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It pays to be cheeky sometimes!

The power of being cheeky is not something that should ever be underestimated, and there are some lovely examples of people doing that at the moment.

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The internet is your new high street

The trend in online shopping is showing no signs of slowing down.

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The fridge or not the fridge – that is the question

Where do you stand on the great fridge debate? Should your tomato sauce be kept in the fridge, or in the cupboard?

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Dogs and their owners are more alike than we think

They say dogs are like their owners, well now researchers think there may be more truth in that saying than we realise.

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Sibling rivalry just got worse

Oh dear, sibling rivalry everywhere is about to get worse.

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The six-hour shocker!

You have to laugh at Sweden’s ‘experiment’ with a six-hour working day.

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I wouldn’t have minded a vegetable shortage when I was a kid!

It is the news that every child in the United Kingdom will be revelling at – there is a shortage of vegetables in Great Britain!

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A day’s break from running after 52 years

I thought I was doing well to manage a couple of short jogs a week until I heard about former Olympian Ron Hill.

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Slippers may improve school grades

Wearing slippers in school promotes better grades according to a university study.

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Too old to say awesome?

I was recently told, by a person the same age as me I might add, that I am too old to use the word ‘awesome’.

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