Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Wellness

Wellness

  Free from Festival, the UK's first gluten, dairy and refined sugar-free Christmas food festival. There are many reasons why you may want a diet that contains less gluten, dairy or refined sugar. You may be food intolerant, or in many...
Going sober for October was one of the best things I have done. Raising money for Macmillan Cancer was inspired by my grandfather who I lost to cancer. He had been cared for so well in his latter years by...
National Breast Cancer Awareness Month is sometimes dare I say overlooked. Pink ribbons symbolise this cause but how much do we know about this cause and how to look after our breasts. 1 in 8 women get diagnosed with breast...
  Wellness is so important when living and working in the city. Whatever career we choose, it will nearly always involve working long hours, in a competitive environment, a long commute, on top of the stresses of every day life.  It's become...
T rade your expectations for appreciation and the world changes instantly. The world's most amazing Life Coach Tony Robbins was at the National Achievers Conference. He told us that we needed to trade our expectations for appreciation and we will be much...
  World Smile Day(R) according to Wikipedia is the masterpiece of Harvey Ball who invented the smiley face back in 1963. When he died the World Smile Foundation was set up in commemoration of his name. Their ethos is...
Panic attacks are horrendous. An emotional nightmare.  You're hit by an overwhelming fear and anxiety. Fighting for breath. The world spins in slow motion, but your heart is furiously pounding. You may feel that you are having a heart attack...
  Workaholism is an all too common part of city life. 'Work hard, play hard' has been the motto we have all lived by. However putting work before anything else can be detrimental to your wellbeing and affect your relationships. Don't...
  September - month of new beginnings  Back to school.  Start of University.  New stationary, clothes and a new stage in life. Until recently I always bought myself an Academic diary.  The New Year is all very good for starting a...
The Dogs on the Streets (DOTS) As the number of people sleeping rough on the streets continues to rise, spare a thought for their doggy friends too. The Dogs on the Streets, or DOTS, a project led by Michelle Clark, has...
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