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Molly Longman

Molly is a student at London College of Fashion, and is our current editorial intern. Her passions lie in writing, running, and eating peanut butter straight from the jar. She loves to learn (almost as much as she loves her dog), so she’s devoted to providing you with the best information on courses to help you become a better you.

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10 things you probably didn’t know you’ll learn on a joinery course

By Molly Longman 3rd February 2016

Becoming a joiner is a lot more than just attaching pieces of wood – when participating in a joinery course , you’ll learn a variety of transferable skills that can be applied to all of your joinery endeavours, as well as the rest of your life. Here are a few examples of...

How to learn yourself out of a rut

By Molly Longman 10th March 2016

Although having a stable daily routine is generally a good thing, it’s easy to find yourself feeling stuck in a rut. Going from bed to work to the couch and back to bed again every day certainly isn’t the healthiest or most interesting lifestyle. Luckily for you, we’ve got just...

How much biology knowledge do your remember from your A-Levels?

By Molly Longman 18th February 2016

Were you as quick as a whip at biology in school, or were you the kid with their head down on the desk trying not to snore? Take our biology quiz to find out whether you should be signing yourself up to a course in the near future. ...

Pottery gone to pot

By Molly Longman 18th February 2016

Becoming skilled in the art of pottery can be tricky business – just ask Patrick Swayze. It’s intricate work that takes knack, concentration, and creativity. But even those who consider themselves professional potters know that everyone will have a few pieces that aren’t quite...

Tips for brilliant brows

By Molly Longman 18th February 2016

Having a strong eyebrow game is almost as necessary in today’s world as bathing and wearing shoes on the tube and you can guarantee that any makeup course worth its salt will involve a lot of time spent working on the perfect arch. Before you sign up though, here are few tips...

7 things you probably didn’t know about reflexology

By Molly Longman 18th February 2016

‘So it’s like a foot massage?’ – the words that make most reflexologists cringe because there’s a lot more to it than a bit of feet rubbing. Obviously, if you’re starting a course though, you probably won’t know how to heal insomnia through the toes straight away so rather than...

8 alcohol-infused recipes

By Molly Longman 18th February 2016

Finally, a hobby for the hammered. Clobbered cooks have been exploring a pastime that combines two of the finer things in life: booze and food. Drunken dinners and desserts are (luckily) totally trending. Take a shot (literally), and try out one of these divine, drunken...

The sports injuries that keep physiotherapists in business

By Molly Longman 4th February 2016

Physiotherapy plays a major role in the multi-disciplinary approach to the management of sports injuries. Basically, when David Beckham tears his Achilles tendon, it’s the physiotherapists to the rescue.  They work with athletes post-operatively to prevent any further...

Famous people who plaster

By Molly Longman 3rd February 2016

You may be surprised to know that there are a multitude of more famous people who were had a strong, prevalent plastering background. Taking a plastering course will equip you with a multitude of skills, but it can also lead to a lot of greater things. One day you may be...

Waxing trends we don’t understand

By Molly Longman 3rd February 2016

The world of waxing is constantly evolving; taking a waxing course will help you stay up to date with all of the latest waxing trends. Most of these trends are progressive, like a waxes that are less painful, and ones that leave you less puffy in the aftermath of a wax,...

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