Skateboarding has certainly become a trending sport. It has been proven to be highly beneficial for both physical and mental health, thanks to it burning calories, reducing stress, increasing flexibility, enhancing physical endurance and much more.
Looking after a child is costly. Research has shown that the average cost of raising a child up to the age of 18, excluding the likes of housing and council tax, was £75,436 for a couple as of 2019. This rose to £102,627 for a single parent — and costs continue to rise. Therefore, it’s essential that you keep your products in as best condition as possible to get full use and life out of them.
Cups of coffee on our lonesome, playlists decided by our own listening habits, and daily commutes consisting of little more than rolling out of bed, donning a dressing gown, and turning on a monitor.
We all want the best for our furry friends, whether we’re buying them hypoallergenic dog food or a new collar that matches their personality. The topic of vegan and vegetarian meals for dogs has garnered attention lately, attracting Google search interest scores of up to 100 over the last year, as you can see in the graph below. This is likely due to the growing number of vegans and vegetarians across the UK — statistics report there were 600,000 vegans in the UK in 2019, so it isn’t surprising to learn that we’re considering this diet shift for our furry friends too. After all, if we want the best for them, we must find out if what is good for us is good for them too.
Millennials (born 1980 between 1996) and Generation Z (born 1997 onwards) have been brought up in a fast paced environment. With constant technological advancements, they are the first generations to grow up with the influence of the internet and social media. Antiques aren’t normally the first thing you associate with twenty-somethings, but recently, younger generations have become more interested in the world of vintage. Read on as we explore why millennials are turning to antiques and why previously it’s been difficult to engage them with them.
As the UK is in its tenth week of lockdown, thousands of brides and grooms still face an uncertain future as to whether wedding celebrations will be able to go ahead. With large gatherings banned, including the legendary Glastonbury festival, and self-isolation rules implemented, 2020 is a tough year for couples hoping to tie the knot this summer. Although we should prioritise our own and our loved ones’ health, it is still a disappointing time which could have negative effects on our happiness and mental health.