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Things I’m Working On

With Life changing so much for everyone, it can be difficult to get into a routine. Things may not seem normal, so it’s important to adapt. I have prepared a self-care wheel with things that I’m working on. If you want me to to send you one, send me a message with your email address […]

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Mindfulness Monday

100 Days of Mindfulness – Day 53

How Breathing Can Control Your Health I started to use mindfulness and breathing techniques after I had a breakdown in 2013 and I’ve never looked back. My panic attacks stopped, I don’t worry about things I can’t control anymore, I’m calmer, I sleep better and I’ve slowed down. Give it a try!

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Tune Of The Week Tuesday

Get Your Groove On

Eminem – Lose Yourself Music soothes the soul – Turn on the tunes when you’re cooking, doing house work, doing work out’s, in the car, or studying. This track fills me with inspiration and motivation. It’s about seizing the moment and not giving up. You may feel like you’re not winning, but failure is not […]

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Wellbeing Wednesday

How to self-care if you have to self-isolate

How to self-care if you have to self-isolate It can be easy to fall into the trap of turning into a couch potato if you have to stay at home due to coronavirus. However, it could be the perfect opportunity to self-care and do some of the things you have been putting off for an […]

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Time to make a change Thursday

Things I’m Working On

With Life changing so much for everyone, it can be difficult to get into a routine. Things may not seem normal, so it’s important to adapt. I have prepared a self-care wheel with things that I’m working on. If you want me to to send you one, send me a message with your email address […]

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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

What should You Do 10,000 steps a day, or 30 minutes of brisk walking per day?

Many of us where a pedometer or tracking device these days and are obsessed with getting to that 10,000 steps per day. However, many of those steps are ineffective, because you don’t increase your heart rate. There will still be a benefit to this, rather than doing nothing. If you want to get fitter, aim […]

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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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