Tagged: lifestyle

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Sleep Easy on World Sleep Day with This Sleep Audit

World Sleep Day is an annual, global call to action on the importance of healthy sleep. The focus of WSD is to raise awareness of the many burdens of sleep problems, as well as the importance of healthy sleep. World Sleep Day 2019 will incorporate the slogan ‘Healthy Sleep, Healthy Ageing’ which...

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From my heart to yours on International Women’s Day

Putting cherries on her cake at mid-life is what every woman should be doing… especially on International Women’s Day. Midlife is our time to SHINE! Each and every one of us has a responsibility to take the gift of life with both hands and to make the rest of our...

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How to de-stress your desk (and everything else!) to improve energy, productivity and wellbeing

How often do we sit at our work desks feeling our energy evaporate, our productivity tumble and our sense of well-being vanish as the day goes on? I know I do… all too frequently! And whether we’re in an office environment, or work from home, a desk-based job doesn’t lend...

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Stress Awareness Week – 8 tips for better control

  “Stress is not a state of mind… it’s measurable and dangerous, and humans can’t seem to find their off-switch” – Neurobiologist Robert Sapolsky in the documentary Stress: Portrait of a Killer.   The International Stress Awareness Week (5 – 9 November) highlights the impact that chronic stress has on...

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5 reasons to go organic this autumn

As we head into autumn and the nights draw in and the days become shorter, we intuitively begin to follow our natural craving for warming, grounding foods like thick soups, heavier stews and root vegetables. There is nothing healthier and more restorative (or more delicious) than sourcing truly organic (preferably...

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Play on! 7 Health Benefits of Play – At Any Age!

To selectively quote William Shakespeare: “Play on… and give me excess of it!” We adults think play is just for kids, right? Wrong, wrong, WRONG!! And that’s our problem… My friend and founder of Primal Play, Darryl Edwards says: “play can be confusing for us adults; it is either seen...