I'm not a superadventurous person by any means. Skydiving will never be on my bucket list and I never use hot sauce on my food - ever! But in the name of my physical and mental health, I'm into trying just about anything. I tried CrossFit for a year (and I'm still at it!), and I also committed to drinking a gallon of water a day for three weeks (spoiler alert: there were LOTS of trips to the toilet).
If weight loss is your goal, you're probably wondering what kind of workouts are the best use of your time. Rather than prescribing specific workouts or certain gyms, Ridge Davis, a personal trainer based in West Hollywood, CA, laid out the five best exercises that will help you reach your fitness goals in the fastest, most effective way. "When more muscles engage in one movement, more calories are able to burn in your workout in a shorter amount of time," Ridge told POPSUGAR.
The UK’s leading airlines have demanded a guarantee that passenger fees will not increase at an expanded Heathrow. Willie Walsh, chief executive of IAG, said Heathrow is the most expensive airport that his firm operates from, and that any increase in costs could mean “the third runway will become a white elephant”.
The inaugural Eurostar service took three hours, 44 minutes from London St Pancras to Amsterdam Centraal station. On the return journey, I set out to test the same point-to-point trip by air. There are frequent trains to the airport.
You won't believe how different this woman looked before dropping thousands of dollars to look like Barbie.
A Twitter user who goes by the name Onson Sweemey has shared a series of photos of eccentric gender reveal cakes that have been presented by expectant parents at their baby showers. One person’s baby shower has even been decorated with a strange sign that reads: “Pistols or pearls,” with accompanying images of a gun and a crown. Sweemey’s tweet has been retweeted 43,000 times and liked 137,000 times, with many people commenting with expressions of disbelief and their own examples of odd baby shower cakes.
No sleep, backache and swarms of black flies – why spotting a moose in Canada is harder than you thought
From the silky neck-tie to how the fash pack are carrying their supersized bags this season, consider this the ultimate London Fashin Week cheat sheet.
Most people - and women in particular - have been on a diet at some point in their lives. Past studies have concluded that two thirds of Brits are on a diet “most of the time,” women will spend 17 years of their lives on diets, and they also go on twice as many diets as they have lovers. Atkins, Dukan, Keto, cabbage soup, 5:2… we get lured in by weight loss promises that seem too good to be true - and they usually only work because they all come down to cutting calories.
If you thought your life was a mess, it's nothing compared to the mess Izzy has gotten herself into. Played by Black Mirror 's Mackenzie Davis (you know, from pretty much the only happy episode of Black Mirror) Izzy is the titular character in Izzy Gets The F*ck Across Town, a story about one day, one engagement, and zero cars. When her ex Roger (Alex Russell) and his new fianceé Whitney (Sarah Goldberg) throw themselves an engagement party, Izzy realises this is her last chance to convince him to come back to her and, hopefully, fix her entire life.
Eurostar finally launches a direct service to Amsterdam – 14 months late and with a major catch
It's official, our Hazelnut Crunch Chocolate Truffle Easter Egg is THE BEST! We're over the moon to come top, out of 142 (yes, 142!) in the @goodhousekeepinguk 2018 Easter Egg Taste Test. Easter is nigh, which for many people means mostly one thing: chocolate. The Good Housekeeping Institute conducted a 'blind' test of Easter treats (available in 2018) and the winner might surprise you: Booja-Booja’s vegan hazelnut crunch chocolate truffles, which contain no dairy, gluten or soya.
Here's the thing: quitting alcohol is not hard. Unless you're dealing with a serious illness (read: alcoholism), it's actually very, very easy. If you say it's hard, you're in for a reality check, sister. You're not giving up food, you're not short on medication, you're not fighting an illness . . . you're just not drinking. I say this from experience, because it was one of the easiest things I've ever done.