Parents make up baby names for unique social media identity

New parents are giving their babies ‘made-up’ names such as Wrenlow, Maevery, Elisobelle and Jaspin just so they can have a unique social media identity. According to a survey of 1,772 parents, seven per cent have already chosen a unique name for their child, while a further two thirds (65 per cent) would consider it.…

Five things in the bedroom that could be ruining your sleep

Getting a good night’s sleep isn’t always easy. From the food you eat to the amount of stress you’re under, there are a number of factors that can affect whether you’ll sleep soundly or be tossing and turning all night. And there’s one big factor that can often be overlooked – the bedroom itself. Not…

The Dangers of Not Having Workers Compensation Insurance

The more employees you have, the higher your premium will be. If your organisation is scaling quickly, then you may find that you end up in a bad situation if something happens and you don’t have insurance. Accountability By law, you have to make sure that you provide some degree of financial assistance to your…

Snickers voted Top British Chocolate Bar

Snickers has topped a list of the nation’s favourite chocolate bars, beating the classic Cadbury Dairy Milk into second place by a narrow margin. The study also found a Galaxy bar is the nation’s third favourite chocolate bar, which was controversially followed by Bounty beating KitKat for fourth place. And sneaking into the top 10…

Top 20 Life Goals – saving money tops list

Brits are most driven at 33 years of age, according to a new study.This is the point they are most motivated and determined to achieve their life goals - from progressing in their career to being physically fit and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The drive they have at this stage of their lives is down…

What is social health and why is it important 

Have you ever found yourself feeling excluded or lonely? These issues don't just affect young people, but can continue much later in life. Contrary to popular belief, social problems can take a toll on one's overall health.  Understanding all aspects of your health is crucial to living a happy, long life. To have complete wellness,…

1 in 3 Brits fed up of ‘perfect’ travel photos, claims survey

Millions of Brits are ‘fed up’ of travel photos showing unrealistic, picture-perfect scenes. A study of 2,000 adults found 29 per cent would rather see ‘authentic’ snaps showing what the holiday was really like than the ideal images. In fact, travellers are seven times MORE likely to visit a destination after seeing a picture posted…

Brits will try 126 fad diets over lifetime

  The average British adult will try 126 fad diets over the course of their lifetime. A study of 2,000 adults found each person will embark on at least two fad diets a year - in a bid to lose weight FAST.The most common ‘quick fix’ methods were revealed as the Atkins Diet, the 5:2…

Holidaymakers waste time worrying about work

Holidaymakers waste one whole day of a week-long trip worrying about work, deciding what to do, spending time on social media and waiting in line for attractions. A study of 2,000 UK adults, who’ve holidayed in the last year, found people spend 17 ½ hours over a seven day holiday – the equivalent of 6am…

Sleep resolutions we should be keeping in 2020

It’s the start of a new year and new decade, and while some resolutions are best left in January, others can reap lifelong benefits. Making resolutions to improve your sleep in 2020 could have a multitude of benefits, including improved mood and better mental and physical health. To help you on your way to better…