Features Samantha Rea 23 May 2018 Read on Why single people are the best keepers of secrets Candida Crewe ‘You don’t need to take your top off unless you’re washing cars! I don’t know what goes through men’s minds sometimes. Awful.’ I am talking to dating expert Kate Taylor about the pictures men post on their dating profiles. Swiping and scrolling through dating apps to find a match, I’ve seen an abundance of topless torsos on beaches and in bathroom mirrors, via cameras set to selfie mode. ‘I think they need to take a step back and remember their market,’ says Taylor, whose advice is not to be sniffed at, as she’s the doyenne of the Debrett’s and OurTime guide to online dating for the over 50s. This guide, Taylor tells me, was born because post-divorce, a large chunk of over 50s are finding themselves single, but lacking the confidence to mingle. ‘The Debrett’s guide is your … [Read more...] about Why you are never too old for online dating
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Newsbeat 20 April 2018 Share this with Facebook Share this with Twitter Share this with Messenger Share this with Messenger Share this with Email Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/newsbeat-43837584 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel A poster telling people not to give change to rough sleepers has sparked a debate on how people treat them.It's after a housing campaigner posted a picture of a poster online which said: "You will be helping them to buy the … [Read more...] about What’s the best way to help rough sleepers?
Online dating is a good option for entertainment, but some people do look for, and do find, potential partners for romantic relationships or even family. However, in this case, after online dating, the first offline date happens, and much depends on it. We have listed 10 mistakes people make when they start dating. Basically, these are true even when you have the first online date via a video chat because the only difference is that you don’t have physical contact, while all other communications factors are included. So make sure you avoid these mistakes, to make your date successful. #1 – No eye contact Unsustained eye contact makes the other person feel you don’t care, especially if you are checking your phone. This is particularly noticeable when you are communicating via video chat. #2 – Being unconfident Do not be shy and mumbling, people will really lose interest in you, and you don’t want people to meet you once more merely out of sympathy. #3 … [Read more...] about 10 Ways to Spoil Your First Date
WITH the days getting longer, your thoughts might be turning to holidays. But with a week abroad in summer costing a family of four £1,212 on average, according to Asda Money, any extra cash will be welcome. Here, we reveal some simple ways to make more dosh. Get paid to queue: We’re British, we love to queue and it is even better if you can get paid to do it. Through bidvine.com you can offer your services to anybody wanting you to stand in a queue for them, for instance to buy tickets. You can set a price and most jobs cost around £15 to £20 an hour. Transcribe meetings and conferences for a fee: If you are a speedy typist, companies will pay to transcribe audio recordings of conferences or meetings. Sign up at sites such as waywithwords.net who pay 28p per audio minute. Earn money to surf the Internet: If mindlessly browsing the internet is your favourite hobby, register with the Qmee app or browser add on. If you click on one of the ads you like, you will be … [Read more...] about Five ways to make extra cash, from getting paid to queue to renting out your driveway — plus how you can win £2,500 for your holiday
Eating more slowly may be the key to losing weight – along with cutting out after dinner snacks and not eating two hours before bedtime, according to a new study. Researchers discovered that slowing down the speed at which you eat, as well as putting late suppers and midnight feasts to bed help to shed the pounds. Their findings, published by the online journal BMJ Open, show that changing these eating habits was strongly associated with lower obesity and weight and smaller waist circumference. The researchers based their findings on health insurance data for nearly 60,000 people with diabetes In Japan who submitted claims and had regular health check-ups between 2008 and 2013. The claims included information on the dates of consultations and treatments, while the check-ups included measurements of body mass index (BMI) and waist circumference, and the results of tests for blood chemistry, urine, and liver function. During the check-ups, the participants were … [Read more...] about Eating more slowly ‘may be the best way to lose weight’