UK Advice

What You Need To Know: Permanent Makeup

Lorena Oberg | Posted 01.09.2017 | UK Style
Lorena Oberg

Before making a decision that affects your appearance it is important to do your research and ensure the procedure is right for you. Permanent makeup has many benefits and it is a fantastic way of defining and enhancing your physical features but there is little room for mistakes.

Advice On Beating The Post-Holiday Blues

Dr. Amy Bibby | Posted 31.08.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Dr. Amy Bibby

It's that time of year when summer holiday season is in full effect and workers across the country are enjoying weeks of relaxation. But when the holiday has come to an end and it's time to go back to reality, that post-holiday feeling of dread is one like no other.

The Introverted Extrovert

Cerys Aedy | Posted 24.08.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Cerys Aedy

The extrovert, you see, is a part I play (or at least this is how it feels), and I can play her very well most of time, and I do have a good time for a short time, but at the end of the day, something's got to give, and the shy, retiring girl emerges in her place.

Acting After Illness #12 Patience

David King | Posted 01.08.2017 | UK Entertainment
David King

Anthony Hopkins is rumoured to read his script at least 200 times. This is one way of learning your lines, but, moreover, this action will reveal the hidden surprises in the text. The what is really being said, the emotional feel of the lines, that he didn't "see" on the first reading.

Ten Freshers Fails To Avoid In Your First Year At Uni

Owen Burek | Posted 24.07.2017 | UK Universities & Education
Owen Burek

Starting university this year? Take a tip from students who've been there, done that and sold the t-shirt for extra cash: here are the most common mistakes Save the Student hears every year - and how to give them a miss!

Advice I'd Give My 16-Year-Old Self On Dating And Disability

Adam Pearson | Posted 07.07.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Adam Pearson

everybody In a vlog for HuffPost UK's new section, Everybody, Adam Pearson discusses the advice he would give his 16-year-old self on dating and living with neurofibromatosis. Adam says the best thing he could do for his younger self would be to give himself a bit of slap and tell him to get on with it.

Why The Advice 'Be Yourself' Won't Always Work

Jyoti Agrawal | Posted 28.06.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Jyoti Agrawal

Grant said that authenticity depends on a personality trait called self-monitoring. Low self-monitors -- those keen to reveal their authentic selves -- are guided by their inner states, regardless of circumstances. But what if your inner state is a mess?

Time To Turn Off The News - For Now

Samantha Simmonds | Posted 06.06.2017 | UK Parents
Samantha Simmonds

I am reluctantly but fairly surely approaching the point where I fear my home will have to become a news free zone - at least when the kids are around. As a journalist and news presenter I am, as you might guess, a news junkie.

Text Kiss Politics

Olivia Jones | Posted 31.05.2017 | UK Comedy
Olivia Jones

Love bravely, text wildly and add an x wherever you go. Take back control. It's your choice to put the x not theirs and if you're not ready, don't put that x. If they take back their x, laugh wildly with your head back because they could not be as brave as you.

'Gen X Lady' Dishes Out Top Notch Advice To Millennials, Becomes Everyone's New Hero

The Huffington Post | Natasha Hinde | Posted 19.05.2017 | UK Lifestyle

Millennials are plagued by numerous negative stereotypes (lazy and entitled are just a few that spring to mind), but Tangela Ekhoff is sick of it. Ekh...

Easy Ways To Eat Healthier Post-Treatment

Lee Thrash | Posted 18.05.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Lee Thrash

Remember: there's no scientifically proven food or diet that can cure or prevent cancer. However, there are foods that promote overall health and others that should be minimized or eliminated from your diet.

You Are Getting Bad Career Advice From Ucas

Johnny Luk | Posted 02.05.2017 | UK Universities & Education
Johnny Luk

I hate it when students come to me and say, 'oh I want to focus on passing my exams first then I will look for jobs'. That's a worrying sign. It's not because of intellectual capacity, far from it, but because it indicates a lack of pragmatism, i.e. it's a mind set issue. A degree is a piece of paper that gives you an opening to a door, but that's it.

