Indulge your senses and embrace outside with these four fun summer floral crafts that everyone can enjoy Nature explodes into life during the summer and is abundant in color, texture and fragrance – a sensual pleasure. We can harness this power to awaken all our senses by working with flowers and the kids will love…

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Taking care of yourself and finding a moment for attention is not always easy, even for those who have practiced it for years. Here, columnist Grace Victory shares her efforts to refill her cup and offers four simple ways to bring attention to your daily life – even when it’s hard It is actually ironic…

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Want to start a yoga practice but have no idea where to start? We ask Hannah Barrett, one of the UK’s leading online yoga and meditation teachers, some frequently asked questions Hello Hannah, what are some of the benefits of yoga? Yoga has a host of benefits, including reducing stress and anxiety, increasing strength, flexibility…

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Most of us are familiar with the hard side of social media. Whether it’s hourly access to bad news, frantic arguments in comment sections, comparison traps, body embarrassment or even cyberbullying, these once-exciting technology platforms have begun to lose some of their luster. Although, of course, there is another side. New research from Sky Mobile…

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With ASICS London 10k taking place on 10 July, UN Women UK, Stylist Strong Women and LimeLight Sports Club have teamed up to campaign for security, change and freedom in London. UN Women’s Safe Spaces Now initiative in the UK aims to redesign public spaces and people’s behaviors to free them from sexual harassment. Supporters…

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The host i Repair ShopJay Blades, join Happy talk about the amazing ability to correct everything, even ourselves, with the help of community, human connection and conversation Jay Blades is buzzing with energy when he appears on screen from his agent’s London headquarters. Last month has been hectic for him, he says, but in the…

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A new study reveals the power of first feeling and hearing about LGBTQ + people The usual literature has a history of underrepresentation of LGBTQ + characters, choosing not to include them and focusing on heteronormative characters. Despite this, there is a history of LGBTQ + literature dating back to ancient Rome and Greece, it…

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To understand how brands are distorting eco eco values ​​for big business We have all seen it: products that claim to be ‘sustainable’, ‘carbon neutral’ or ‘environmentally friendly’. But when can a seemingly positive policy actually be a bad thing? This is where the green wash comes in and it’s something we need to get…

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Psychotherapist and author of Ten in Zen, Ten times happier and now How to be your own therapistjoin our podcast to discuss work for yourself, change management and addressing your inner tone Owen O’Kane believes wholeheartedly in the power of good therapy. As someone who has previously been the NHS Clinical Mental Health Director, and…

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What is it, why does it happen and what signs should I watch out for? We share everything you need to know about passive suicidal ideation Passive suicidal ideation is something many of us experience, but few of us take it seriously. You may have thought, “I would like to fall asleep and not wake…

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