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How to Practise Self-Compassion During Lockdown

As we work through the third national lockdown in the UK, many have noticed that this time feels significantly harder. The novelty is long gone, and people are left feeling burnt out. As we are […]

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How to Manage Hot Flushes During the Menopause

Hot flushes are one of the most common symptoms of the menopause, and many women find them to be uncomfortable and embarrassing. Fortunately, there are many different approaches that you can take to manage your […]

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How to interpret the twelve houses in astrology

If you are interested in astrology, you may have already looked into your natal chart – your astrological blueprint at birth. Your natal chart, which represents a snapshot of the sky, shows the position of […]

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How to start exercising

With the new year comes newfound motivation to improve our health and wellbeing. If done right, introducing exercise into your routine can be completely life changing. When you start exercising, within ten minutes, your body […]

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How to make a Christmas wreath

Christmas can be a very expensive time of year – but it doesn’t have to be. There are lots of ways you can make your season merry and bright with ornaments, centre pieces – and […]

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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 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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Being at peace with your own mortality

Over the past quarter century Irvin Yalom has established himself as the world’s leading group psychotherapist. In this article, he explores how the knowledge of our own mortality affects the unconscious mind of every human […]

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How to stay focused when you work from home

I have been working from home for years now and I like to think that I am a bit of a pro at making sure that I get everything done without spending hours on YouTube. […]

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