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How to work flexibly as a parent

Too many women think they have to give up the career they love to have a happy family. They worry about childcare, flexible working and having enough time to spend with their children. It can […]

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How bodily wisdom is the key to women’s health

The female body was designed by our Creator to be a source of pleasure, fertility, movement, strength, and well-being. Our bodies connect us with the moon, the tides, and the seasons. They are the temples […]

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How to Practise Mindfulness with Puzzles

Puzzles are a great way to relieve stress and inspire creativity, providing the perfect level of challenge and reward for your brain. Stimulating your mind with a puzzle also to unlock your brain’s innate creativity, […]

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How to Pick the Perfect Puppy

Humans have selectively bred domestic dogs for thousands of years and although it’s hard to estimate how many different breeds exist in the world today, the UK Kennel Club currently registers puppies across 221 recognised […]

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How to get the most out of your slow cooker

Don’t let the words “slow cooker” put you off! This doesn’t mean hours of slaving away over a hot stove, constantly checking on your dishes, prepping veggies or making rouxs – quite the opposite, in […]

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How to solve cryptic crosswords

Are you baffled by cryptic crosswords? Do you want to increase your word power and exercise your brain, but can’t make any sense of the clues? There is no secret formula to cracking the cryptic […]

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How games can teach us about choice

Would you kill one person to save five others? If you could upload all of your memories into a machine, would that machine be you? Is it possible we’re all already artificial intelligences, living inside […]

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How to Make Natural Herbal Remedies

Herbs have been used as healing plants for centuries. Many of the common names of herbs in the English language clearly point to the value of herbs to support healing: for example, knitbone (Symphytum officinale) […]

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How to Cook Gut-friendly Meals

We’ve all experienced those infamous ‘gut feelings’ that tell us instinctively and intuitively how to respond towards a person, situation or decision. These feelings are crucial in helping us better navigate our world and the […]

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How to understand your moon sign and its lunar phase

Astrologer Sarah Bartlett explains how you can connect with the magic and mystique of the moon’s power There are many differences between the Sun and the Moon in astrology. The Sun represents what you are […]

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How to influence people

Everyone wants to know how to be more influential. But most of us don’t really think we can have the kind of magnetism or charisma that we associate with someone like Bill Clinton or Oprah […]

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How to help your child with friendship problems and bullying

Is your child struggling with friendships at school? Have they been the victim of bullying? Sometimes children have difficulties in making and keeping friends. This can be painful for children, and it is difficult for […]

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