Stress less live

Having recently read that research from Cambridge University suggests that keeping your mind healthy only requires one day of paid work, per week. It is thought that eight hours is the most effective dose to give the mental health benefits of paid employment.   The study unveils that the potential risk of mental health problems…

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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. As soon as the sunshine makes an appearance, stepping outside and filling our lungs with the fresh Spring air feels like a better start to the day. Yet, even with the weather being more pleasant, sometimes, we need…

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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 list of priorities. This is even more so when you work in an office, where you spend the majority of time sitting down. It can be incredibly difficult to stay healthy and keep…

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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 Wellbeing intentions. Tell a family member or friend one thing that went well every week So often we get hung up on the little things that go wrong from day to…

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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 of craziness. There’s Christmas fairs, school plays, work dos and nearly everyone I know wants to meet for a drink! I am a big believer in resilience and I find it…

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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. My boys and I were gripped by the amazing, young English team and their incredible performance. We were obviously gutted that they didn’t make the final, but so proud of their overall performance and just loved…

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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; change diets, jobs etc., most of which turn out to be unrealistic and by the end of January we find ourselves disappointed that we haven’t followed through. Those that follow me on social media…

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