Society should not be defined by media concept of beauty
An anorexic who dropped to just 25kg (4st) in weight has saved herself by getting a job at McDonald’s.
Jo Thompson battled the eating disorder for six years. At one point, doctors gave her just 48 hours to live.
But in a bid to break the cycle and get used to seeing people eat around her, she applied for a job at a fast food chain in 2007 and soon fell in love with her manager, Zoheb.
A company with the name Digital First Media has a reputation to uphold when it comes to thinking about the future of publishing, and CEO John Paton didn't disappoint in a recent interview with a reporter for one of his chain's newspapers. Among other things, he talked about paywalls, and also about where he plans to take the company in the future.
Between the ages of 23 and 30 and identify with one or more of the points below? Yeah, you're a quarter-lifer.
1. You've run out of money
You're 26 years old and dammit, your tastes have evolved. Suddenly, the happy hour in Wetherspoons no longer seems sophisticated and you've started to frequent bars where you can choose what kind of whisky to have in your Old Fashioned.
We're constantly reminded of the dangers of sharing too much information online and a comedian has taken it upon himself to highlight some of the consequences.
Jack Vale researched the social media profiles of people living in his area and began approaching them on the street.
Addressing strangers by their first name and revealing intimate details such as birthdays and parents' nicknames, Vale caught many off-guard.