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How to deal with a cold

How to deal with a cold

Feeling under the weather is never fun, no one would wish to feel sick or to catch a cold or just be poorly in general. Sometimes it even feels like we have no time to be ill. But sometimes life catches up with us and forces us to slow down...

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All About Flu Jabs

All About Flu Jabs

Every year, millions of people around the world get infected by the flu virus, and one of the best forms of defence against catching the flu is by getting a simple jab in the Autumn. Though as members of the general public we may know that these jabs are helpful,...

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Creative Thinking

Creative Thinking

Creative thinking engages different parts of our brains than normal and acts promote production of new neurons which are super important for keeping up a healthy central nervous system.   Image by Jess Hunter

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Smile

Smile

Smile more: It’s linked to calmed blood pressure, quicker stress recovery, improved immune function, lifted moods and acts as a natural painkiller.    Image by Rebecca Jensen

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Creativity, Flow and Meditiation

Creativity, Flow and Meditiation

Doing something creative has a similar effect on the brain to meditation and can decrease your stress. Even just witnessing creative acts can be calming - think of visiting a concert or going to see pieces of art work in a gallery.   Image by catam

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Sleep & Music

Sleep & Music

Trouble sleeping? Listen to classical music. It has been shown to effectively treat insomnia and can help induce a meditative state as music beats can alter brainwave speed.    Image by Sarah Van Looy

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Happy Habit

Happy Habit

You can train your brain to be more positive. Our minds are wired to think negatively as a form of protection but making smiling a habit can help our brains to create more positive thinking patterns.    Image by Kathleen Motoa

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Music & Recovery

Music & Recovery

Music aids in physical recovery after exercising, speeding up the time it takes to get past an ache or pain. Slow music relaxes the listener but any tempo of music helps with the healing process.    Image by hongu

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Tip | Mood Tracker

Tip | Mood Tracker

Keep track of your mental health and wellbeing with a mood tracker. It’ll help you see if there are patterns to your overall wellbeing and you can take notice of when you might need to make a change. Take a look at bullet journals for inspiration, there are also apps...

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Lift Your Mood

Lift Your Mood

Smiling with intent has the ability to improve your current mood. Your brain checks in with what your facial muscles are doing and begins to align your mood with what’s going on on the surface.  Image by Jessica Perez

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Reading & Stress

Reading & Stress

Researchers at the University of Sussex found that reading for 6 minutes can cut the level of stress you might be feeling in half.  Image by Isabel Marcelo 

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Drinking water

Drinking water

Why do we need to drink at least 2 litres of water a day? Every cell in our body contains water and they’re continuously flushing water through them in order to remove water soluble waste. By drinking water we help these cells flush waste faster and more efficiently - it...

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My sugar free month

My sugar free month

My sugar free month is over and I thought I would reflect a little and talk about why I did it and how it went. Refined sugar is one of our generations biggest problems. Not only does it make our teeth rot (we all know about that), it has ZERO...

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Happy Friday

Happy Friday

Happy Friday everyone! It's one of our favourite times of week where we share everything we loved from the web. We've been a little worse for wear this week as one of our team broke their shoulder skiing, but we're always up for looking on the bright side of any...

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Happy Friday

Happy Friday

Happy Friday! There have been some lovely links out on the web this week, some moved us, some gave practical advice, some made us smile and feel awe at the world. We hope you've had a good week and enjoy the read... David Attenborough talks about his first experiences of...

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Healthy Habits | Week 52

Healthy Habits | Week 52

And so the last week of the year has happened. And what a year it has been, especially with our #HealthyHabits2017 challenge, integrating a new habit every single week, even while on holiday. The point of this challenge has been to try out things that are supposed to be good...

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Happy Friday

Happy Friday

Happy Friday! It's almost Christmas and we can't really believe how fast this year has gone. We hope you have a most amazing weekend even if you're not celebrating Christmas and we will see you next week for our last Happy Friday of the year. Enjoy our festive link pack...

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Healthy Habits | Week 48

Healthy Habits | Week 48

Being off Finnish descent it’s in my blood to love saunas, even without knowing the exact health benefits of them there’s something quite invigorating about the experience. That process of sweating out all of the bad stuff and then being able to wash it all away feels quite cathartic, like...

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Healthy Habits | December

Healthy Habits | December

It's December! And we're at the end of our #HealthyHabits2017 challenge! What a ride it's been! Here's our week by week breakdown of this months challenges, enjoy the rest of the ride... Week 49: Take an hour for yourself everyday. Week 50: Look after someone else's health. Week 51: Lend a hand. Week 52: Reflect...

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Healthy Habits | Week 47

Healthy Habits | Week 47

Sometimes a good nap during the day is very much needed, naps feel good and they’re good for you, and this is why we decided to look at the health benefits of it for this weeks healthy habit. The Spanish are famous for their afternoon siestas, naps have been a...

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