IF YOU wake up in the morning feeling groggy, you may want to think about setting yourself a bed time. Don't worry, we're not going to force you to get eight hours of shut eye every night, but you should be considering a few things when you think about your bedtime AND how many hours your children ideally need... What time should I be going to sleep each night? The ideal time to go to bed depends on what time you need to be up in the morning. 7-8 hours in the 'general' recommended amount for adults, but some suggest the most important thing to consider is your 'sleep cycles' instead of hours in bed. A sleep cycle lasts 90 minutes and during that time, you body moves through five 'stages' of sleep: stage 1, a light sleep where muscle activity slows down; stage 2, where breathing and heart-rate slows further; stage 3, deep sleep; stage 4, very deep sleep; and stage 5, which includes rapid eye movement and dreaming. Many say that as long as these cycles are no interrupted, you … [Read more...] about What time should I sleep each night, how much sleep do I need and my children need for their age?
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SCHOOLKIDS all over the country will be preparing for their GCSE maths exam. While it is normal to feel worried and stressed, there are lots of ways you can prepare for the test and give yourself the best shot at success. How does the GCSE maths exam work? The Edexcel GCSE maths exam is spread over three separate papers - each part is worth 80 marks and has a 33.3 per cent weighting. The first test is a non-calculator exam, and students can use a calculator for the second two parts. Over the three papers, pupils will be tested on geometry, number, ratio, proportion and rates of change, algebra and statistics and probability. To see the full specification of topics you need to know, click here. What equations or formulae will I need? Students will need to memorise many of the formulae currently given in the formulae sheets at the front of the exam papers. These include: Volume of a prism Area of a trapezium The Quadratic equation (Higher tier only) The sine rule, cosine rule, and area … [Read more...] about GCSE maths explained – how does the non calculator test work and what equations do I need for the exam?
The Arsenal boss has announced he will step down at the end of the season, ending a 22-year reign at the club. Klopp, who has a six-year contract which runs until 2022, has no intention of staying on anywhere close to Wenger's tenure. In a television interview this week the 50-year-old said he did not want to die on the touchline and when asked to expand on that he said: "Because of age. "I love what I do and I enjoy it but it's intense - but most jobs are intense. The big difference is we are constantly in the focus. "Do I need the fact that I am famous? No. I don't need it a bit. It's not that I feel that special but it happens and I'd be really happy if it stops one day. "If no-one remembers me, that's not a problem. That's a dream for me. Read more here: "We get really well paid so that's OK, we can have the life we never dreamed of but I don't want to have this life and I cannot walk any more. "I have back problems in the morning and neck problems when I wake up but life … [Read more...] about ‘Do I need the fact that I am famous? No. I don’t need it a bit’
WE use them on our skin nearly every day, but can you remember the last time you cleaned your make-up brushes? This is why you should keep them properly cleansed and how you can make sure all bacteria is removed. Why should I clean my make-up brushes? If you don’t properly clean your brushes they can build up with dead skin cells, bacteria, dirt and old make-up. And that’s not even including the odd time you drop your brush on the floor or it touches the dirty insides of your bag. If you are prone to skin breakouts or acne, this can actually make the problem worse. Meanwhile any cuts and grazes on your face can become infected if you sweep a bacteria-laden brush over the area. How do I clean my make-up brushes? Lay your brushes out on a towel, and one by one place them under a warm, running tap When washing, point the brush downwards into the water instead of submerging them, to prevent them from getting damaged Remove excess make-up using soap or make-up cleanser If … [Read more...] about How do I clean my make-up brushes, how often do I need to do it and what should I use?
Question: I am currently employed and working full time, however I do sometimes carry out other services for which I earned a few hundred pounds this year. Do I need to complete a self-assessment tax return for this income? My friend told me that there’s a new trading allowance which may cover my other income, please can you explain? Mr T – St Leonards Answer: Your friend may be correct, as from 6 April 2017, there is a £1,000 trading allowance available. This means that if your total income in a tax year is £1,000 or less then you do not need to declare that income on a self-assessment tax return or pay tax on that income. It is important to note that the new rule considers your income and not your profit. You may find that your total profit, which is calculated as income less allowable expenses, is less than £1,000; however, if your total income is more than £1,000, then you would still be required to declare that income on a self-assessment tax … [Read more...] about Do I need to complete self assessment for earning a few hundred extra pounds?