Our Voice Can Show We’re Stressed (Even When We Don’t Know It)

Everyone deals with stressful moments in their lives. From experiencing work-burnout to dealing with strife in our relationships, we can’t avoid it. This stress can manifest itself in various ways. Classic symptoms include headaches, interrupted sleep, persistent tiredness and chest pains, but further signs include spots and other skin issues, jittery limbs and under eye … Read more

Black And South Asian Women Wait Two Months Longer To Land First Job

Black and South Asian women in the UK take at least two months longer than their white colleagues to secure their first job after leaving education, research from Totaljobs has revealed. After finishing education, it takes Black women, on average, 5.1 months to secure their first role, and South Asian women 4.9 months. This is … Read more

Low-Income Households Pay Over £430 More A Year For Life Essentials

The cost of living crisis is affecting everyone – but no-one more so than low-income homes in the UK. A new study from Fair By Design has found the average low-income household pays more than £430 – but can pay up to £541 – more every year for essential services and goods compared to wealthier … Read more

‘I Hope You Don’t Mind’ But Here’s Another Phrase You Might Want To Ditch

I.Hope. You. No. Mind. At best, the phrase is used to soften the blow of potentially unpopular news. At worst, you’re using it when you know you’re being a mega bitch in a half-assed attempt to acknowledge somebody else’s feelings, before cracking on nonetheless. “I hope you don’t mind, but I’ve eaten the last biscuit.” … Read more

Your Household Food Shop Is Set To Get Even Pricier. Here’s Why

It feels like the price of almost everything is rising amid the cost of living crisis. Head to your local supermarket and your go-tos are already more expensive than they were two months ago. Order a takeaway and expect to add at least £1 to the cost of your favorite meal. (Even the price of … Read more

Interest Rates Have Risen To Their Highest Since 2009. This Is Why That Matters

The Bank of England has just announced it is raising interest rates to its highest levels since 2009. But what does that actually mean? This month’s increase sounds pretty marginal – from 1% to 1.25% – but this is actually significant when it comes to understanding what’s going on with the UK amid the global … Read more

Interest Rates Have Risen To Their Highest Since 2009. This Is Why That Matters

The Bank of England has just announced it is raising interest rates to its highest levels since 2009. But what does that actually mean? This month’s increase sounds pretty marginal – from 1% to 1.25% – but this is actually significant when it comes to understanding what’s going on with the UK amid the global … Read more

Why You Should Assert Your Boundaries As Soon As You Start A New Job

You’re reading Life-Work Balance, a series aiming to redirect our total devotion to work into prioritizing our personal lives. When you first begin in a new work place, it’s tempting to go above and beyond – starting early, leaving late, being available, taking shorter lunch breaks. After all, you want to prove that you’re a … Read more

9 Genuinely Helpful Tips For Saving Money On New Clothes

As the cost of living shrinks our disposable income, we’re all looking to save money where we can. But that doesn’t mean we’re immune to lusting after new clothes. If you want to treat yourself to some new clobber – but need to stick to a stricter budget these days – there are ways to … Read more

How To Get Into Airport Lounges Without Spending A Load Of Money

This article was originally published on HuffPost US. Spending time in the airport is hardly anyone’s idea of ​​a relaxing holiday, but it is nonetheless a necessity if you want to reach many far-off travel destinations. To make the air travel experience a little less hectic and stressful, many travelers flock to airport lounges for … Read more