Out with the biscuit tins and in with the Lycra; throw away the Marlboro and slap on the nicotine patches. It must be the first of January, the first day of the rest of your new and pointedly improved life.
It’s the start of a new year! This is going to be the year you kick ass now and take names later, right? This is going to be the year that beats all other years. With a blindfold on and one hand tied behind your back, yes?
Few things are as British as giving up booze for January. The rest of the world doesn't seem to do this, but then again, they might bot be drinking quite as much, either.
Made a New Year's Resolution to keep your New Year's Resolution? We look at the most popular ones, and offer easy ways to help you keep them.
Nab these must-know tips from five skin experts and guarantee your glow through the holiday season.
Looking for something special for the Cat and Dog lovers in your life? There is something here to suit every budget ....
Once upon a time in a land far away (Germany), a woman who knew how to make pillows and duvets moved to the UK. Many years later (35) in a much closer place (London), her grandson quit his job in the City, rediscovered the family art, and called it Goose.
We don't know Marc or Angel, but we like their site, Marc and Angel Hack Life (Practical Tips for Productive Living). And we especially like the list of 12 Things Happy People Do Differently. As our mother always said, "Just put a smile on your face and see what happens" (also known as: fake it 'till you make it).
This is the year to (more or less) design Christmas gifts yourself (and then have someone else make them). And with a great site in the US (Etsy.com) and a great site in the UK (Not On The High Street.com), it's easy, reasonable and gratifying (for everyone).
Ten myths busted to help you lose those pre-Christmas party pounds.
At one of the most prestigious, old institutions in England, the Royal Institution, sixteen top brains will come together to present the most thought-provoking presentations you will have heard for a long time.
Mobile phone records could provide more accurate and up-to-date information than traditional census methods for keeping track of populations around the world, according to new research.
Are you unhappy at work ? Don't worry you are not alone, over 50% of Americans are unsatisfied with their jobs.