UK Immigration

Immigration is the movement of people into another country or region to which they are not native in order to settle there, especially permanently. Immigration is a result of a number of factors, including economic prosperity, political reasons, family re-unification, escaping conflict or natural disaster, or simply the wish to change one’s surroundings. UK […]

Yoga and its benefits

The spiritual learner is someone who realizes there is something beyond ourselves that influences and accounts for life events—an intangible that cannot completely be explained. Swami Anand Giri Ji is a spiritual leader committed to serving the society & inspiring people through his work & wisdom. As a friend, philosopher & guide he has led his followers through […]

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House Extensions – Understanding the Jargon

Sometimes you crave for something so badly that when you get it, it is an exhilarating feeling! That feeling can last years, months, day or even moments – economists would call it the Law of Diminishing Returns. The same applies to the ‘dream house’ you bought. You are slowly outgrowing your current home, whether […]

Picture Perfect Models – Real or Not?

Of all the things to criticise about women’s magazines and fashion advertising, nothing is more universally reviled than the airbrush. The world of the digital photo retoucher is that of a beauty-standard Frankenstein. In the last decade or so, as photo airbrushing has become both more sophisticated and more accessible, we’ve seen a rapid […]

Zero-Hours Contracts – Stop the Abuse

A report estimates there are 1.4 million UK workers on contracts that do not guarantee minimum hours, as a union claims many on controversial zero-hours contracts are paid less than the living wage. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said most of the contracts it identified were zero-hours, under which people are not guaranteed […]

Finding a Job Post 50?

If you find yourself out of work in your fifties, you’re far less likely to find a new job than any other age group. A recent HR survey carried out with almost 300 HR professionals revealed one particularly worrying statistic: that only 17% of respondents believed their organisations would be likely to look at […]

Has Social Media Made Us Less Social?

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, Pininterest etc. – the list goes on and on. Instead of going out with friends and spending quality time with family at home, several people choose instead to connect in the virtual realm without any real conversation or human contact. In 2012 statistics showed that there are about 845 million […]

Can Snoring Ruin Your Relationship?

It may sound like a funny question, but there’s nothing funny about it when you’re with a partner that snores. In fact, studies show snoring can and has ruined relationships. Snoring is a multi-factorial, serious issue. It is a sign that your airway is being partially blocked. The sound is made as the flow […]

Fit after Fifty

Fitness should be a part of your life no matter what your age; and in fact, becomes increasingly important as we get older. As we approach 50 and beyond, how well we live determines how well we age. And, one of the most significant factors of living well is physical activity. Exercise, even started […]

Home Contents Insurance

According to a poll by, research has revealed that 49% of young adults don’t have contents insurance to protect the items in their home as they feel it is a “waste of time” or they hadn’t “got around to getting it”. But what would you do if you lost everything in your home? […]