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Create A Warm and Cozy Atmosphere with Simple Lighting

As the coronavirus pandemic rages on, many of us are still spending an increased amount, if not the majority of time in our homes. It is an uncertain, taxing and trying time for everyone, and with the winter months upon us, our homes can offer a warm, safe and cosy sanctuary.

The Post Pandemic Office

Remote working has been the new norm during the COVID-19 pandemic and finding it successful more and more companies are intending to continue the practice after the pandemic is over. Some companies such as Twitter have already offered employees to permanently work from home, whilst others will offer this a sustainable option for those who would like this added flexibility.

Fuzzy Thinking? Brain Fog? Here’s How To Cope

Brain Fog, or fuzzy thinking is not always just down to a ‘bad day’ or getting older, but can also be due to underlying health conditions or a problematic lifestyle. As the pandemic continues to rage and much of our daily lives have been upended by its repercussions, trouble concentrating, re-calling simple words, or following a train of thought may be exacerbated or exposed.

Buying An Electric Car

Electric cars have been on the market for some time, and manufacturers are improving their technology. Some countries such as the UK, plan to ban the sale of petrol and diesel cars from a certain point to better combat climate change (in the UK’s case 2030) and with more and more people becoming more eco-conscious, the sale of electric cars is rapidly increasing.

Adding Superfoods Into Your Diet

Whether your new years resolution was to be healthier, or trying to keep your immune system well equipped, or simply looking to improve your wellbeing via a healthier diet, superfoods are great additions to your meals. Packed with various vitamins, minerals, proteins, antioxidants.

The UK’s Battle with Coronavirus in 2021

On Wednesday, the UK’s third national lockdown legally came into force. Following the rapid rise of cases and the subsequent harsher restrictive measures. Prior to the national lockdown, the UK was divided into tiers based on severity, the highest tier – a newly instated tier four – was in response to a new COVID-19 variant that is estimated to be up to 70% more transmissible.

The Media’s Language Disparity Between Capitol Rioters and BLM Protesters Highlights Racial Injustice

On Wednesday, January 6th 2020 congressman had gathered in the US Capitol building to certify the election results that would confirm Joe Biden as the next US President. A violent mob of Trump supporters, some of whom were armed, marched on the Capitol building, storming the building, clashing with officers, causing the deaths of five people.

Green Cleaning

Cleaning our homes has been especially important during the coronavirus pandemic, not only to safeguard ourselves, loved ones and homes against the COVID-19 virus but as many of us spent more and more time in our homes, they undoubtedly became messier quicker. As more and more people are becoming eco-conscious the use of eco-friendly thinking is on the rise.

Three Advances in Healthcare Technology

Healthcare has definitely been in the spotlight for the majority of 2020, as the world faced the global coronavirus pandemic, scientists raced to develop a vaccination and we praised our brave and heroic health workers that cared for and protected our loved ones and ourselves.

How Did Scientists Deliver The Vaccine So Fast?

To hope for one even by the summer of 2021 seemed highly optimistic.’ Vaccinations normally take years of research, trials and development before they are approved and rolled out, some scientists even suggested an average of 10 years.