The time is fast approaching when it’s the time of year for people to make New Year’s resolutions they probably won’t keep anyway, such as trying to lose weight.
Trying to get fitter and healthier is apparently quite a popular one, but not everyone knows the right way to go about it, and end up struggling to lose weight.
There are many things people think are healthy that aren’t really, and equally a number of things that people think are bad for you that are actually quite good for you as long as you don’t go too nuts with the quantities consumed, or you don’t have allergies to them.
There are many online guru type people completely full of s**t promoting things that are “healthy” which are actually dangerous to the point of being lethal if you try use them to lose weight.
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 UK Job Websites, visit the section on AlltheInterweb’s Web Directory.
For more help gaining employment in the United Kingdom, I strongly recommend the Haynes Job Hunting Handbook from Amazon UK’s Kindle Store. Click Here for an extended selection of books to help with your job searching efforts.
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 website called Youtube at the channels of “PhotonicInduction” + “John Ward” (among a handful of others) you’ll see why you’d have to be a Dummy at DIY to use one…
Otherwise the rest of the book seems alright
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