Month: November 2014

Manage your passwords better

Juggling passwords – argh! Is there a more relevant sound (other than the obvious expletive that is unprintable in context)? According to new research commissioned by identity management organisation Centrify Corporation over a quarter of us now enter a password online more than 10 times a day nearly half (42 per cent) of us creating at least […]

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Tips to boost your winter wellbeing

Seasonal changes often affect our internal body clock – making us feel lethargic and, well, sad. Our bodies need to manage the change from summer to winter time as the change in clocks disturbs our daily rhythm and routine. Diminishing sunlight can also lead to a lack in Vitamin D and sometimes a drop in mood, […]

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Students would rather live at home

Why would students prefer to live at home than in university accommodation? And why on earth would graduates be happy for mum to be doing the cooking, cleaning and ironing…still! It’s an interesting question, especially because 62 per cent of young Britons are quite happy to live at home. […]

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The cheapest student broadband for 2014

Life without the internet is, like, totally impossible. It’s a pretty shameful thing to admit but it’s true. Of course, we need to access course material and a whole bunch of uni-related stuff but we also need to keep connected with the world, our pals…life. Such is modern living. So, what’s the best deal? There are […]

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