Lifestyle

The adjustment of a member's defined contribution (DC) scheme asset allocation in line with a predetermined strategy, linked to the member's term to retirement. The aim is to manage risk for each individual member and at the same time maximise the potential for growth over a member's working life. Typically, as retirement approaches, the money in i...
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Lifestyle

Individual patterns of your typical life.
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Lifestyle

Classification variable based on individual behaviours, such as leisure activities, recreational habits or product purchase/ consumption behaviours.
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Lifestyle

Way of life in terms of diet, exercise, smoking etc.
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Lifestyle

Individual patterns of your typical life.
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lifestyle

The unique and personal customs or habits of an individual. ... It is their active adaptation to the social milieu, which develops as a product of need for integration and socialisation. It includes; social use of substances such as alcohol and tobacco, dietary habits, exercise, etc., all of which have important implications for health. ... (22 Sep...
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lifestyle

(from the article `Adler, Alfred`) Each person develops his personality and strives for perfection in his own particular way, in what Adler termed a style of life, or lifestyle. The ...
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lifestyle

Type: Term Pronunciation: līf′stīl Definitions: 1. The set of habits and customs that is influenced by the life-long process of socialization, including social use of substances such as alcohol and tobacco, dietary habits, and exercise, all of which have important implications for health.
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Lifestyle

[TV channel] Launched on 30 October 1985, Lifestyle was a British daytime television channel dedicated to women and family, and was broadcast on cable and on transponder 5 of the Astra satellite from 1989. Lifestyle`s daytime lineup mainly consisted of magazines, novelas and movies. The programming was linked by an in vision continuity anno...
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Lifestyle

A term to describe an individual's expression of life. Lifestyle furniture pieces tend to be casual in nature and simple in design.
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Lifestyle

[sociology] Lifestyle is the typical way of life of an individual, group, or culture. The term was originally used by Austrian psychologist Alfred Adler (1870-1937). The term was introduced in the 1950s as a derivative of that of style in modernist art.{clarify|date=February 2013} The term refers to a combination of determining intangible o...
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Lifestyle

Individual patterns of your typical life.
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Lifestyle

[song] ==Music video== A music video for `Lifestyle`, directed by Be El Be, was released on June 30, 2014. ==Track listing== ==Charts== ==Release history== ...
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