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How Achieving Your Resolutions Will Improve Your Life Fulfillment

Making New Year’s Resolutions is easy, it’s keeping them that requires effort and determination. The New Year’s Resolution Show spoke to Misha Nestor, CEO of LifeTracker, about the relationship between achieving goals and life fulfiment, and how modern technology can help you more easily meet those targets you set for yourself.    

Research Shows Dogs Key to Happiness and Fitness

With health and happiness being two of the most common reasons behind most people's New Year's Resolutions, could the secret to both be as simple as letting a furry friend into your life? According to a new study by the RSPCA and life insurer Vitality, Dog owners have better health, happiness and social lives than those who do not have dogs. Researchers undertook an in-depth social study of dog owners and non-dog owners – and revealed those with dogs get more exercise, are happier in their work lives and make friends more easily than non-dog owners.

Looking for a New Year's Resolution? How About Helping More Birds to Fly...

That expensive gym membership may help the way the outside world sees us, but what about committing to a New Year's resolution that's good for the soul and great for nature; how about helping more birds to fly?

It may sound strange, but there's much written about the benefits of feeding birds, with supplementary bird feeding presenting a helping hand when "natural" food is scarce; and bird food company Haith's is encouraging more of us to take up the hobby of bird feeding for just that reason.

New Year, New Language...New Job?

Many look at the New Year as a time to Resolve to Be More; whether that means looking for a better job or learning a new language. But according to new research, you could kill two birds with one stone, as a new language may make you more desirable to employers.

10 Resolutions to Make You Happier at Work in The New Year

After the events of the last year, many will be looking to change their lives for the better, and make New Year’s Resolutions that bring about a real difference in their lives. Plenty of people are feeling like it’s time to take back control, and where better to start than work?

The New Year’s Resolution Show spoke to Helen Jones, an expert on workplace wellbeing and psychological health and founder of Cardiff-based Cortecs, who deliver leadership and management training. Here are her 10 simple and achievable tips to make your working life run smoothly throughout the next year.

Help Charities Make the Most of Your Unwanted Items This New Year

It’s that time once again when we’re inclined to take a look at the contents of our homes and wonder what needs to go. Alastair Petrie, from Gift Aid specialists BMc Azurri provides his top tips for making sure charity shops can get the most from your charitable donations

New Research Finds CVs Recruiters Crave

With nearly 1 in 3 Britons having job seeking among their New Year’s to-do list, it may be that the New Year is the perfect time to blow the dust off that Curriculum Vitae and make sure it passes muster. But new research has shown that it is not your skills or education that are most enticing to recruiters, but how much experience you have. 

Do You Need a New Year Detox From Your Phone?

Among the many things you may Resolve to give up this New Year, there is one addiction that could be hardest of all to cut down on. Millions of Britons are missing out on life’s most precious moments – because they are too busy trying to capture them on their mobile phones, according to a new study.

Don't Let "Mathsiety" Stop You This New Year

New Year’s Resolutions are not always simply about weight loss or quitting smoking, and every year millions of adults look to improve skills they feel are sorely lacking. If you are one of those who are worrying about their maths skills, then you are not alone, as a new study has shown that millions of British adults CAN’T answer maths GCSE papers sat by 15 year olds.

Sixteen Spells End Of Sport For Half Of Women

With many of the nation’s women making their New Year’s Resolution to increase their physical activity, it could be that the route of the problem lies in women feeling excluded from sport at a young age. Sweet sixteen spells the end of sport for more than half of teenage girls, a study has found. Losing interest, a lack of time and feeling like they weren’t good enough means 53 per cent of girls give up sport once they finish school and compulsory PE lessons.


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