• Buying free time (not material stuff) is the key to happiness
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    Alice Sholl

    Buying free time (not material stuff) is the key to happiness

    Perhaps last night's Deliveroo wasn't such a bad financial call after all.

  • Meal boxes worth trying (because who has time to cook every night?)
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    Ellen Manning

    Meal boxes worth trying (because who has time to cook every night?)

    In this day and age, we could all do with a few handy ways to make life just that little bit easier – like taking the hassle out of cooking dinner. Meal boxes are no big secret and the huge variety available out there now is testament to how many people turn to them to liven up their kitchens during the busy working week. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.

  • Vagina ice pops are here to ease the pain of childbirth
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    Marie Claire Dorking

    Vagina ice pops are here to ease the pain of childbirth

    A dad has come up with an unusual way to ease new mums post-birth pain...vagina ice pops or condoms filled with water and then frozen. Yikes!

  • McDonald's might be introducing a home delivery service
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    Alice Sholl

    McDonald's might be introducing a home delivery service

    When you’re deciding which takeaway to order, it’s usually Chinese food, Indian food or pizza. Considering that burgers – namely a little company named McDonald’s – is one of our favourite fast food treats, why isn’t that an option on the list too? “In McDonald’s top five markets (U.S., France, the U.K., Germany and Canada) nearly 75% of the population lives within three miles of a McDonald’s,” it read.

  • What's with the epidural-shaming?
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    Marie Claire Dorking

    What's with the epidural-shaming?

    Giving birth is no walk in the park. Because whether you opted to go au-natural or you begged for every drug going your own personal birth story is going to be judged. Yep, a drug introduced to offer pain-relief to mums in the thrashes of labour has now become a source of competitiveness and it’s putting already stressed-out mums-to-be under increased pressure.