How To Be Happy The Japanese Way: 6 Simple Steps To Finding Your Ikigai

Master the Japanese philosophy of ikigai – doing something of value – and not only will you feel more energised and fulfilled but you’ll live up to 12 years longer, say experts

by Christine Fieldhouse

7 Surefire Signs They’re Not The One!

You might be crazy for love but have you lost your head thinking they’re The One when all the signs say different?

by Hayley Doyle

Wellness. The Number 1 Travel Trend is All About You

Forget lazing by the beach at a five star resort, or hiking up one of the world’s highest peaks – according to the travel experts it’s meaningful wellness escapes that are topping our travel itineraries.

by Stacey Sharp

Is Ageism A Thing of the Past? Why Generational Lines Are Blurring

As society’s obsession with youth intensifies, the global population is ageing. But rather than being past it, now is the time for the over 60s to tackle ageism.

by Josh Sims

‘I’m in with the in crowd!’ How to stop feeling like an outsider 

We’re happier and healthier if we feel part of a group rather than an outsider, so follow these simple steps from behavioural experts to find your tribe

by Christine Fieldhouse

Happy New Year: September is Here! Why This Month is The Best to Achieve Your Goals

Forget making resolutions in January, the month of September is the best for losing weight, getting fit or landing that new job, according to the experts

by Hayley Doyle

Why You Should Say Yes To Saying No

Rather than being a negative no is one of the most positive words around, experts reveal

by Christine Fieldhouse

Seven Simple Ways to Make People Like You More

Being popular means getting hired, promoted and earning more money as well as being healthier – and it only takes a few tweaks to make yourself more appealing

by Christine Fieldhouse

Why You Should Learn to Forgive

Whether you’ve been hurt, betrayed or just slighted, forgiving others is good for your mental and physical health and gives you a sense of freedom, experts say

by Christine Fieldhouse

Are You Damaging Your Career and Life by Being too Nice?

You volunteer to stay late at work, pick up everyone’s children and make dinner but being too nice means being underpaid and undervalued experts warn

by Christine Fieldhouse