The whiff of change is in the air. That back-to-school smell of something starting afresh, of moving on, of embracing all that we’ve learnt and putting it to good use.
September, in my humble opinion, is by far the best time to make new plans, promises and resolutions – January is always so highly pressured. All that giving up the same fun as everyone else only to submit to defeat two weeks later as we crumble under the burden of the drastic challenges we set ourselves. Girls, September is our time.
So, let’s look over our shoulder at the last nine months and think profound thoughts; you know, about our own health and that of our planet. Let’s make a commitment. Even better, let’s make a list! How about these four words for starters?
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What's Stealing Your Sleep?
Up to two thirds of menopausal women regularly experience sleeplessness*, but there are effective ways to treat insomnia
Confessions of a SHOPAHOLIC
The past year has seen online shopping figures soar. But when does healthy spending become an addiction? Woman investigates
Fern's ROMANTIC HOLIDAY!
As she continues to experience a new lease of life, could a magical getaway be on the horizon?
The uninvited CALLER
Sam loved to meet up with her mates online – until a stranger joined them
Energy bills crisis – DO NOTHING!
With prices surging, we’re all desperate for a deal, but here’s why you should sit on your hands…
Bucket list HOLIDAYS
Save your pennies and start planning the trip of a lifetime with our suggestion of the best amazing breaks...
Sight the LIGHTS
Yes, the awe-inspiring Aurora Borealis can be seen from the UK – here are four breathtaking places to see it this winter
View from THE BACK
Nicola Methven says what you’re thinking
ANNIE DEADMAN IS HERE TO HELP YOU, THE EASY WAY!
Why a dose of fear is GOOD FOR YOU
Enjoy a spooky surprise to give your health a treat
The Beat Goes On
Kraków hums with industry, culture and youthful energy.
Connect in Gdańsk
Impress clients in Poland’s picturesque city by the sea.
Kamil Mocet & Impossible Cover Up Tattoos
Hello readers of Tattoo Revue. My name is Kamil Mocet & I’ve been tattooing for over 20 years. My journey with tattoos began with my friend Robert Lypik from TATTOO FAMILIA in Krakow, Poland. I did an apprenticeship with him in 1999.
Yacht builders keep working
Although most yards ceased production or were operating at a vastly reduced capacity during March and April, yacht manufacturing continued in some countries. Some European countries had less stringent measures in place, which meant yachts were still getting built and order books fulfilled.
CONVERSATIONS ON THE FUTURE OF TRANSLATION
Good Storytelling Still Trending - An Interview with Antonia Lloyd-Jones
A Beautiful Heritage Reborn
THERE’S A POLISH PROVERB, “FATE THROWS FORTUNE, BUT NOT EVERYONE CATCHES.” IT MUST HAVE BEEN FATE THAT BROUGHT KATHLEEN BITTNER KOCH UNWITTINGLY TO CEDAR. BUT IT WAS TO THE GOOD FORTUNE OF ALL.
FIRST RAID TO BLECHHAMMER
Escaping and Evading in Southwest Slovakia
Our Guide in Warsaw
A couple finds their hired tour guide more sage for hire—like Socrates, an ambulatory pedagogue.
The Pollution-Busting Drones Of Krakow
Poland’s historic capital is taking action for cleaner air
Eastern Europe's Love Hate Relationship With Immigrants
Hungary and Poland are among those quietly importing workers to ease a labor crunch.