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May 23, 2018 by Margaux Diaz

Stress is a big part of our everyday work lives. Whether it 's the amount of work we have on our plate, trying to balance all of our commitments or stress from dealing with others, it can be a job to know how to manage it all. In this article Margaux Diaz looks at how mindfulness can help reduce stress and turbocharge your career at the same time. … Read More »

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May 22, 2018 by Tilda Moore

Planning for the future can sometimes seem overwhelming, especially if you have kids to think about. Saving money for college, making preparations for your estate, and ensuring that your loved ones are taken care of after you’re gone are all difficult things to think about, but they are also very important. In this article, Tilda Moore looks at some of the things you need to consider when setting up provisions for your family. … Read More »

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May 14, 2018 by Jimmie Perry

Passion: how is it found? How does one go from wandering around in life and going from task to task with no focus to finding the one thing that they really care about? In this article Jimmie Perry looks at how you can find your passion and channel it so you can achieve your goals. … Read More »

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May 6, 2018 by Amy Highland

Naps at work are often seen as a sign on laziness but in actual fact they can help boost your productivity. Not convinced? Amy Highland gives you some great reasons why a quick 40 winks could see you getting more done. … Read More »

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May 2, 2018 by James Crook

Ergonomic Injuries are the most common type of injuries that one may come across in a workplace. And that’s due to maintaining "one" posture throughout the working hours. Yes, it can be dangerous and be the ultimate cause of your shoulder injury or other discomforts. In this artice we look at how you can reduce the likelihood of a shoulder injury. … Read More »

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April 28, 2018

If you’ve been to university, you’ll probably know all about the massive relief that you have when you graduate. Never having to worry about all of those assignments again and celebrating the fact that you’ll never have to study for another exam. However, when you leave university there are a whole host of issues that may cause mental anquish. In this article we look at what Graduate Depression Is and how you can cope with it. … Read More »

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April 10, 2018 by Lucy Miller

When you're sitting at your desk all day, it can be very bad for your posture and stress levels. In this article, Lucy Miller looks at 7 simple excercises you can do in your chair that will get the bloof flowing, keep you supple and reduce your stress levels … Read More »

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April 6, 2018

During the winter months, our health levels definitely start to take a bit of a dip. We catch colds, we feel lethargic, and we almost always suffer from SAD. But when the weather starts to brighten up a little bit, it’s definitely much easier to want to focus on feeling good. In this article we look at 13 ways you can keep an eye on your health over the summer months … Read More »

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April 4, 2018 by Angela Hall

Spiritual health is always considered an integral part of one’s well-being, while sexual health can be deemed as a state of physical and mental state regarding sexuality. If you find yourself pondering on your spiritual and sexual well-being, read further to know how they are connected. … Read More »

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March 14, 2018 by Cate Palmer

If you're working long hours, it's tempting to think that you're unable to live a healthy lifestyle - think again! In this article Cate Palmer looks at how you can maintain a healthy lifestyle whilst still managing to get all of your work (and play) done. … Read More »

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