Category: Health Advice

How to Stay Healthy When: You’re Self-Employed

Health advice for those on that daily hustle….

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How to manage Nutrition and Weight Loss (Realistically!)

For anyone who begins the journey of weight management, it is all too easy to set yourself up a mountain of a goal, fail at the first hurdle, then give up entirely. If you’ve tried yourself, you wouldn’t be the first to attempt making a change, to only revert back to your old bad habits. 

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Living consciously for the benefit of all

It should come to no surprise that living a healthy life is important to me, and to many others. But little do people talk about how that translates into living a conscientious life. You can find many blogs and websites on the internet that give you tips and tricks on how to live better. For

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Should I let go of people who don’t support my health goals?

In a situation where you are trying to make changes in your life, to improve your own health and wellbeing, should you let go of people who are blocking that change? That can be a tough question, particularly if those people are loved ones that we have known for most of our lives. It can

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3 Exercises good for Mind, Body, & Soul

For many in the mental health community, we have all heard about how doctors may encourage patients to take up running, or some other form of exercise, to combat their depression. The irony being that most times those who are depressed have little energy and motivation to get out of bed, let alone into a

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Better sleep = Better health

In a working culture where taking regular breaks seems like a taboo, and bragging rights are gained by how many hours straight someone worked, it is no surprise that sleeping is often times seen as a waste of time. Who can sleep when you’ve got so many other things you could be doing? It should

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Self care: What it is, and what it isn’t…

Whenever the phrase ‘self care’ gets mentioned, I feel like many people use it to justify unhealthy habits, because it makes them feel good in the moment. How many times have you gone to the shops, browsed the chocolate section and thought ‘Oh I’ll treat myself’. That, dear reader, is not self care. My point

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