Red door neighbours are best

People who live behind a red door make the best neighbours, a study revealed yesterday. Researchers found that those with a red front door consider themselves to be among the best neighbours, with nine in ten claiming they are a great person to live next door to. And another 90 per cent are on first-name…

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Red doors = happiest Brits

People who live behind a red door are the happiest in the country, it has been revealed. The study quizzed 2,000 residents about all aspects of their personal and working lives to reveal who had the best outlook on life and how their choice of door colour reflected this. And over half of the study…

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Time to switch off on hol

Experts have pinpointed the exact moment when Brits finally relax and begin enjoying their holiday – 21 hours and 31 minutes after arriving at their destination. The stress of booking, preparing and travelling makes for an exhausting first day when people spend most of their time recovering from the journey, unpacking and settling in. The…

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Feeling good about 2011

Brits have voted The Royal Wedding as their ‘Feel Good Moment of 2011’. A study of 2,000 people into the uplifting events of the past twelve months found that Prince William’s marriage to Kate Middleton on April 29th was the country’s feel good moment of the year. And second in the list were the miraculous…

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A Happy Christmas

The happiest point of Christmas Day is 1.55pm, it was revealed yesterday. A study into our happiness levels on one of the biggest days of the year shows most people are so worried about things running smoothly they don’t truly enjoy themselves until early afternoon. People are only 100 per cent happy once the presents…

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December most stressful

December is the most stressful month for couples, a study revealed yesterday. The findings, which emerged in a study of 3,000 people, show more arguments happen during the festive month than at any other time of the year. Money worries, problems over family logistics and workloads lead to an increase in tension in December, it…

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