Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Wellness

Wellness

TfL launch a new map to help those with claustrophobia and anxiety People with claustrophobia or other anxiety conditions could find their journeys less stressful. Transport for London (TfL) today launched a new map that shows which stations and sections...
  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...
  It's not always easy to be positive and fabulous when you are feeling blue, so here are some top tips on how to get through this Blue Monday! What is Blue Monday? Blue Monday is coined as the most depressing day...
  Last year I wrote an article on Why World Mental Day is important to us all. This year's theme set by the World Federation for Mental Health is mental health in the workplace. Managing mental health in the workplace Despite the great campaigning work...
  Sedentary Brits walk fewer than 1,000 steps a day - a TENTH of the recommended number I always love it when a press release from Ginger Comms pops into my inbox. In their latest release they focus on our sedentary...
  Many of us have experienced that ringing in your ears after a night out clubbing or if you have stood to a speaker at a concert. This may have lasted 24 hours of even a few days. Imagine having...
Exhaustion is something we girls living in the city know all about. Hitting snooze until you need to jump out of bed, before starting the long commute into work.  Then we work throughout the day, lunch, into evenings. Socialising with...
Theresa May sets out government's plans to tackle loneliness Today the Prime Minister will set out how government is tackling loneliness and combating social isolation. Accepting a series of recommendations from the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness. The Prime Minister will host...
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...
The truth about social media friendships I don't know about you, but my Facebook account is an eclectic mix of people. Close friends, family, old work friends, acquaintances, and people I haven't even met in person. Twitter even less than that....
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