Working from home: your health check

Working from home

Many people are now working from home instead of going into their office. The good news is working from home has many positive aspects, such as increased flexibility and productivity, less time commuting and the ability to stay in your comfy clothes all day. But it can also present a couple of unique set of…

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Life after lockdown

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For many of us, the past few months have been spent in the comfort of our homes. Away from work, friends and family, at a much slower pace than before. But, with restrictions beginning to tentatively lift, some people may be feeling a little anxious about returning to normal life. Lockdown has been difficult on…

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Gratitude Journaling: Morning and Night

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Gratitude journaling has a wide range of benefits. It improves sleep, improves your sense of wellbeing and improves your positivity and outlook on disruptive events in your life – such as this one. Although times are tough, it’s important to remember that our water supply and electricity is uninterrupted, supermarkets and hospitals are still operating…

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Gardening: The Secret Workout

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Take off your running shoes and slip on your wellies, experts say taking up gardening is just as good as going to the gym. Spending time outdoors provides substantial health benefits and improves your wellbeing. Simply being in a green space can make you feel happier and healthier and gardening is an easy way to…

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Fun ways to keep your family entertained

Happy Parents with Children Playing Game at Home

It’s not easy keeping the family entertained at the best of times, let alone when everyone’s restricted to inside the house. To help, we’ve put together some ways to keep the fun going. Baking and cooking Lockdown provides the ideal opportunity to get creative with the families cooking skills. Cooking is comforting, brings families together…

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Setting Goals

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Isolation presents an opportunity to develop some invaluable goals that you may not have otherwise had time to. Whether you want to become more supple, learn how to bake or increase your fitness, these tips will inspire you to keep going! Make an “If I had time” list To start, make a list of everything…

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Stay in bed and don’t feel bad about it

Man sitting on a bed

It goes without saying that to keep your body healthy during lockdown, you need to stay active. But if one day you don’t feel up to doing anything, that’s fine too. It’s important to be kind to yourself and recognise when you need a break. People usually think this is an easier option than staying…

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10 Things To Do During Isolation

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Finding things to do at home when bored has become a leading challenge we didn’t exactly account for when making 2020 plans. Still, we’ll keep doing our bit to help make self-isolation bearable, and keep you safe, as we all ride out these challenging times together. That’s why we’ve rounded up 10 fun things you…

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The Truth About Technology and Mental Health

people on there phones waiting for the bus

The average Brit checks their phone approximately 10,000 times a year.[1] Perhaps this sounds like a ridiculously high number, but that breaks down to only 28 times per day; for somebody who spends roughly 7am – 10pm awake this works out at just over twice an hour. We’re willing to bet that you, reading this now,…

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