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16 Unique Wedding Dresses That Will Make You Gasp

Some were super risqué, others were simply ahead of their time.<p>From Bianca Jagger's low-cut skirt suit to Gwen Stefani's ombré pink gown, the world has seen a <i>lot</i> of wild wedding dresses.


Kate Middleton's 22 Most Controversial Outfits

You can't please everyone.<p>Getting photographed every single time she steps outside, the Duchess of Cambridge was bound to face a few critics.

Kate Middleton

The anxiety survival guide: How to conquer your worries

What makes you anxious? Ask and you’ll get a million different answers (believe me, I did). They ranged from feeling overloaded or constantly on-call to health worries, tax bills or even just answering the phone.<p>Ask how anxiety feels and the answers may range from ‘sick and jittery’ to ‘having a …

Thich Nhat Hanh

Having an affair: the dodgy things that soon become normal

What’s it like having an affair and is there anything to be learnt from it when it’s over? One woman shares her recent experience<p>I had a little fling recently. It wasn’t a big thing. But it was a thing. I was a walking cliché of selfish middle-class ennui: I’ve been married a long time, we’ve …


How To Create Your Social Media Strategy In 4 Easy Steps

<i>“Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning, and focused effort.” – Paul J. Meyer</i><p>Creating and executing a successful social media strategy takes effort. It can be a little daunting starting from the beginning, but I’ve laid out a …


15 maps that will change the way you see the world

Telegraph Travel has mapped the world in many ways – here are some of the most eye-opening.<p>1. Life expectancy<p>This map shows the world according to life expectancy. The results are depressingly unsurprising. Africa is the only continent that contains nations where the average life expectancy is …

World Economic Forum

30 places in Europe you must see in your lifetime

European Travel

11 common myths about the brain that need to be smashed

Nevertheless, the world is filled with dozens of ideas about why we think the way we do.<p>Here are 11 of the most common brain myths — and the surprising science to counter them:

The Brain

Why You Should Be Careful About What You 'Like' On Facebook

Facebook launched a new “like” button last month and users have been more engaged with posts since it launched. But the problem with “liking” too much content is that Facebook users are often duped into promoting malicious information, especially if the messages appear to be positive. Malicious …

Social Media

39 OMG-Worthy Ways to Wear Florals This Spring

Depending on where you live, spring might be in full swing or (womp womp) you might have a few more weeks of snow, slush and freezing temps to combat. But no matter what’s in the weather forecast from now until those (not so far off) balmy summer days, you don’t have to wait until the last …


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These 2 phones could be the biggest threats to the iPhone 7

If history is any indication, Apple's next flagship smartphone (presumably called the iPhone 7) will make its debut in September.<p>The most significant competition it's likely to face, however, could arrive this month. Samsung's Galaxy S7 and LG's G5 are scheduled to make their debuts in the near …


Anti-ageing products that we now know work

For anyone who's ever wondered if a face cream can truly keep us younger, it looks like science just got a step closer to answering the age-old beauty conundrum. Researchers at Newcastle University have identified an enzyme in the skin cell's battery, going by the catchy name of ‘mitochondrial …

Skin Care

The French Five Piece Wardrobe Plan will transform the way you get dressed

From what they eat to what they wear, French women have long been a fashion world obsession. Now, the mystery of how they make Breton tops and black tailoring look simultaneously timeless and modern may have been solved: it’s all about building a wardrobe methodically and mathematically – what is …


Europe's 28 best hidden seaside resorts

European Travel

The world's most romantic hotels

Which cities have the most romantic hotels? Our destination experts make a case for their favourite locations and where to stay when there.<p>Venice<p>In a city so unremittingly romantic as Venice, accommodation to match the mood is essential. George Clooney opted for the opulent Aman Grand Canal – for …

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

The 19 best Greek islands

European Travel

12 cities you must visit in 2016: a month-by-month guide

You might want to avoid the crowds, you might want to enjoy them. You might want to eat on a rooftop, you might prefer a cosy niche by the fire. Perhaps you’d like your trip to coincide with a new opera or exhibition. Or maybe you prefer being outside and enjoying the parks and street life. …

Prints of darkness: macabre vintage posters – in pictures

Before TV and radio, the main way of reaching the public was with large, eye-catching posters. Theatre, silent film and opera would be advertised with colourful images fixed to walls or fences. Most have been lost or destroyed, but Los Angeles art gallery Century Guild has a collection of peculiar …

13 bad habits you should break in 2016 to be more productive

Being more productive is about working smarter, not harder, and making the most of each day. While this is no easy feat, getting more done in less time is a much more attainable goal if you're not sabotaging yourself with bad habits.<p>Following are 13 things you should stop doing right now to become …

Time Management

One Day: ‘Mum told me that I'm her favourite child - my sister was right all along'

My phone beeps as a text from Mum arrives. ‘Fancy going shopping on Saturday? PS. Do you mind if we don’t invite your sister?’<p>Another day, another example of my mother shamelessly revealing her favouritism for me. And believe me, I’d much rather she didn’t - because it’s not easy being the …


6 Destinations to Visit This Fall That Won't Break the Bank

If it wasn't your favorite season already, it's about to be.<p>Often, the word that follows summer is "vacation," but traveling during the season frequently comes with high costs. And, while we'd love to get away from it all, our wallets would prefer to stay intact.<p>But as fall kicks off, so do …

25 Museums You Need to Visit in Your Lifetime

The breathtaking art collections (and striking architecture) are certainly worth the trip.<p>TripAdvisor recently released its list of the world's top 25 museums, a comprehensive ranking includes places from all corners of the world.

Today's lesson? The history of sex. Not so boring then...

Each generation believes itself (quite rightly) to have invented sex. We do this (quite rightly) to protect ourselves from the thought of our parents …

How Greece Became European

The troubled relationship between modern Greeks and their neighbors to the north and west—sometime admirers, sometime lenders, sometime detractors—helps explain today’s crisis.<p>Greece is the cradle of European civilization, but is it even in Europe?<p>The answer might seem obvious: The country is on …


Facebook, Google, and the Economics of Time

The two giants of the mobile-ad economy have opposing philosophies on making money from your time. Namely, Google saves time while Facebook soaks it up.<p>In 2011, Hal Varian, the chief economist at Google, wanted to study the millions of hours saved by Google searches. His team took questions like,</i> …

Digital Advertising

If you remember this story, another memory will die off

Remembering makes us forget as the process of recall actually causes people to lose other memories<p>Remembering makes us forget as the process of recall actually causes people to lose other memories, a study has found.<p>Researchers at Birmingham University and the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences unit …

The Brain