Sunday, May 20, 2018
Life

Life

1 in 4 Couples will ruin their summer holidays and relationships due to social media addiction The one thing that has led to more arguments in any of my relationships is the use of mobile phones. Using mobile phones in...
This week I have been in Glasgow, Manchester, York, Reading and Lancaster - and I am pooped. Travelling so much (albeit for work), allows you to get a glimpse of the country, all it’s beauty and just how different...
The Dogs on the Streets (DOTS) As the number of people sleeping rough on the streets continues to rise, spare a thought for their doggy friends too. The Dogs on the Streets, or DOTS, a project led by Michelle Clark, has...
  The Fitness Mindset Former school teacher and fitness model Brian Keane has punched his way to the top of the Amazon charts with his new book ‘’. In his book, Brian offers a huge range of hints and tips to help...
  It's not always easy to be positive and fabulous when you are feeling blue, so here are some top tips on how to get through this Blue Monday! What is Blue Monday? Blue Monday is coined as the most depressing day...
'Money Mondays' - Financial Stress Living with debt can be very stressful. Most of us are in debt in some form. Student loans. Bank loans. Reconsolidation loans. Credit cards. Payday loans. Sometimes the pressure of debt can get a bit...
  Another great press release landed in my inbox from Ginger Comms this week. It claims that 'Modern Brits are letting their creativity die,' which resonated quite strongly with me. Growing up in Haverfordwest Wales, creativity was celebrated. I sang in Tasker Milward...
  The average Brit considers themselves to be 79% GOOD – and 21% BAD, according to a new study. According to the data, most of us (45%) claim we would do anything for anyone, while a further 28% would consider themselves...
The phrase “Go for broke” has roots in Hawaiin Pidgin meaning “wager everything". It means to risk everything in an all-out effort. OK, so we are not asking you to gamble your future away, but how about doing something...
Whatever your motive, whether you are a first jobber or are moving to advance your career, you will love living in the city! Living and working in the city is expensive. After you put that first deposit down together with most...
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