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If you are a student or recent graduate in need of some extra cash, chances are you have snapped up a temp position for the holidays. Due to the onslaught of seasonal shoppers and diners, retail and hospitality establishments need a little extra help. Whether or not you have worked in these industries before it can be hard to prepare yourself for how demanding your role will be. Here are WNOL’s top tips on how to survive your Christmas temp job. Read more
It’s December, meaning that Winter Wonderland is back to bring some Christmas cheer. Every year at Hyde Park Winter Wonderland opens to the public for a limited time only. I love Christmas and it has to be one of my favourite holidays but I feel that after working at Winter Wonderland find it harder and harder to enjoy it.
December 25th, Christmas day, a day that many people look forward to throughout the year. But what do people like or dislike about it the most?
A heavily pregnant lady confronted a group of pro-life campaigners outside a Southwark surgery, leaving them lost for words.
Tired of spending too much in hotels when you go on holidays? With Airbnb you don’t have to worry about it anymore.
Christmas advertisements have now become an integral part of Christmas equal to gift-giving, cheesy music and over-indulgence. It is unknown as to when these adverts became so important to us and when we actually enjoyed watching them instead of using their appearance as an opportunity to get other things done. Read more
It’s December, and the Christmas spirit is rolling in! Mulled wine, hot chocolate and waiting for Santa to make his appearance. It’s also time for your work Christmas party, or even your house Christmas dinner and this usually means Christmas Santa time!
Once again the Ho ho holiday season is upon us. And whilst it may feel due to the longevity of the Christmas lights on Regent Street that it started long ago, we all know it is only acceptable to begin your celebrations in December. One of the most traditional and delicious ways to begin is with a glass of mulled wine.
The Catholic Priest has warned that using Ouija boards over Christmas is the same as ‘going to some parts of Africa and saying i’m immune to Ebola, leaving people open to all kinds of spiritual dangers’.