How To Save Money On Your Wedding Food

Holly Poulter | Posted 14.03.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Holly Poulter

Unless you're dropping some serious cash on a diamond encrusted wedding dress, it's a pretty safe bet that food and drink will be the biggest slice of your wedding budget. And so it should be - food and drink are essential to you and your guests having a great time, and setting the tone for the day.

19 Things I've Learned In 19 years

Molly Thompson | Posted 06.03.2017 | UK Universities & Education
Molly Thompson

1. No one else can experience things for you. You cant have a body double to come in and play you for all of the hard scenes. You have to experience everything yourself and it's a blessing and a curse. Appreciate feeling things, step outside and feel the sun on your skin and remember that no one else can feel exactly what you're feeling in this moment.

#HurtBae Dishes Out Advice To Heartbroken Women Everywhere

The Huffington Post | Natasha Hinde | Posted 21.02.2017 | UK Lifestyle

Kourtney Jorge, aka #HurtBae, has dished out some sage words of advice for women experiencing heartbreak. Last week, a video of Jorge confronting her ...

Shaking The Fear Of Breastfeeding In Public

Vanessa Christie | Posted 20.02.2017 | UK Parents
Vanessa Christie

Breastfeeding out and about gets a pretty bad image in the news. All we tend to hear about are stories of mums being asked to leave shops, restaurants, swimming pools, libraries, public transport and so on.

Eight Alternative Ways To Spend Valentine's Day

Nicola Wiggins | Posted 14.02.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Nicola Wiggins

It's that time of year again: the minivan flower-sellers are out, Clinton's shop-fronts glisten, red-glittered and teddy-beared, on the high street and you can't buy your M&S lunch without having to skirt the mountain of champagne bottles in the walkway (how very middle-class, daaarling).

How To Make The Most Of Parents' Evenings

Carey Ann Dodah | Posted 30.01.2017 | UK Parents
Carey Ann Dodah

This is the first important point though. Your children's teacher will always be available throughout the year to discuss any concerns or questions you have - you just have to ask and they will guide you.

How To Avoid The Top Five Mistakes When Booking Holidays Or Travel!

Frank Brehany | Posted 23.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Frank Brehany

We all lead busy lives and in doing so, we sometimes make simple mistakes in our daily transactions, which can cost us in time and money. When it comes to travel, holiday makers commit some simple errors which not only affects their pockets but can have an effect on their planned getaway.

My Top Six Holiday Destinations For 2017!

Frank Brehany | Posted 16.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Frank Brehany

Meeting people for business or family this last Christmas told me that many people are not just fed up, but also quite concerned about travelling. I can understand how they feel, if you measure what has happened in many destinations; you could be forgiven for having second thoughts about booking that getaway.

How To Shield Your Work From Doubt Damage

Leila Johnston | Posted 11.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Leila Johnston

Belief gets a bad rap. It's a very unpopular concept in these secular times, but the (obvious) thing is: we believe things whether we want want to or not. If we can at least accept that's true, we can start to take control of our beliefs, and make them work for us. But accepting they exist is the big first step.

How To Keep Up momentum On Your Projects

Leila Johnston | Posted 04.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Leila Johnston

Experiencing explosive creativity in every direction is one of the great things about living in these connected times. But just because we can, doesn't mean we should. Indeed, the trend with some creative projects now seems to be heading towards 'anthologies', and there's a 'quality over quantity' vibe starting to emerge.

Freelance Creatives: Give Yourself A Promotion In 2017

Leila Johnston | Posted 23.12.2016 | UK
Leila Johnston

As we look forward to another brand new year, here's an idea I had while listening to some experts talk about how to get promotions in conventional workplaces. If, as I've suggested in some of these posts, you might think of your freelance or creative work as within the framework of a sort of imaginary office, why not give yourself a promotion every now and then?

Five Types Of Eccentric Shoppers Every Family Has

Ripu Daman Singh | Posted 13.12.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Ripu Daman Singh

Shopping has been our family sport since generations. We sweat over it like a bunch of honeybees. Working relentlessly without taking a vacation. And yet none of us qualifies to come even close to being a seasoned, respectable shopper.

The Toll Of Christmas On The Couple Relationship

Michael Kallenbach | Posted 12.12.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Michael Kallenbach

I had two telephone calls this week from friends worried about Christmas. One called to say that she and her husband had invited 12 people - mostly fa...