Best and worst coping mechanisms for dealing with the pandemic

16 August, 2021 . by Erica Sinni

Struggling with the Covid-19 pandemic and ever-changing restrictions? Try these strategies to make life a little easier.

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When to use (and avoid) emojis

6 August, 2021 . by Erica Sinni

The emojis you use in texts and emails may reveal more about you than you realise.

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Signs you may be addicted to shopping

23 July, 2021 . by Erica Sinni

Being a shopaholic can mean more than just a maxed out credit card. It can cause massive emotional distress – and it’s on the rise.

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The power of colour for your confidence and style

12 July, 2021 . by Sarah Fennell

Black has ruled many a wardrobe for years but the rainbow is widening as women harness the beauty of colour for self-expression.

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The morning ‘power hour’ – and how to make the most of it

24 May, 2021 . by Sarah Fennell

Like a lie in? You may be missing the best and most productive part of the day, say members of a new early bird club that’s rapidly finding fans.

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All the ways to use clary sage oil

30 April, 2021 . by Sarah Fennell

Believed to ease everything from stress to period pain and wounds, clary sage could make a handy addition to your health and wellbeing toolkit.

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The simple trick to stop your life flying by in a blur 

19 February, 2021 . by Sarah Fennell

They say change is as good as a holiday, but did you know it can also slow down time?

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5 tips for living with the uncertainty of the COVID era

13 February, 2021 . by Michelle Rose

Last year was unsettling and 2021 is already proving to be unpredictable. So how do you mentally prepare for the twists and turns ahead?

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How to ask for the pay rise you deserve

12 February, 2021 . by Sarah Fennell

Think you should be getting paid more than you are? Here’s how to back yourself – and convince your boss to up your salary.

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How to make social media work for your wellbeing

5 February, 2021 . by Sarah Fennell

Sure, social media has its harmful side – but apps like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat can have a really positive effect on your life, too. 

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