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I have just listened to an interview with a man whose job is to test the crunch on biscuits, the crispiness of crisps and the texture of roast potatoes. Seriously, I need to see the job description for this role and the qualification and experience...

But after 12 months off on maternity leave I am sat at my desk just before 9am, coffee made, lipstick on, wearing matching shoes and no trace of any Frozen stickers stuck to my jumper. Children safely deposited at nursery and no call as yet...

Team GB are absolutely smashing the Olympics in Rio this year. Even though the majority of us haven’t been lucky enough to cheer them on and watch the Games live, we always have social media to see us through. Since the last Olympics, social media...

Social media channels are constantly evolving. Facebook started off as a platform for people to connect with their friends but is now a place for news, shopping, business, video… the list is endless. Similarly Instagram started life as a straightforward image-sharing app, however it is...

Social media apps are constantly evolving to keep up with the latest trends. For example you can now make group calls in Facebook Messenger, Twitter has introduced its Moments feature - which allows you to see the best of what’s currently happening on Twitter -...

So, I finally did it. I took the plunge. Most of my friends were shocked. “I can’t believe it!” they exclaimed, “What made you do it?” Then came the curious whispers: “So what did it actually feel like?” It felt good, I guess. Nerve-wracking but freeing. I’m waiting...

Two major things came to an end this week. The Independent is no more. The paper version that is. And Saturday Kitchen. The James Martin version. Which lets face it, James is Saturday Kitchen. Millions of women tuned in under the pretence of getting culinary...

Said with a grimace and a slightly angry, aggressive tone. I for one am glad to see the back of January 2016. Day one started with a raging, self-inflicted headache. Day two progressed no better. The customary new years day walk was replaced by a...

Last year was an exciting year for social media, with channels adding new features on a monthly basis to keep their audience happy and improve the user experience. Twitter introduced video capability, allowing users to attach videos up to 30 seconds in length to their posts,...

Eleven days into 2016 and I have discovered that I’ve become a social outcast. I have nothing to contribute to banter with friends or polite conversation with people I meet in my local shops. I am a former self-confessed chatterbox who is lost for words....