5 Self-Help Books That Will Show You How To Live A More Fulfilled Life

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There are hundreds of self-help books out there that claim to have all the answers to your problems, but only a small fraction deliver on that promise. As a result, it can be difficult to know what to read, but the recommendations below are some of the best there are and will set you on the road to feeling more fulfilled and leading a better life.

5 Hangout & Drinking Spots For A Hot Day In London

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There is nothing better than some alfresco food and drink with friends on a hot day in London and here are some of our top picks for your warm weather retreats spanning across the whole city.

Check these out for some fantastic food, cocktails and places to chill out!

9 Life Lessons We Can Learn From Miyamoto Musashi (Japan’s Greatest Samurai)

Arguably the most famous fighter from history was Miyamoto Musashi from the early Edo (Tokugawa) period of Japan, a Ronin that was alleged by some to have roamed this world between the years of 1584-1645.

Musashi was a master in martial arts and subsequently much more. Here are some lessons we can take from his observations…

Essential Vinyl To Add To Your Collection

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More than 5 million vinyl were sold in 2021 and the trend shows no sign of stopping anytime soon. With this industry growing at such a huge rate there has never been a better time to get into vinyl but it can sometimes be difficult to know where to start with so many brilliant albums committed to vinyl. With that in mind, the team have put together a list of 10 essentials to get your collection started.

10 Films Not To Miss In 2022

With 2021 being a tough year for cinema, 2022 seems primed for some fantastic releases. Here’s our list of the top 10 to look out for in 2022…

3 Inspirational Life Lessons From The Beatles’ Documentary Get Back (2021)

The Beatles’ new documentary Get Back has been long-awaited by music fans, who had been waiting for fifty years to see their favourite band rehearse and practice for what is now the Beatles’ iconic last performance on the rooftop.