It's that time of the week again and here we are with our favourite links from the week. We hope you all had a wonderful Valentine's day and if you're doing something special with your loved one this weekend we hope you have a lovely time. (And don't forget, it's pancake day next week.)
Here's an interesting article on the science of smell.
*writes this while wearing pyjamas* This hits a little close to home...
New research has found that eating more fruit and veg boosts your psychological well-being in just 2 weeks. Try and keep seasonal though.
We love tea. It’s true. And apparently 3 - 5 cups a day of green or black tea have unexpected health benefits.
For anyone interested in babies and having them, a midwife has written a book for you: How to grow a baby and push it out.
Valentine’s day may have just been but there’s always an excuse in our eyes to celebrate love, perhaps this weekend you could have a sweet and sugar-free Valentine’s party.
Underwire bras are usually uncomfortable and not that great for you. Here are some lovely wire free bras, or ‘bliss’ in other words.
Some thoughts about stretch marks and accepting our ‘imperfections’.
The best stories are well told and make you feel something and Pixar, the best story tellers, are revealing their tips and advice in a mini course on how to tell a story.
Sometimes there are nights when you just don’t get to sleep, this article has some handy advice for how to get through the day if you haven’t slept.
This would have been very handy earlier this week: Some tips on taking your temperature if you don’t have a thermometer.
Women and weights is a topic that’s growing in popularity - turns out that weightlifting as you age could make you live longer.
If you want to get fit try channelling Eddie The Eagle.
A new style of surfing could relieve anxiety in young people.
If you’re going to watch anything this weekend we’d highly recommend Abstract on Netflix, it’s all about design and it’s very inspiring.
Be still my heart, look at all these plants! Bringing the outside in.
Image by the lovely Hsiao Ron-Cheng who illustrated our founder portraits for us.