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.
Another countdown to freak us out a bit: 38 days 'til Christmas! Now be honest - how many days out of those 38 are you likely to have a drink? Pick a category: 1-5, 6-10, 11-15, 16-20 (really?), 21-25 (how are you still working?) or 26+ (!?).
In case you've picked up The Metro on Monday, you might have read it, in black on white, on a Monday morning: Britain is the fattest nation in Europe.
Seriously. How depressing is this? You're sitting in the office while it's pitch black outside, realising you still have to work three more hours, when all you want to do is cuddle up on your couch with a duvet and a big bowl of comfort food (usually found in forms of simple carbohydrates).
In case you haven't noticed, there are only 58 days till Christmas. Now, that freaks me out a little bit (and I'm not just referring to all those upcoming over-indulgent client lunches, dinners, parties, mulled wines and mince pies).
I love London. Where else do you have a full week dedicated to chocolate, one of the most popular sweet treats in the world?
Everybody likes a treat, whether it’s the ‘Sunday-cake-treat’, the ‘after-work-wine-treat’ or the ‘Friday-I’v- been-good-all-week-treat’. Usually these treats are far from being nutritious - chock full of sugar, salt, nasty fats, and lots of E-numbers.
There’s no denying anymore: It’s officially autumn. The mornings are cold, the evenings are dark, and London is playing up to its reputation on the weather front.
It's hard not to be affected by the continuing, low-grade (and sometimes high-grade) stress that comes from a financial crisis. And it can be hard to tell when escapist escapades go from being recreational to dangerous. A little concerned about your own? Then read on.
The other day I went to lunch with a client. I couldn’t stop thinking about the amount of white pasta on his plate, and how this would send him into an after-lunch carb-sleep. But is pasta really a food that deserves to be on the nutritional blacklist?