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Month: May 2023

Five Incoming Trends from Milan Design Week

Salone Del Mobile at Milan Design Week was back with a bang for 2023 and showcased that “incoming interior trends are set to be bolder, more tactile and luxurious than ever before”, according to design expert Lucy Mather from furniture…

Homesitting – the job with the feel-good factor

Ben Irvine, Operations Director at Homesitters Ltd is highlighting the wellbeing benefits of becoming a home and pet sitter which can offer a real boost to older people looking to keep busy in retirement. This comes as the firm’s recent…

5 perfumes inspired by Margot Robbie’s Barbie (and what Ryan Gosling’s Ken would choose)

Barbie fever has reignited as the new trailer and cast list is revealed this week. Now it’s just weeks until the film finally airs on July 21st. #BarbieTheMovie is already trending and @BarbieTheMovie (Instagram) has more than 192K followers. Even sales…

‘Disruptive’ mentoring platform helps retired and returning workers retain zest for life

Retired and older workers can boost their income by sharing their expertise with the next generation – keeping active through a new career mentoring platform.  Hailed as the equivalent for career mentoring as Airbnb is for holiday lets and Uber…

Google becomes a lifeline for Brits’ mental health as searches for help increases

Google trends for mental health support and resources around grief have increased by 42% since 2019 Despite this, media interest favours the more sensational bereavement stories While stories of celebrity grief remain ever-popular but often lack any helpful resources Marking…

Risque greetings card company to open new HQ and printworks after pandemic sales surge

A POPULAR greeting cards company is celebrating expansion plans after a pandemic business boom. Based in Colwyn Bay, Lima Lima was launched by Carly and James Brands in 2015 and got off to a flying start, producing and selling daring…

Sun, sea and…back pain – leading osteopath provides advice and tips for pain-free summer travels

There are few bigger dampeners at the start off a desperately needed summer holiday than the misery of chronic back pain, but unfortunately this is a reality for many people. Carrying heavy luggage, as well as being sat for hours…

College wildlife corridor and wellbeing garden picks up another green award

A WILDLIFE corridor and student sanctuary cleaned up at yet another awards ceremony. Fresh from winning the Business category at the inaugural Bionet Awards, the wellbeing garden at Coleg Cambria Deeside received a prestigious prize from Keep Wales Tidy. The…

Half of employers fail to offer retirement support to staff beyond paying into pensions

Over half (51%) of employers fail to offer any additional support to employees approaching retirement beyond contributing to their pension, according to a new survey amongst over 1,176 HR professionals from Punter Southall.* Researchers found that while a third of…

Castle powers up for electric new attraction to be unveiled at summer spectacular

ONE of the North West’s premier event venues is powering up for a summer spectacular as the all-new Bolesworth International welcomes some of the world’s leading car brands. Bolesworth Castle has lined up yet another ‘first of its kind’ for this year’s summer spectacular, which takes place…