How to boost your energy as pandemic leaves us exhausted

Brits spend the equivalent of nearly 12 years of their lives feeling tired and lacking in energy, relying on caffeine and sugary snacks to get them through the day. A survey of 2,000 adults revealed the pandemic has worn us out, with 45 per cent feeling more tired since it began. This is felt the…

Top 50 things we won’t do after COVID-19 pandemic is over

Millions of adults believe they will never again share a drink, snog a stranger - or try on someone else's glasses, once the pandemic is finally over. A study of 2,000 adults found that eight in 10 will consciously try not to share items with other people, while 73 per cent will now always maintain…

7 in 10 Brits enjoy ‘me-time’ during pandemic

Brits have learned to give themselves more 'me-time' during the pandemic, with watching a film and decluttering the house among the top ways to unwind. Research polling 2,000 adults found 72 per cent regularly manage to enjoy some alone time, with soaking in suds, taking a nap and listening to music also popular ways to…

Top 10 things Brits will continue doing online after lockdown

Millions of Brits have enjoyed their lives online during lockdown and plan to continue having digital social catch ups and exercise classes because they believe it makes them MORE productive. A study of 2,000 adults discovered 72 per cent have used the internet more than ever while at home in recent months, with more than…

Students unsure about university because of pandemic

UK students are changing their education plans due to uncertainty around the current pandemic – with more than a third wondering if it is worth going to university at all. A study of 1,000 college and sixth-form pupils found concerns around finances, family and their future in general have led to four in 10 changing…