Tips for wellbeing this Christmas!

With Christmas edging closer now is the perfect time to embrace the festive cheer! However, that doesn’t mean your Christmas wellbeing has to take a pounding!  We believe that Christmas wellbeing is achievable! These 10 TOP WELLBEING TIPS will help you to step into the New Year a happier, healthier you 1. Savour the moments – disconnect…

It’s OK not to be OK

“It’s OK not to be OK” is a message that we reiterate in our training sessions.  Christmas can be a particularly difficult time for many.  Please do not suffer in silence.  You can find support at: The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is leading a movement against suicide. Every week 125 people in the UK…

Midweek Update: 16 December

Good Morning What a week!  What a year!  We are still absolutely buzzing to have won the Wellbeing Award.  Once again, thank you all so much for making this site what it is.  This will be my last midweek update for 2020.  I hope you all have a great break and Merry Christmas to those…

Article: Christmas & Fitness

December is a time for eating, drinking and being merry as the festive season draws in. This also means the holiday period is notoriously difficult for our healthy eating habits and exercise regimes. Lets think about Christmas… Many people abandon fitness and workouts during the Christmas period (or even December as a whole). Staying active…

Sleeping on the job: how a quick nap makes us more efficient

While working from home have you had a cheeky nap? Don’t feel guilty. Research shows a brief kip boosts productivity. But will it catch on in the office? Naps need to hire a publicist. Not in China, where desk-side snoozes are a constitutional right; Japan, where inemuri (“sleeping while present”) is a sign you’ve been…

MIDWEEK: 2 December 2020

Good Afternoon It was a relatively quiet weekend for me.  I managed to get a few presents sorted in the Black Friday sales and also put the Christmas tree up a little earlier than normal (what is normal these days?!).  Yesterday was 1st December and this meant the return of the ‘Elf on the Shelf’…

Article: Why You Eat More When You’re Bored

Pandemic apathy or actual appetite? Dieticians explain how to tell the difference. As the monotony of lockdown life sets in again, many of us have found ourselves reaching for snacks more often. Whether we’re working from home or back in the office, furloughed or recently redundant, looking after children or dependents, or living through another…

Article: 39 Totally Free Gift Ideas

With all the gifting that comes with the holiday season, your bank account is probably in need of some out-of-the-box ideas that don’t involve more shopping. Besides, creating gifts for the ones that matter most always gets a better reaction than say, that seriously expensive gift you splurged on at the last minute that you…