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Grating vegetables into food and hanging clothes to save ironing – mum’s list of clever ‘cheats’

The average mum relies on a string of clever ‘cheats’ to get by – including passing off bought cakes as their own, spraying furniture polish when visitors are on their way and bribing the kids to get ready for school, it has been revealed. Other common cheats include freezing food for later use, grating vegetables [...]


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Memory lapse – four things slip our mind every day

The average person forgets four important facts, items or events every day, it has been revealed. Researchers who carried out the study among 2,000 adults found we typically forget as many as 1460 things every year, including leaving for work without a phone, keys or wallet or forgetting what you went into a room for. The [...]


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Water you thinking? We replay arguments, analyse dreams and schedule the day every morning – in the shower

Replaying an argument with the other half, planning what we intend to wear that day and analysing last nights’ dream are just some of the things we think about in the shower, a new survey has shown. Researchers revealed the average adult spends just nine minutes and 22 seconds in the shower each morning and mentally [...]


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The Sleeper Hold- Brits need three alarms just to get up in the morning

The average Brit hits the snooze button at 6.22am – and gets out of bed ten minutes  later, it has been revealed. The study, part of Premier Inn‘s sleep report, also found six out of ten Brits use their phone to wake them up, with one in 20 setting three alarms to ensure they wake [...]


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Groundhog Day- majority of mum’s life is set to autopilot

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Millions of mums feel trapped in Groundhog Day, amid the never-changing routine of looking after the kids and keeping on top of the housework, research has revealed. Experts who studied the daily routines of 2,000 mums found eight out of ten spend the majority of their week on autopilot, conducting the same chores in exactly [...]


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Moody Mornings- brits can’t bear to talk to anyone until gone 8am

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Millions of Brits admit they can’t bear to talk to anyone until at least 8am, it has emerged. Researchers found a bad night’s sleep, worries about the work day ahead and the dark winter mornings mean almost three quarters of people struggle to get going once they get out of bed. More than half even [...]


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Not enough hours in the day- mum’s time-saving tricks

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Mums are developing a string of time saving methods to make their lives easier – including buying convenience foods, bribing the children with treats and freezing food to use later in the week, as a study carried out among 2,000 mothers found hectic schedules, which involve running the kids to and from schools and clubs, [...]


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