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Wellbeing

How to build yourself back up after trauma

In this article, editor-in-chief of ELLE UK, Farrah Storr, outlines a powerful method to help overcome trauma. One of the ways I confront trauma is through what psychotherapists and psychologists call ‘exposure therapy’. It is […]

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How To Use Meditation to Boost Creativity

It is a well-known fact that meditation and mindfulness can be used to create feelings of calm and relaxation. But an unexpected benefit of meditation is that it can also boost your creativity. This is […]

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How Fasting Can Boost Your Energy

How many times in the last week have you felt completed exhausted, at only 4pm?   For many of us, burnout has become a constant problem and we often feel tired all the time. I […]

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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 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 avoid a rough hangover

The festive season is notorious for excessive alcohol consumption, very often followed by a splitting headache and the promise that ‘I am never drinking again’. Until, of course, the next time. January often brings the […]

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How to fill quiet time with calming activities

If we want to make more time for silence, we have to recognise that continually checking our devices prevents us from welcoming silence into our lives. Without really thinking about it, when we needlessly check […]

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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 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 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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