How to make friends

With loneliness on the rise, it’s time to make friends and pursue your passions


Make your hair colour last

As colouring your hair can be an expensive and time-consuming process, you want to take care of your hair when it is coloured and make it last as long as possible.


Choose the best pain reliever

Older people are the most likely to experience side-effects when taking over-the-counter pain relievers. So, while it’s easy to trust familiar brands when reaching for an over-the-counter pain reliever, there are things you should consider first.


Smoke-free home

While the smoke covering much of the country is unlikely to fade without drastic weather changes, you can protect your homes and your health.


Nine ways to beat the bags

While sliced cucumber, used tea bags or holding cold spoons to the bags under your eyes may seem cartoonish, they help to reduce bags.


Reduce your chance of developing arthritis

While there is no known cure for arthritis, there are steps you can take to reduce your chance of developing it.


Indulge yourself cheaply

Treating yourself doesn’t have to cost an arm and leg. In fact, these simple tricks can have you feeling energised and relaxed. No need for the exorbitant spa treatment.


How to wash your face properly

It is important to wash your face in the morning and at night before you go to bed. Removing dirt, makeup and pollutants from your face before bed each night helps with your skin’s renewal and regeneration process.


How to have difficult conversations

Difficult conversations are hard but often necessary. Discussing money, living arrangements or relationships is stressful for many people. It may seem easier to simply ignore the problem or postpone the conversation, but this rarely benefits you or your recipient. To help minimise the discomfort and make these discussions more approachable, here are seven tips on how to initiate and guide difficult conversations.


Reduce the negative effects of sitting

Sitting for long periods of time or sitting too much overall also increase your chance of dying from cancer or cardiovascular disease.

Health & Ageing

How to fight the ageing process

As we age, our lifestyles and bodies change, but it doesn’t have to be for the worse. Here are nine tips on how to control your own ageing process and make the most of your later years.


13 ways to sharpen your mind

While mild memory loss may be a natural part of ageing, there are simple changes we can make to improve our brain function and keep our minds sharp.

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