We're now starting to see how important it is to take our mental health as seriously as our physical health, but whilst the majority of us know how to exercise our muscles, do you know how to exercise your mind?
Change can be scary and many of us spend a lot of time trying to avoid it at all costs but unfortunately, life is full of uncertainty so here are few tools to keep in your toolbox for when you feel like it's all getting a bit too much....
Running can help to burn calories, build bone strength, reduce anxiety amongst other health benefits. But recently there has been an increase in popularity in practising mindfulness while running; read our latest blog to find out why.
For some people, the thought of stepping inside a gym feels utterly foreign, never mind the idea that sweating buckets and the muscle soreness (DOMS) the next day will make you happier. If exercise is not a big part of your life, then you probably haven't considered that exercise can make you happier. Well, it’s true, it could.
We all know that home cooking is a more nutritious and healthier way to enjoy meals, but for many, it can be time-consuming and unrealistic every day. Many people are beginning to realise the benefits of batch cooking, and how it can help set you on the right path to wholesome, nutritious meals every single day.
Having been unexpectedly thrust into the role of teacher, you might have found yourself thinking about ways to give your kids a bit of a boost in their schooling. Omega 3 is an essential nutrient that can sometimes be lacking in many diets. Making sure your children are getting enough can be the little boost you’re hunting for.