More than 75% of British householders don’t attempt to fix perfectly repairable appliances themselves. A survey of 5,000 UK residents highlighted that consumers prefer to simply throw away broken appliances, replacing them with expensive new models.
This April is National Home Improvement Month (NHIM), and as the name suggests - it’s an awareness campaign organised by the British Home Enhancement Trade Association (BHETA) encouraging people to improve their homes during the month of April. Recent research carried out by BHETA revealed that 69% of us don’t love our homes, and only … Continue reading #MakeOneChange in your home this April
The automotive industry is currently running at a ratio of 10:2 males to females, which is a staggering gender imbalance. This could also be the reason why many women lack confidence when dealing with automotive issues and leave car maintenance and repair to their male counterparts. With this in mind, and to help celebrate International … Continue reading ChipsAway and Womanic Empower Women To Have More Confidence With Cars
Vulva cancer survivor and Vulva Cancer UK Awareness campaigner Clare Baumhauer has joined forces with Lichen Sclerosus Awareness UK and Pelvicroar to launch Vulva Cancer Awareness Week. The week, which will run from Monday 5th November - Sunday 11th November aims to get women talking about the vulva and wants to raise the profile of gynaecological … Continue reading Vulva Cancer UK Awareness Launch New Campaign #KnowYourVulva
Over a third of Britain’s workforce has less than month’s salary in savings, new research from Neyber has found. The study, carried out among 10,000 UK employees, found that almost one in seven (14 per cent) of working Brits have no savings whatsoever. This savings shortfall means that many people in the UK would be unable to … Continue reading How To Save For A Rainy Day
Whatever your age, size or shape, it’s important to take care of your breasts. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK, so get to know how your breasts look and feel so you know what is normal for you. You will then be more confident about noticing any unusual changes. If you … Continue reading How To Check Your Breast
Juggling work and childcare is difficult at the best of times. But if you’ve just returned to work after a baby, it can be particularly tricky. Fitting back into your old role (let alone your work clothes) when you’re also coping with sleepless nights is stressful. And that’s when things are going smoothly. When your … Continue reading Tips For Working Mums – How To Request Flexible Working