I gave up my seat on the tube this morning. It doesn’t sound like much, but for those of you who commute across London you know how precious sitting down on a packed carriage can be.
While it wasn’t a life changing gesture, hopefully it was one of those little things that made the bag-laden woman’s morning a bit more pleasant. It was really the least I could do on Random Acts of Kindness Day, which, for the record, is today.
It got me thinking about
Earlier this year Grammy award-winning musician Jess Glynne and glacéau smartwater teamed up with cutting-edge fitness studio 1Rebel to bring the burn to London with a limited edition, one-monthy-only #smartrebel workout.
During one of the 45-minute, high-intensity sessions, designed to slot into the busy schedule of today's public, the chart-topping, British songstress agreed to take part in Coca-Cola's Happiness Interview. Watch Jess Glynne choose
They’re expensive and messy and they hog the bed. Yet if you’re among the millions of pet owners across the country, you just can’t imagine life without your beloved dog, cat or other animal companion.
Why are we so hell-bent on making these critters part of the family? Probably because of the incredible health and happiness benefits they offer —something researchers are only recently beginning to take a closer look at, says Marty Becker, DVM, the
Dave Berry and Lisa Snowdon, who are used to entertaining listeners in the early hours of the morning, took their Capital Breakfast show to new heights when they presented live on the Coca-Cola London Eye. For Snowdon, it was her first time on the city’s iconic tourist attraction, describing it as a “massive life-box tick”.
The pair reminisce about their happiest memories presenting together, and what they like about living and working in London.
Phone? Check. Internet? Check. Twitter? Check.
That’s all commuters need to tweet their way to a free Coca-Cola t-shirt and can of Coke when they spot the Tweet Shop at one of several major London train stations this month.
When consumers spot the Coca-Cola Tweet Shop, they’re prompted to send a happy tweet using the hashtag #choosehappiness before watching the magic unfold. The branded t-shirts, emblazoned with the iconic Coca-Cola logo, come in
It’s easy to get excited about one of the biggest sporting events in the world when you’re an Official Sponsor. But for others less familiar with Rugby World Cup 2015, it might not be the same case. Coca-Cola picked up on this and decided to team up with four rugby legends to help others get a kick out of the sport too, and did so in way you might not expect.
At Potters Field Park, a busy London location next to Tower Bridge, Coca-Cola gathered Home
4 Aug 2015
Londoners were today encouraged to put down their rackets, clubs and bats for the summer and hand in their tennis balls, footballs, basketballs and golf balls in exchange for a rugby ball.
As rugby fever grips the nation ahead of Rugby World Cup 2015 next month, four stars of Home Nations rugby gathered in front of Tower Bridge this morning to give away hundreds of free rugby balls. The activity was part of a special Coca-Cola rugby exchange, encouraging
It's the perfect moment. The perfect shot. You're smiling, the sun is shining and you look fantastic. Then you post it to Instagram with a caption that is bad enough to break the internet. It's almost as bad as taking a selfie with your lawnmower (this has happened). So how can you take your selfie, belfie or relfie to the next level of awesome? Here are seven steps to the perfect caption.
1. BE HAPPY
Happiness is infectious. Some
The group selfie, or ‘usie’, has become the epitome of cool. These photos capture fun faces and expressions, and have been made famous by some of the world's most well-known celebrity figures. Their popularity has sky-rocketed - celebrity photo bomb usies continue to surface - and they are showing no signs of slowing down as the hottest new selfie trend. Don't waste time: perfect your
There’s a lot to like about London.
Whether you’re on a minibreak, live there or work in the city, you’re bound to find happiness in its quirky culture, people and heritage. But it needn’t stop there!
Coca-Cola has launched a happiness meter to keep the smiles and laughter at an all-time high, and will be laying on a number of special events, from now until the end of the year, to help raise the bar. From free samples at tube stops to Coke-branded