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Practice Mindfulness

Are you an over thinker? Does this cause you to worry, thus making you feel anxious? This used to be me until I discovered mindfulness. I realised that I would worry about the future and the past – usually picturing the worst case scenario. Mindfulness practice showed me how to break free from this way […]

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Mindfulness Monday

Practice Mindfulness

Are you an over thinker? Does this cause you to worry, thus making you feel anxious? This used to be me until I discovered mindfulness. I realised that I would worry about the future and the past – usually picturing the worst case scenario. Mindfulness practice showed me how to break free from this way […]

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Tune Of The Week Tuesday

A song about kindness

It’s the second day of Mental Health Awareness Week. For me music has always been integral in lifting my mood. As this year’s theme is kindness, I’ve picked One Love by U2 to listen to this morning. It’s a song about forgiveness, caring and love. The kindness message in this song reminds us that we […]

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Wellbeing Wednesday

How to transition back to work after lockdown

How do you stay mentally healthy as you begin to go back to work? Everyone’s situation is different. Some people are confused, worried and apprehensive about returning to work. For many, they have started to adjust to the routine of working from home, or being on furlough and now they have to manage another adjustment. […]

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Time to make a change Thursday

7 Habits to give up

1.Give up toxic people It is so difficult to succeed when there negative people around you. 2.Give up the need to be liked No matter what you do, there will always be people who won’t approve. 3.Give up the need to control everything Understand that some things are up to us, while most things are […]

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Fun fact Friday

Exercise can reduce anxiety

Anxiety is the body’s fight or flight response in full swing. When there is nothing to flight and nothing to flee, the stress hormones that are surging around have nowhere to go so they build up, bringing with them the physical symptoms of anxiety. Physical activity is the natural end to the fight or flight […]

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Something for the weekend

Things to do on a Sunday to improve your Monday

It’s normal to get to the end mid afternoon on a Sunday and get that dreading feeling of Monday about to creep up on us. So, how do you stop the Sunday blues? The thought of Monday and another busy working week can have your stomach churning, but there are ways to stop that dreaded […]

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Bionic Nutrition

1000 Rep Workout Challenge

Warm Up 1 minute high knee jog on the spot 1 minute side to side toe touches 1 minute heel to bum kicks 1 minute over arm stretches (30 seconds both ways) 1 minute side stretches (30 seconds both ways) 100 Push Ups 100 Bodyweight Sqats 100 Overhead Press 100 Mountain Climbers 100 Tricep Dips […]

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Guest Blogs

Battling mental health with a Sporting Career

Last week’s article was received so well, Shona has very kindly agreed to write another guest post for us. This week she’s speaking openly & honestly about her journey battling mental health with her own sporting career.  What is Mental Health? ‘Mental health is defined as a state of well-being in which every individual realises his or […]

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100 Days of Mindfulness – Day 15

Watch What You Eat Spend 30 seconds on each aspect of looking at, touching, sniffing, tasing, chewing, and then swallowing your food properly. Don’t do anything else while you do that. While eating, think about where your food came from, the smells, aromas, taste, what’s happening to your senses as you do each aspect. Was […]

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