Meg’sMenopause holiday warning for menopausal women

Meg’sMenopause, an app created by Meg Matthews to specifically help women navigate the menopause, today warned of the increased difficulty that those experiencing the menopause could face passing temperature checks, due to the fever-like symptoms produced by hot flushes. This is increasingly more of a worry for holiday-goers, where airports will announce far more stringent…

3 in 4 office workers think more could be done for environment

Three quarters of office workers think their employers could 'do more' to address climate change and be more environmentally friendly. As they start to make their way back into the workplace after months of working from home, a study of 2,000 UK professionals found 42 per cent get frustrated by a lack of consideration for…

Workers fear work-life balance worsened since WFH

Workers fear their work-life balance has worsened - as WFH means they find it difficult to switch off and they miss chatting to their colleagues. A study of 2,000 employees who've spent recent months working from home, found half wished they had more a better balance. And 42 per cent said it has deteriorated as…

Here’s What You Need to Know About Energy Healing

You might have heard it without even knowing, or you might have experienced healing energy which has existed for generations in different cultures and under different terms, variations, and applications. General Understanding Energy Healing has been used as a form of emotional and spiritual healing. In modern times, it is recognized under pseudoscience and is…

Thinking Of Moving Abroad, Here’s How You Can Give Back A Little

Do you ever feel like you want to give something back to the world that has provided you with so much? If you have moved to another country and you have wanted to own citizenship, it is most likely because you are in a place that you love and you want to give back somehow.…

British workers burning out through lack of holiday

The average British worker has not taken any leave from work for more than TWO months - and has shelved NINE days off they had planned to take because of the lockdown. Of the 2,000 workers polled, more than half said they had 'completely written off’ 2020 when it comes to taking holidays from work.…

6 in 10 Brits can’t afford to go green, claims survey

Millions of Brits CAN'T go green - because they can't afford it. That's according to a study of 2,000 adults which found 59 per cent don't feel they can make any eco-friendly changes to their current lifestyle, because their bank balance won't allow it. The average person has just £159 disposable income per month, but…

Bedroom Tips for More Comfortable Sleeping

The bedroom should be the favorite room for anyone in their house. What is there not to love about the place where we all let loose, and where we are in our most relaxed yet quite vulnerable state? Bedrooms should be in the most relaxing setting for you to have quality and quantity sleep. When…

Half of population struggling with sleep during lockdown

More than half the UK population has struggled with sleep during the lockdown, a survey suggests. King's College London researchers said sleep problems were more common in people facing financial hardship, while two in five reported having more vivid dreams than usual. Some people have slept for longer than usual during lockdown, but without feeling…

Pets help stressed homeworkers during pandemic, claims survey

Britain’s pets have become crucial colleagues for owners as they work from home by boosting morale and motivation and reducing stress and anxiety, research has revealed.Cats and dogs might spend their day snoring on the sofa, asking for walks and demanding treats while not offering to do a drink round of their own, but they…