Lockdown Brits having worse night’s sleep

Lockdown Brits are sleeping longer - but having a worse night’s sleep due to a change in routine, general worry and late night snacking. Research has found the average adult got six hours and 43 minutes of sleep on a typical weekday night before the coronavirus pandemic. But a lack of school runs and commuting…

Yoga tops list of online classes during lockdown

  Yoga, High-Intensity Training and dance classes are among the most popular ways to stay in shape during lockdown.A study of 2,000 adults found that as a result of having to ration their exercise outside of the home, one in three are participating in online fitness sessions an average of three times a week. Aerobics,…

How to Avoid Going Crazy During the Coronavirus Pandemic

These are strange times we’re living in. In what seems like a blink of an eye, we’ve all had to do away with our regular life, and live a completely different life. While we all know that it’s important that we stay indoors, it’s far from easy. That’s why it’s important that you’re doing things…

5 Money Management Tips Before You Travel

Traveling, be it for a honeymoon, solo trip around the world, or a family vacation, requires quite a bit of planning. This planning involves things before you go on a trip, during, and when you get back. The longer you're away, the more planning you need to do. Here are five money management tips to…

Is lockdown making us more environmentally friendly?

Brits are hoping to become more environmentally friendly - as a result of lockdown restrictions. A study of 2,000 adults has found 70 per cent feel the measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus have had a positive impact on the planet. This has led to two-fifths planning to continue with some of their…

Top 50 online activities during Coronavirus lockdown

Live meditation sessions, music concerts and even visits to the zoo are among the Top 50 online activities taking place online as the nation adapts to ‘virtual living’. A study of 2,000 adults found many people have gone way beyond conference calls, keep fit sessions and online pub quizzes. Lockdown has forced us to find…

Take control of life’s admin. Top 8 tips for getting on top of things

Find yourself with plenty of time on your hands as a result of lockdown during the Coronavirus pandemic? Maybe you just want to take control of life's admin while you have the chance.  According to a new survey of 2,000 adults, two thirds of us admit to getting a sense of achievement, fulfilment and calm,…

Things To Consider Before Becoming A Nutritionist

Dietitians are in demand. If you’re interested in food and nutrition and want to work for yourself, then becoming a nutritionist could be the career for you. Here’s what to consider first.  What does a nutritionist do? A nutritionist is an expert in food and nutrition who can help people to make better food decisions…

Is It Possible to Plan an Affordable Summer Holiday?

Planning for a summer vacation on a tight budget can be cumbersome, especially for large families. However, there is always a way or two that you can trim down the expenses without reducing the fun part of the holiday. The key lies in making sensible choices while taking into account the needs of the family…

Career Path: How to Become a Mental Health Worker

Millions of people suffer from mental health conditions in the U.S. Want to help them? Here's how to become a mental health worker. 1 in 5 adults in America experience mental illness each year. This number means that many people go untreated for their mental illness, because they don't have access to treatment. There is…