Almost two thirds of people now admit they ‘need’ the internet to function in everyday life, according to new research. The study of 2,000 people has found that, on average, we only go a maximum of 90 minutes during the day without checking Facebook, Twitter or e-mail. Staggeringly, one in ten even admit they don’t go longer than ten minutes during the day without logging on to catch up with friends or work.
The Age of Austerity has officially made penny pinching ‘cool’- research revealed that money-saving methods such as using discount vouchers, collecting reward points and bartering in shops are now considered en vogue. A recent study has found many of the modern day cost-cutting exercises were considered ‘shameful’ as little as five years ago.
Do you have models in the family, if so Boden are searching for four new faces to star in a fun filled photo shoot for their Johnnie b range. By entering this facebook competition you’ll also be helping the children’s charity Kids Company change the lives of vulnerable inner city children
A ground-breaking new campaign exposing the 'hidden nasties' in everyday foods and helping people to be 'food smart' has recently been launched by Public Health Minister Anna Soubry. Graphic new advertising from Change4Life reveals a shocking 17 sugar cubes in a bottle of cola and more than a wine glass of fat in a large pizza.
We can be certain that one prediction about 2013 will come true - the internet and our online profiles will continue to an increasingly dominating part of our lives this year. That’s why we should all make a resolution we can keep and take measures to avoid becoming a victim of cyber crime.