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In this two-minute read, we look at how a simple random act of kindness can start a tsunami of positive vibes.

Many people are going through a dark time right now, but there is a way you could make at least one person’s day a little brighter.

As this week is Random Acts of Kindness Week, why not surprise and delight someone with a small, generous gesture?

It doesn’t have to be a grand affair; even a small effort could leave someone buzzing for the rest of the day.

And don’t forget that kindness is contagious, so your good deed could well inspire the recipient to follow suit with their own act of goodwill – triggering a wave of altruism.

Here are nine things you could do for Random Acts of Kindness Week. 

If there’s a chance you could sell your home in the next few years, think before you rush into making any major home renovations.

While you might read about celebrities investing in fancy wine cellars (David Beckham’s building one for his 7,000 bottles of plonk) or bespoke nature ponds (Ed Sheeran’s has a jetty), the reality is that pet projects rarely pay off.

What one enthusiastic home renovator sees as original and bold, could seem dated in a few years’ time.

In this two-minute read, we share three stories that shine a light on affairs of the heart around Valentine's Day.

A 60-second speed read.

The Beatles were right when they sang ‘money can’t buy me love.’

But money can buy you a gift to give to your significant other. The trouble is not all ‘romantic gifts’ are created equally and received gratefully.

And with Valentine’s Day on Sunday here are seven presents to avoid.

With Valentine’s Day coming up at the weekend, we look at ten reasons why property owners think their homes are dreamy or dreary. A three-minute read.

 

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