Whilst male and female rowers in the boat race enjoy the same billing these days, it is unfortunately not the case when they step out of the boat and into their work shoes after graduating. According to HECSU's research, even if men and women have
Are you hosting at home this Mothering Sunday or Easter? Do you see it as a chance to prove you're the perfect host? Or does it leave you with a feeling of dread?
Fret not, because we've taken inspiration from our Guide to Entertaining Etiquette and
The first of the Season's events, Cheltenham Festival is one of the more relaxed horse racing events as it does not have a formal dress code.
Taking place in March in the UK, it's wise to dress warmly. Here are our top tips on what to
Ahead of International Women's Day and taking inspiration from our upcoming Impact for Women day course, here’s a teaser of three of the topics covered that can help you on how to stand out at work.
1. Create Confidence Affirmations
Think of an area in which you would
Finally a positive eBay feedback story. Matt Shoukry in Missouri got a lot more for the old VHS player he sold on eBay than he expected. And we’re not talking about money.
The buyer of the VHS player was an 86-year-old man from Phoenix, Arizona, who decided
Are you confused by dating in the digital age? There was a time when dating simply involved submitting a personal ad to your local newspaper and knowing which three and four-letter acronyms to use. Or you'd just ask someone out for a drink.
One example of
Do you know how to say 'sorry'? As our A-Z of Modern Manners highlights, the British are particularly bad for near-compulsive apologising: saying 'sorry' when someone has barged into you.
It's a different story in business, however. In the past couple of years, we've seen more
Have you decided that 2019 is going to be the year you land your dream job? Good! Find out below how to write a CV.
You're not alone, January continues to be the busiest month of the year for job applications. So, how to write a
With whisky, bagpipes and poetry aplenty, a Burns Night supper is a lot of fun. Here's the traditional format for the evening in remembrance of the memory of Robert Burns, Scotland's most celebrated poet:
1. Before everyone sits down to eat, the host says the Selkirk