Google's Pixel 2 Has An AI Brain And The Highest-Rated Camera On A Phone, Ever

The Huffington Post | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 05.10.2017 | UK Tech

Google has unveiled its brand-new Pixel smartphone, the Pixel 2 and the Pixel 2 XL at a special event in San Francisco. This is the second generation ...

Our Schools Must Unlock The True Power Of Art

Mark Cass | Posted 08.09.2017 | UK
Mark Cass

I was away with family in vibrant, frenetic Hong Kong and needed to relax. Inspired by some calligraphy works I'd seen at a local exhibition, I popped out to buy some liquid ink, a brush and paper.

What Makes You Happy?

Kate Appleton | Posted 04.07.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Kate Appleton

Sounds like a really simple question to answer but in reality I was left a little stumped. I was asked this question over the weekend by a stranger. Well I guess a relative stranger, we had met a few hours ago whilst locked in a room trying to discover secrets and clues which would enable us to get out and win the game. Yes you'd be correct in guessing I was on a hen do.

How I Started To Love Mondays

Kate Appleton | Posted 09.03.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Kate Appleton

In order to stick by my stand to start enjoying Mondays I did what any self-respecting woman would do and I got a hobby. Mondays are perfect for organised and scheduled fun because no-one ever asks you to do anything because again they're vilified as days to survive rather than enjoy. I labour the point.

5 Ways Yoga Is Changing My Life

Elizabeth McGregor | Posted 13.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Elizabeth McGregor

Nearly two years ago, I started practising yoga. I intended to write about how it has changed my parenting. On reflection, the benefits are steadily r...

Five Ways To Make Money From Your Hobby

Hannah Maundrell | Posted 04.10.2017 | UK
Hannah Maundrell

If your 9-5 job is simply a source of income and your real passion lies in what you do in your free time you're not alone. Here's how to make money from what you really love doing.

The Realities Of Working From Home

Toni Hargis | Posted 05.10.2017 | UK
Toni Hargis

To some, "working from home" sounds idyllic or perhaps just plain cushy. No more commuting to work, no more dressing in clothes you wouldn't normally be seen dead in, no more chained to your desk till lunch time, no more irritating colleagues and most importantly, no more distractions.

Turning Your Passion Into a Business

Martin Huntbach | Posted 18.03.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Martin Huntbach

I'm talking about passion. I'm talking about doing what you love and charging people money to do it. I know it sounds like a like a pipe dream, but it's not that uncommon. As you will see from this article, there are lots of ways you can do this for yourself.

Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway: Five Pulse Racing Challenges You Can Set Yourself

Tayana Simons | Posted 02.02.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Tayana Simons

We've all heard of that saying 'feel the fear and do it anyway'. It's emblazoned on every outdoor clothing company t-shirt from here to the surfing beaches of Southern California. But could adrenaline rushes actually be good for us? Some scientists seem to think so.

Eight Things You Didn't Know About Colouring Books for Adults

Amelia Gregory | Posted 13.11.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Amelia Gregory

In the interests of research I decided to try adult colouring myself, and before I knew it I was a total convert: from intrigued sceptic to full on addict, here's what I've learnt during my colouring journey so far.

Six Steps to Making Your Hobby Profitable

Ife Ade Tokan | Posted 10.10.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Ife Ade Tokan

As human beings, we are more likely to become experts at the things we enjoy because doing them doesn't feel like 'work' and we unconsciously put a lot of time and commitment to it (these are formulas to be an expert at anything). With this in mind, I wonder why people do not make their hobbies their full time jobs and make lots of money out of it.

Post-Holiday September Resolutions - Eight Small Steps to Become a Better Person and Help Change the World

Virginia Stuart-Taylor | Posted 09.09.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Virginia Stuart-Taylor

September's here and we're gradually returning from summer holidays refreshed and energised, with renewed motivation and enthusiasm for life! September is also traditionally a month for change, as the new academic year begins, as many people move city to start new jobs / degrees, and as the job market floods with new opportunities.

