Happy New Year

Fourteen Things I Learnt in 2014

Anais Mutumba | Posted 05.01.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Anais Mutumba

2014 has been unexpected. Dreams I didn't even know I had I've accomplished, friendships I didn't know I needed I've gained and memories I will neve...

Is It Really Possible To Have A Happy New Year?

Fearghas Kelly | Posted 01.01.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Fearghas Kelly

Throughout 2007, the psychologist Richard Wiseman tracked over three-thousand people attempting to achieve a wide range of resolutions. Come December 31st, 88% of them had failed; and there is a wealth of juicy scientific and psychological nuggets to explain why.

Five Truths About the New Year

Becky Hopper | Posted 29.12.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Becky Hopper

New Year's Eve is a brilliant celebration, the end of a year, the start of another, the start of something new and the appearance of the 'New year, new me' Facebook status. So here's a list of reasons why New Year is hilariously predictable and ridiculously annoying...

Thirteen Things I Learnt In 2013

Anais Mutumba | Posted 02.03.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Anais Mutumba

I did this for the first time last year on my website, 12 things I learnt in 2012, and I think I might do this annually. There's always something to be thankful for and lessons to be learnt.

A Letter To My Teenage Self

Amy Anka | Posted 01.03.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Amy Anka

In a lot of ways, I still feel like I'm her. Yet the sands of time have helped me to evolve into the person I am today. I am no longer that teenage girl. I am now a woman in her mid 30s. Where did all that time go?

New Year's Resolutions - Will This Year Be Any Different?

Tony Wrighton | Posted 02.03.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Tony Wrighton

So how do you make sure that you actually get your New Year's resolutions done, and you're still motivated in February, March and April? What is it that makes some people stick to their goals and not others?

Happy New Year!

Carla Buzasi | Posted 01.03.2012 | UK
Carla Buzasi

So, 2011 was a pretty quiet year, then? No major changes. Probably one the history books will skip over. Or maybe not... Governments, dictators, economists, not to mention news reporters, certainly might beg to differ. From the Arab Spring to the summer riots much closer to home, the eurozone crisis and natural disasters of epic proportions, 2011 will be remembered if for nothing else, its ability to shock and surprise.

2011: A Year to Remember or to Forget?

Amarjot Sidhu | Posted 01.03.2012 | UK
Amarjot Sidhu

No foresight could have predicted such a consequential and momentous year. At the time of writing this, it is review galore for journalists and the public alike with a myriad of comparisons being made between 2011 and other significant years in history.