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Positivity

Yes, various covid restrictions remain in place but lets make our staycations and the simple things in life work for us!

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Back to Basics – Being Aware of your Mental Health

How growing up on a farm has influenced how I manage mine and my family's mental health.

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Stress Awareness

With stress an inevitable part of life at the moment, how can we manage it and reduce the affect on our health?

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The Power of Sleep

Why is it we generally overlook the importance of good quality sleep when optimising it is so easy to implement?

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The pandemic a year on!

Building your resilience won’t fix the challenges we still face but it will definitely make it easier to cope with them!

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Lockdown 3, and the resilience of children!

2021 didn't start how we had hoped but could we learn from the resilience of our children?

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Christmas freedom, and hope for 2021

Christmas 2020 comes with a glimpse of the freedom, and hope for 2021

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The Importance of Meaning & Purpose

What is Meaning & Purpose, why is it so important and how do we get it?

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Learning To Live With Uncertainty

What living in 2020 has taught us so far and how we can take back control of the uncertainty we face.

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Managing Change

Here are my top 5 tips for managing change. I hope this blog post gives you some helpful coping tools.

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Loving your Body

Body confidence is something we all long for, so here are four steps you can take on your journey to loving your body.

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Being kind to yourself

The importance of being kind to yourself and how this can impact your mood, motivation and levels of positivity.

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Lets talk yoga ... 🙏

I think we all, at some point in our life, have been told the numerous benefits that yoga practice ...

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Eating healthy during the lockdown and beyond

I've got to be honest with everyone, hands-up, its confession time. I think I might have started eating a few ...

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Don't lose yourself during the lockdown.

I hope you are all safe and keeping well. With the current situation, most of us have a lot more time on our hands.

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Switch off .. Sleep tight .. Say GOODNIGHT 💤

The importance of sleep is often being taken for granted.

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Stop overthinking everything and find more joy

The January gym rush has been and gone and I think we can all agree we are taking a positive step forward ...

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New Year’s Resolutions last longer than January

We've all been there. The anti-climax that the festive season is now over?

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How to Have a Healthier Christmas

Now that Christmas is less than a month away, we find our calendars full with Christmas gatherings, work parties...

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Kamwell and Sally Gunnell OBE launch new global partnership and ENERGISE YOU programme to support employee wellbeing worldwide

Today we announced a new partnership wit Kamwell to address the global ‘workplace wellbeing gap’

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How to get the kids active this summer

As a mum, I always want what’s best for my kids and I try to be the best role model that I can be for them.

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Stress less live

Having recently read that research from Cambridge University suggests that keeping your mind healthy only requires...

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A Spring in Sally’s Step

Now the mornings are brighter and the evenings are lighter, naturally, we are drawn to the outdoors.

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An open letter to all women on International Women’s Day #BalanceForBetter

I’m probably best known as a British athlete who won Gold in the 400m hurdles at the 1992 Barcelona Summer Olympics...

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How to get fitter whilst you work!

Trying to fit everything in can be hard enough at the best of times. Exercise is often something which falls down our...

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We’ve all heard that a balanced diet is important for our health – but what exactly is a balanced diet?

A balanced diet is important because our organs and tissues need proper nutrition to work effectively.

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New Year Wellbeing Intentions

I’m not a big believer in New year’s resolutions January is always a tough month. So I try and think of some New Year...

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Resilience

I don’t know about you, but in the run up to Christmas, I find life gets really busy and my diary reaches new levels...

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Summer of Sport & Leisure

I am sure this summer will be remembered forever as the summer of the heatwave and the Russian World Cup.

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New Year’s Resolutions

Happy New Year!In January there is always a huge pressure from the media to make dramatic changes in our lives...

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Christmas

I really love Christmas time, the parties, the food, seeing friends and family, but like most people it can often...

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How Sally Gunnell Health & Wellbeing (SGHW) can help new and experienced wellbeing managers

Fact: Organisations that appoint a designated person to manage wellbeing will thrive and gain a significant...

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The World Championships are here!

Unless you have been hiding under a rock you will know that the IAAF World Championships kick off in London...

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Sally’s guide to deskercise!

As many of you will know my mantra is small changes lead to BIG differences, and this couldn’t be more important...

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Hitting the hallowed track..

I found myself with a cup of tea and half an hour to think. A rare occurrence at the moment.

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“Fantastic response” to Sally’s Healthy Living campaign with the Daily Telegraph

A major new healthy living campaign is engaging thousands of Daily Telegraph readers all over the country.

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Make sure you pick up the Telegraph this weekend (Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th) to get the 28-day Body Blitz!

It’s very exciting to be involved in this workout plan with The Telegraph for the third year running…

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Health and Wellbeing in 2015: tech, diets and stress…

Every year in the UK we seem to face an increasing health and wellbeing deficit: inactivity, obesity...

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Resolving to over-indulge: Five Christmas and New Year health mistakes…

Christmas is one of my favourite times of the year. Family, friends, celebrations…ridiculous jumpers!

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Keeping the Games feelgood factor alive…

I remember reading about Sydney’s Olympic Games volunteers and how some struggled to return to normal life once...

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You think you know someone…

Sometimes you just think “Wow. That was an easy, fun job.” I was asked to attend a fundraising dinner in Guernsey.

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Pirates of the Caribbean…?

Here we are in Olympic year! After seven long years of waiting, the Games are almost upon us.

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Monsters big and small, plus a man with a javelin….

The “big monster” was the long-awaited First Monster Challenge at Loch Ness. Actually, it was my second Monster...

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