Top Tips for 'Aspiring' Writers

Leeanne Boulton | Posted 25.08.2016 | UK Entertainment
Leeanne Boulton

So, in a rare moment of feeling that I might - just might - have a valid contribution that helps my fellow writers, here's my tuppence-worth on how to be a better writer...

Why You Should Join a Choir

Annie Vasconcelos | Posted 16.06.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Annie Vasconcelos

Not only does your brain benefit from all that concentration practice your mental health and well-being are boosted too. Music has the power to break down barriers and join a group of people as one entity.

Am I the Only Blogger Who Doesn't Want to Make It Big and Blog Full-Time?

Laura Zito | Posted 04.06.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Laura Zito

Yes, everyone who has a blog has dreamt about making it big. They've daydreamed about seeing their page views hit the millions, and their social channels full of sycophantic followers clinging onto every word, praising every post, and buying whatever it was they wore that day.

Help! Loom Bands Have Taken Over the World

Carina Maggar | Posted 29.09.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Carina Maggar

Tiny neon-coloured rubber bands; 'looms' are a little girls' ultimate delight. Worn as bracelets, key rings, charms or necklaces they're available in a range of eye-watering neon colours and are like, totally accessible with your outfit of the day.

Mid-Twenties Career Crisis

Esther Hayden | Posted 21.06.2014 | UK
Esther Hayden

Today's society despite what many believe does pressure many young people to get a job quick, almost without thinking or caring what it is, just so you can say you have one. Sometimes it can be hard to take a moment to consider what could be the most important direction for your future career path.

One Day I Flew Away...

Gina Lyons | Posted 16.02.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Gina Lyons

One of my 30 things before I'm 30 was to fly in a helicopter and this Saturday, in Chichester (I didn't know where it was either) I did it. And it was everything I wanted it to be.

World Naked Bike Ride Month

Tom Hagues | Posted 08.02.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Tom Hagues

I've never ridden a bike in the nude and this is because I am very wary of hitting a bump too hard and introducing the saddle to my prostate. Some people do it on a yearly basis, and they love it. Four weeks are dedicated to the obscure holiday. Those four weeks are World Naked Bike Ride month.

It's Okay Not to Be Passionate About Your Day Job

Adele Barlow | Posted 12.10.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Adele Barlow

It is hard - if not impossible - to (immediately) generate a generous salary from volunteering, starting a business, or a blog. I meet a lot of high achievers who suddenly morph into anti-careerists. As Marilyn Monroe said, "A career is wonderful thing, but you can't snuggle up to it on a cold night."

Tabletop Gaming Anonymous

Robert Bradley | Posted 17.09.2013 | UK
Robert Bradley

I have always been a geek, refusing to enjoy football, as that was the game of my childhood bullies and no matter how hard I try, I will always associate the sport with assholes. My secret however; is both a sport for the mind and a hobby for the soul! It is creative, strategic and rather ironically a lot like football. What game am I referring to? Warhammer 40 K.

Iconic Jewels Throughout Time

Amanda Walters | Posted 14.09.2013 | UK Style
Amanda Walters

Jewellery can easily become iconic, there are certain pieces that jump to mind whenever we think of the most famous pieces of all time. Jewellery can be a reflection of power, fame, and wealth and celebrities, royalty and well known people use jewellery to showcase their status.

Writing Space

Deborah C Dooley | Posted 07.07.2013 | UK Entertainment
Deborah C Dooley

'I mean, it's not as if we don't have it,' she said hurriedly. 'Our savings account is very healthy.' I nodded, forgetting for a moment that she couldn't see me and then hoping that she'd sense my understanding. I felt saddened that like so many others, she felt that the love affair she was having with writing wasn't worthy of her time and money. That she didn't deserve to have this passion in her life.

Three Common Online Dating Profile Clichés to Stop Using Immediately

Liz Marie | Posted 01.06.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Liz Marie

If you want the best results from your online dating experience, you've got to forget the clichés and not be afraid to stand out in a digital crowd!

Seven Ways to Spring Clean Your Life

Realbuzz.com | Posted 19.05.2013 | UK Lifestyle

Spring is the traditional time when we clear out the cobwebs and start afresh. This year, why not extend the spring cleaning to the rest of your life and get rid of your lifestyle clutter.