Everything is really expensive right now, and WhatsApp group chats are rapidly turning into a place to shriek about how much more a food shop costs and how much smaller everything you buy seems to be getting. With the cost of living crisis still front of most people's minds, a few have been crunching the … Continue reading The cheapest supermarkets for a veggie Christmas dinner this year
Millions of parents in Britain are struggling with their mental health amid the rising cost of living, a lack of childcare and fewer support services. 61% per cent of respondents in a YouGov poll for the charity Unicef UK revealed concerns about their mental health, with those on lower incomes most likely to be affected. … Continue reading New survey paints stark picture of a life as a parent in Great Britain
A recent poll by geek merchandise gurus, Merchoid, reveals that a staggering 87% of moviegoers have encountered bad manners from other audience members on their recent trips to the cinema. Blockbusters like Barbie topped the charts not only at the box office, but also when exploring the movies most affected by poor audience etiquette. The most common bad … Continue reading Vaping, drunkenness and fights – survey finds cinema behaviour worse than ever
Government data shows that men cycle further and more often than women in every age bracket. Diving deeper into the factors behind this, a new report from Paul’s Cycles uncovers what’s preventing people in a range of demographics from taking to the UK’s roads by bike. Surveying around 1,000 road users across England, Scotland, Northern … Continue reading New report highlights gender divide in UK cycling
Every month, thousands of people all over the UK try to avoid ‘wishcycling’ - but wind up doing it anyway. In fact, 84% of households contaminate their recycling due to wishcycling - the act of recycling something we shouldn't, when we're not entirely sure what can or should be recycled. With instances of recycling contamination on the … Continue reading Are you ‘wishcycling’ ?