I survived it all, and I know I will survive whatever the next decade throws at me. And you will too, writes Kirsty McCormack.
We all have our own New Year’s Eve traditions. For some it may be watching the local fireworks display and toasting the year ahead, while for others it’s simply staying up until 12.01am to see in the new year. But, around the world there are a whole host of weird and wonderful traditions that help different countries ring in the new year. From plate smashing to bread banging, this is how the rest of the world celebrates New Year’s Eve.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:How to avoid a hangoverWhy pre-setting your goals is the way forwardThe 2019 trends to invest in
With the new year almost upon us, you’re probably starting to think about those boring resolutions.And while many of us try and avoid anything to do with the word ‘weight’, a lot of us want to look our bests in 2018.There’s no need to cut out serious amounts of food or become a gymaholic in order to tone up and feel fit. One gym session a week is all it takes to make a real difference.With that in mind, here are some of the best gym membership deals for January 2018.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:There’s a medical reason why you might not be good at exerciseThe only four exercises you’ll ever need to shape upHere’s why you really shouldn’t hit up the gym after drinking alcohol
Although Blue Monday is long gone, a lot of us are still feeling a bit blue this winter. To cheer right back up again, why not forget that restrictive ‘new year new you diet’ and that ‘quitting social media for good!’ resolution. Instead, use these science-backed life hacks to favour cookie cramming, bubbly glugging and early morning workout avoiding for lazy lie-ins and Snapchat. Moderation is key, but it beats the alternative, right?
Are you in the middle of trying to keep up your new year resolutions? Eating healthily, waking up on time, being more active – it all sounds familiar. But it’s not all about lifestyle changes y’know – don’t forget your new year beauty resolutions.What are beauty resolutions? We’re talking about the beauty advice that, deep down, you know you should follow. Plus some you didn’t even know about and all made easier with these helpful products. Now you have no excuse to get your beauty routine in order and (hopefully) stick to it.Have you got any beauty resolutions this year or is it all about the lifestyle? Tweet us your thoughts @YahooStyleUK.Anti-ageing neck tape promises to make you look younger and thinnerGoing on a diet? Here’s everything you need to know
Accepting and loving our bodies is no easy feat — so many of us struggle with it on some level every single day.
How precisely we should lose weight is that never-ending conundrum.There are a few things we’ve learned over the years, however – you’ll need to get more active, and starving yourself will only lead to binge eating.And the trick isn’t to skip breakfast, or any meal for that matter, but to pick the right foods.While changing one’s diet is a daunting task, there are certain ones that’ll fast track you to weight loss in a healthy way.How to beat your horrible festive hangoverHow long can you really keep your Christmas leftovers for?
The Christmas party season of 2016 is almost upon us, so no doubt you’re already browsing Asos for sequin-studded playsuits and statement earrings.But sometimes, your hair can be an afterthought despite yuletide being the perfect excuse to go all out.So whether you’re going for fun or sophistication, here are the styles to match those outfits with.Christmas stocking fillers that won’t break the bankBling on a budget: Jewellery that will make any outfit look haute