ow we’re firmly into a new year, maybe you’ve been planning a new adventure. If your idea of fun means skiing, snowboarding or snowblading your way down a mountain at high speed, then have we got the guide for you! Whatever winter sports you excel in, making sure you’ve got the right tips and tools to keep you safe is a priority, wherever you’re planning on going.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, which means the price of red roses is rocketing, those of us who are in relationships are under pressure to get the scale of our romantic gesture right, and those of us who aren’t probably can’t bear the thought of one more sloppy playlist cropping up without invitation. While we all may be hoping to be swept off our feet this Valentine’s, it’s important not to be swept away, so here are our tips for enjoying Valentine’s to the full – no matter how you are celebrating the day.
After nearly two years of business largely being conducted remotely, the chances are that you’ll want to make up for lost time and visit clients, suppliers, trade fairs and conferences this year (Coronavirus variants permitting). Our tips will help you minimise jet lag, make the most of your travel trips and keep you safe when… Continue reading Business travel is back – here’s how to make the most of it in 2022
While we’ve all been focused on the more immediate concerns about the cost of living and adapting school life to new infection prevention control measures, terror warnings across the globe have highlighted the need to keep students and classrooms safe in more ways than one. So, if it’s been a while since you’ve thought about… Continue reading How to protect your students from unauthorised entry during times of increased terror threats
Returning to university or college after the creature comforts of home can make the shortfalls of your student digs even more apparent, especially when you return after the Christmas break in the middle of winter potentially to cold – or even damp – accommodation. Here are our tips to make your Uni room feel cosy… Continue reading How to make your student accommodation feel like home sweet home when you return after Christmas
Although new Covid strains are emerging, we are learning to adapt — especially when it comes to finding the opportunity to get away. If you want to explore the world in 2022, it’s helpful to have agile travel plans so you can spread your wings at short notice as coronavirus travel restrictions change back and… Continue reading Agile travel plans for quick escapes during changing coronavirus travel rules
When it comes to security and peace of mind, you can never be too safe. Sometimes when travelling, it’s worth having additional security to ensure you can sleep easy. Or perhaps an elderly relative would benefit from having another layer of security when they’re home alone. Increasingly, portable security devices are being used at home… Continue reading The Lock Locker Vs Howsarlock – how do they compare?
Christmas is a time of rich pickings for burglars — shiny presents are easy to identify and often high value, and burglaries are made easier when homes are left empty as we visit friends and family. Worried? Don’t be, as we have some great top tips for making sure your home isn’t an easy target!
Omicron may be throwing a spanner in the works, but after a lockdown Christmas last year, many of us will be looking to visit loved ones, get some winter sun or go skiing, if at all possible. Here’s how to stay safe as you spread your wings once more.
Are you struggling to find that perfect Christmas present for the adventurer in your life? Whether you have a son or daughter who is gearing up for their University gap year (or just have their heart set on a new experience in 2022), a brother who likes to spend more time overseas than at home, friends who are celebrating retiring with a round-the-world trip, or silver surfers who are spreading their wings to catch the perfect wave, find inspiration in our selection of Christmas stocking fillers and presents for travellers…