Dead plant on your desk? Why replacing it could save your life

Our body is excellent at communicating with us when we have been running on adrenaline for too long and need to slow down.  Many common illnesses are an indication that our system has become overloaded with stress chemicals.  Yet, more often than not we over ride these signals and force ourselves to keep moving forward ...

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Make Your Mornings Matter

Jayne Morris explores the importance of rituals and how to create a morning routine that can help you get out of bed with a more purpose and zest tbis winter. Rituals can be found at the very foundations of every ancient culture, yet their significance today is often overlooked. Human beings naturally gravitate toward rituals. ...

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You Don’t Need to be a Buddhist to Benefit from Meditation

The benefits of practicing meditation has reached national news recently, with studies extolling the virtues of the ancient art and claiming it can boost brainpower and creativity. What’s more, studies show that just a few minutes meditation each day can dramatically improve your wellbeing. Meditation is also an excellent burnout prevention and recovery tool. Jayne ...

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Boost Your Sex Life: Banish Technology from the Bedroom

A national survey published this month by Lancet has revealed a 20% decline over the past decade in the frequency with which Britons are having sex. Findings indicate that the average Brit currently has sex less than five times a month. The most likely contributing factors are thought to be the impact of the recession ...

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Feeling Fat?

Do you regularly find yourself moaning to friends and family about your weight gain or diet failures?  Feeling fat is something that many women (and men) beat themselves up about.  The problem is that fat talk quite literally weighs us down. Talking negatively reduces our energy and enthusiasm, in turn lowering our confidence and making ...

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