The January rains kept people indoors and the high street surprisingly lacklustre, though nothing stopped shopaholics from getting what they want.
The weather affects nobody anymore, especially their shopping habits, as people can shop anytime anywhere these days so long as they have their desktop computer, mobile phone, or other devices to hand.
And with a range of apps designed for mobile shopping, consumers can easily obtain their needs (and wants) with just a couple of clicks, without having to worry if the weather agrees to it.
A clear proof is the spike in delivery volumes for online orders since 2013 during the first month of the year. The total parcels delivered increased to 20.6% compared to the same period in the previous year, says IMRG MetaPack UK Delivery Index.
That only validates the value consumers get from online shops and their increasing trust in e-tailers.
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Feeling blue, sadness, crying, loss of appetite, trouble sleeping and low moods. All are classic signs of depression and affect millions of people worldwide. So which countries are the most depressed and what can be done to lift their general mood of gloominess? This article explains natural ways to beat the blues and how omega 3 helps depression.
It might surprise you to know that the United States tops the list of most depressed countries in the world. According to a survey conducted by researchers from the World Health Organization (WHO) and Harvard Medical School, a staggering 9.6% of the American population have experienced major depressive order, chronic minor depression, mood and anxiety disorders, panic disorders or bipolar disorder, which is more commonly known as manic depression. Other countries that registered high rates of depression include the Ukraine, France, the Netherlands and Colombia.
In general, Asian countries recorded relatively low … Read More