Are Your Feet A Big Turn Off?

Are Your Feet A Big Turn Off?

Your feet take a hammering every day You get up, wrap them in socks, stick them in a pair of shoes, then spend most of your day giving them a pounding.¬†Then you come home, have shower and probably don’t pay them much attention… but you should. You probably take little notice of your feet until you have a problem with them. So like most things in life, a little regular preventative maintence will help keep…

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10 Reasons You MUST Own A FitBit

10 Reasons You MUST Own A FitBit

Everyone at Man On A Mission HQ has a FitBit slapped around their wrists. What started out as a bit of laugh has now become a major league competitive battle ground! We are all in it to win it – and the person with the lowest step count by Friday midnight… has to buy everyone in the office lunch for a week. It’s that serious! Here are the top 10 reasons why we think EVERYONE…

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Who Wears The Jeans In Your House?

Who Wears The Jeans In Your House?

Growing up in our house was always eventful. There was always something going on, and I can’t remember a day when our home wasn’t filled with neighbours, or family chatting with endless cups of tea in their hands. Keeping an eye on everything, of course, was my Mother – and she was a force to be reckoned with, still is! When I was 21, I moved out and rented a flat. At first it was…

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The Blacklist – Brilliant American Crime Drama

The Blacklist – Brilliant American Crime Drama

The Blacklist is an American crime drama television series that began on September 23, 2013. Raymond “Red” Reddington (James Spader), voluntarily surrenders to the FBI after eluding capture for decades. He then goes on to drip feed a list of most-wanted criminals to the FBI. James Spader is excellent bringing a clever mix of humour, violence and mystery. He always has a hidden motive. Reddigton relates every situation to a likeable story from some event…

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Monocle Magazine – A Better Class Of Reading

Monocle Magazine – A Better Class Of Reading

I have subscribed to Monocle magazine since it’s first publication in 2007. I had become bored with the usual advert filled nonsense, coughed up by off-shoots of tabloids – so took a trip to a quality newsagents to find something worthy of occupying my reading time – the result was the Monocle. The first thing you notice is the quality of the magazine’s paper and print. It feels good in your hands and looks great…

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Talking Clothes – Is It Time To Change Your Wardrope?

Talking Clothes – Is It Time To Change Your Wardrope?

My clothes problem began when I overheard a conversation in the men’s toilet of my work. Two of my collegues were talking about another member of staff. Not one to walk away from a bit of gossip, I sat in my cubicle and listened eagerly to their conversation. After a few minutes of chat, I was still no wiser as to the identidy of the target of their bitching. They simply referred to him as…

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Your Essential Morning Skincare Routine

Your Essential Morning Skincare Routine

Our skin is bombarded with increasing amounts of pollutants and emissions every day. It makes sense to develop a simple routine that can fit easily into every day, and one that will help your skin stay protected from the daily abuse we subject it to. My mother introduced me the three basic stages of facial skincare when I was just 8 years old and it is a routine that I have stuck to for over…

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Blue Yeti Microphones – We Love Them

Blue Yeti Microphones – We Love Them

In the past, high quality vocal recording was restricted to professional recording studios. If you or I wanted to record our voice, we would probably used a headset mic or a flimsy desktop ‘stick shaped’ thing – both of which were usually pretty awful. Thankfully, microphones have evolved. With high quality USB mics available at under ¬£100, there is no reason why any serious gamer, pod-caster or aspiring voice over artist, cannot get hold of…

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Walking Yourself To Health

Walking Yourself To Health

Walking – Who though of that? Like most guys in their 40’s, I have started to suffer from ‘middle aged spread’ No matter how hard I work out at the gym, the spare tyre just keeps on growing! The problem for me, apart from my appetite, is boredom. Most guys will admit to being bored at the gym. It doesn’t matter how much you mix up the routines or get shouted at by your ‘drill…

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