No WiFi tops list of 40 most boring things in life

  Image: About Manchester The top 40 most boring things in life have been revealed - including waiting for the kettle to boil, on goings at Westminster, and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. A study of 2,000 adults found having to endure periods without Wi-Fi is considered the most tedious…

Top 30 things Brits don’t get enough of – sunshine tops the list

Holidays, sunshine and sleep have topped a poll of the 30 things Brits don’t get enough of. According to a study of 2,000 adults, more than a quarter also feel they never get enough exercise, and one in five would like more laughter in their lives. Cuddles, me-time and nights out also featured in the…

Over half of us ‘never’ or ‘rarely’ get enough sleep, research claims

Research of 2,000 adults found almost half are convinced they slept better during their youth, while only 24 per cent think their sleep has improved as they’ve got older. The research also found 55 per cent of the nation ‘rarely’ or ‘never’ get enough sleep. The survey, commissioned by health and wellness company, dōTERRA, identified…

Building Your Confidence Throughout the New Year

It’s a new year and many of us are turning a fresh leaf. Whether you have new year’s resolutions in mind or not, you may want to try an additional resolution that will boost you through the year and beyond - building your self confidence. Now, self-confidence really can change your life. It can help…

Saving Money in 2022

2022 is here and many of us are making our new year’s resolutions. If you’re not too sure what you want to do to improve your lifestyle this year, you could try saving more money! Everyone can benefit from a little extra cash in their pocket. Whether you want to clear debt, save for something…

How To Get Your Health Back On Track After Lockdown

COVID-19 hit fast and hard and disrupted lives everywhere. There was and still is a lot of uncertainty about how life looks and will look like in the future. One aspect that may have been impacted by the pandemic and lockdown is your health. You likely found yourself around the house more and unsure of…

Ebenezer Scrooge crowned most iconic Christmas film character

Ebenezer Scrooge. Image: Disney Christmas Carol Bah humbug! Ebenezer Scrooge, the cold-hearted miser from A Christmas Carol, has been crowned as the most iconic festive film character. The legendary Kevin McCallister, played by Macaulay Culkin, from Home Alone and Will Ferrell’s Buddy from Elf come in second and third respectively, following…

Survey reveals biggest driver irritations of 2021

Driver irritations: One in four drivers have shouted or sworn at another driver A study of 2,000 UK drivers has revealed more than half have had an argument in the car during the last 12 months with bad driving habits, whose directions to follow, and choice of music among the top…

60% adults have returned or even regifted Christmas gifts

Research of 2,000 adults has discovered 60 per cent have at some point returned – or even regifted – items they have received over the festive period. Pyjamas ranked as the most likely gift to be sent back once the shops reopen after the big day and deodorant and shower gel sets often end up…

2 in 3 SME owners put financial success ahead of mental health

Nearly two-thirds of SME business owners admit to ‘deprioritising’ their mental health in favour of financial success, according to research. A study of 500 SME owners found 63 per cent have overlooked their personal well-being due to the pressures of running a business. More than one in five (22 per cent) have sacrificed friendships in…