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We are officially ‘Over the Hump’! It is Wednesday, and the downhill slope to the weekend starts here! Our highlights from across where-i-live.com this week include :   We reached 20,900 followers on Twitter! Monday was International Kissing Day! We looked into why so many LGBT couples are afraid to show affection in public, with over 60% even afraid to hold...
Skipping lunch breaks costs business £50m a day through a loss in productivity when employees run out of energy mid-afternoon, and has also been shown to be damaging employees' mental and physical health. But the fight-back has begun with the social media #TakeBackLunch movement. By Angus Wright You know the feeling; you’re working away at your desk with lunchtime approaching. You’ve...
Holding hands. Gentle pecks on the cheek. Innocent signals of affection between two people in love. Small acts which many couples take for granted, still possess an inherent danger for many. A recent survey performed by the Fundamental Rights Agency sheds light on why. By Andrew Cook You’re out shopping for the day, holding your partner’s hand. You walk idly down...
Is The Gambia on your bucket list? Despite its recent troubles and the disruption caused by the global pandemic, The Gambia is slowly becoming a hidden gem on the West African coast. By Elis Williams For most people, when deciding where to travel on their next holiday post Covid-19, The Gambia probably isn’t the first location to pop into their heads. Understandably...
The site of the former Bangour Hospital made national news when a surge of visitors to the site forced local authorities to put on extra police, security measures and road closures in an effort to deter unwanted explorers from further damaging the site. But what was compelling visitors to come to the site in their hundreds, turning Bangour into...