JJ’s World

Top Tips for Traveling with a Baby

I’m a big advocate of traveling with babies. I don’t think you should let having a child stop you from doing what you want to do. Obviously it will alter your plans slightly, I’m not suggesting you go sky-diving with more ›

Best Looks for a Bingo Night Out

Bingo has come a long way over the past few years; the stereotype of ‘a game that little old blue-rinsed ladies like to play’ has pretty much been blown out of the water at this stage (especially with the introduction more ›

Skin-Care Tips for Long Term Travel: The Complete Guide to Looking Fab on the Road

Taking care of your skin whilst on holiday is tricky – but taking care of your skin while you’re away travelling long term can be a nightmare. Packing light means leaving your normal arsenal of beauty products behind, which on more ›

How to Choose The Best Hostel to Stay at While Backpacking

Hostels are an inevitable part of backpacking and it is important for you to make the best decision for your trip. Depending on the city you are visiting, there will be hundreds of hostels available and a lot of different more ›

A Guide to Finding The Cheapest Flights

If you are planning a trip away from the UK, it’s never too early to start looking at flights. Your flight will generally be your biggest cost, especially if you are traveling long-haul but with these handy tips, you can more ›

How to Stick to a Family Budget During Summer Vacation

It is really important to know how to stick to your budget during the kids summer vacation. It put an end to overspending, worry and debt. But how can you make sure you keep on track? Let me share some more ›

Teach Kids About Recycling in 5 Easy Lessons

We are all aware of the importance of recycling. Maybe we didn’t use to recycle as children, but as adults we must try to improve the living conditions of our youngsters in order to deliver them a sustainable planet. Recycling more ›

Finding Your Inner Genius

Creativity begins with a leap of faith and the courage to take a risk. Be bold and step out of your comfort zone and you will find your inner genius. You are all born creative artists. Everyone embodies a unique more ›

The Dummies’ Guide to Not Letting Emails Take Over Your Life

I probably owe you a little honesty here before we begin… My relationship with email was always a bit on the “hate” side. I mean, even though email has been a crucially important tool for my career, I’ve spent most more ›

The 3 Essential Secrets to Living off your Passion

Recently, I came across a dumbfounding statistic – only 19% of employees in the US and Canada are satisfied with their jobs! Can you believe that? That means that eight out of ten employed adults are spending 40 plus hours more ›