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When did you last set yourself a goal to achieve? Perhaps a New Year's resolution? What happened? Are you missing out on your dreams and goals? Follow our Life Coach's advice on how to start
Almost one in four women have turned down at least one proposal during their life, study has revealed. Fears the proposer wasn’t the one, ‘it didn’t feel right’ or that they didn’t think their partner was taking the proposal seriously enough are among the most common reasons for saying no. Others even said they have rejected a proposal because they thought it was nothing more than a joke.
Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity is asking the nation to dare to share their bad hair photos on Friday 13 February for ‘Bad Hair Day 2015’. Bad Hair Day invites friends, families, celebrities and colleagues to swap sleek, sophisticated locks for Mohawks, mullets and wigs to help raise vital funds for the charity.
Drivers on motorways around the UK are facing a much greater risk of being fined for exceeding the 70mph speed limit. This is due to the roll-out of the Smart motorway scheme, in which varying speed limits are enforced at different times of day to help smooth the flow of traffic.
For babies due on or after 5 April 2015, there's a big shake up in parental rights which will give parents lots more options. But exactly what is changing, and what is staying the same?
The cost of raising a child in the UK from birth until the age of 21 has climbed to £229,251, an increase of 63% since 2003. According to the annual ‘Cost of a Child’ report from protection specialist LV=, costs associated with raising children have increased at almost twice the rate of annual inflation over the last 12 years.