It's about time we all got TikTok famous right? Well we are here to help you create the best content in this weeks blog as we give you all the trending songs on TikTok in 2021. Including Erica Banks' Buss It and Yung Baby Tate's 'I Am'. TikTok had it's extremely popular moments in 2020 and it's definitely becoming more popular in 2021. Dance challenges, viral songs, memes and everything in between are back for another year of creative videos. Famous TikTokers here we come! ITV told RadioTimes.com back in June 2020: “Love Island UK will return bigger and better than ever with an extended run in summer 2021.” Here's a look at the confirmed contestants for this year's line-up...
About Niketa DixonThis author has not yet filled in any details.
So far Niketa Dixon has created 57 blog entries.
Who doesn’t love a new tip or a new fancy trick? There's so much we can do with our iPhones and we know exactly what. In this weeks blog we've decided to let you in on a few secrets with 10 iPhone tips and tricks you can use to make your life a whole lot easier.
Is a toned, sculpted, perky booty something you want? We're getting you peachy ready in this weeks blog. The key to lifting, toning and shaping your butt is all about completing targeted glute exercises two to three times a week. We’re going to show you five of the best moves for that big booty! Not just for booty lovers this is, these moves help burn tons of calories so they're great to use for general fitness too. Try these exercises at home and get ready for Hot Girl Summer!
Over the last 6 years Love Island has become ITV2's most-watched show. Love Island 2021 is upon us, launching Tonight on itv2 and itvhub at 9pm and has been confirmed to be returning to the usual beautiful settings of Majorca. The line-up has officially been announced and we're revealing all just in time! ITV told RadioTimes.com back in June 2020: “Love Island UK will return bigger and better than ever with an extended run in summer 2021.” Here's a look at the confirmed contestants for this year's line-up...
The truth is that it’s extremely difficult to follow a healthy diet when you’re eating regularly at fast food restaurants. Fast food is typically loaded with calories, sodium, and unhealthy fat—often enough in one meal for an entire day. It also tends to be low in nutrients and almost totally lacking in fruit, vegetables, and fibre. That doesn’t mean you have to avoid fast food entirely. When you’re hungry and on the run, fast food can really hit the spot. It’s cheap, tasty, and, best of all, convenient. But while it’s okay to indulge a craving every now and then, to stay healthy you can’t make it a regular habit. The key is moderation—both in how often you frequent fast food chains and what you order once you’re there.
Lockdown has had its positives and one of them is the amount people have been saving; a survey by Moneybox found that nearly half of its users were saving more during lockdown than usual. Barclays Bank also found that more than a third of millennials have saved over £500 during these restrictions. However with a hint of normal life resuming, as shops, restaurants and bars reopen, everything you have saved may be in jeopardy.