Lifestyle

‘How we spend our day is how we spend our life’
- Annie Dillard

This quote is a lovely way to sum up how vitally important it is to look at the simple ways of how and where we spend our time, to ensure our day-to-day existence is as peachy as possible and we move through life making the most of every moment. As the amazing golfer Gary Player once said, “don’t hurry, don’t worry, smell the roses along the way”.

Movement for Joy

Can we move for joy rather than punishment?
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Emily Roberti Questionaire

Q&A with top London pregnancy yoga teacher and doula
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How to improve our basic nutrition

Amber Macintosh, nutritional coach, on key basic nutrition
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The perfect green smoothie

The perfect summer breakfast, packed with micronutrients
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Hum for calm

HUM your way to a steadier nervous system
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Self Care

What constitutes as self care?
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Mary Oliver

The wonderful Mary Oliver on prayer..
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Breathing Exercise for calm

The 4, 7, 8 breath to steady a whirring mind and body
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Shake out to release

To shift any low emotion, turn up the music and shake!
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Ruby Wax's Book

How to be human - insightful book to help find contentment.
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Mini mindful practice

Tune into your sense of sound to bring your self back into the present.
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Settings on your phone

Change settings on your phone for better focus
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Improve your seated posture

Improve your seated posture for a healthier and happier spine and you!
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Kitchen Safe

A great way to put your phone down for more than 10 seconds!
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Add movement into your day!

Grab a dish cloth and slide over any hard surface!
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Walking Meditation

A lovely simple moving meditation
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Posture

Simple reminders to improve your posture for better physical wellbeing
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Date yourself

Can we spend time alone and really soak up the experience?
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A 5 minute self massage

A 5 minute re set. Massaging the neck, shoulders, head and jaw
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Simply improve your breath

How can our breath support us more deeply?
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Hand breathing exercise

A lovely simple breathing exercise to steady the mind.
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