yarra river make for a splendid location, and the city offers a unique European feel, laden with that distinctive Aussie charm. It’s also a city that is made to be explored, with each suburb offering a new atmosphere and...

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South Africa, Heading West

Confidential surfing and bird watching spots, good food and organic wines…the west coast of South Africa offers a 180 km long stretch of natural beauty from Cape Town to Elands Bay. Chic room on the heights of Cape Town Overlooking the picturesque Malaysian district of Bo-Kaap, the Dorp Hotel is well deserved. It is reached after climbing a steep alleyway – the establishment, opened last autumn by the designer Gail Behr, was built on hillside terraces. Up there, the atmosphere is incredibly soothing, with breathtaking views of Table Mountain. The vintage decor, the large cosy rooms and the lush...

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