How red clover can help relieve symptoms of menopause

12 March, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

Red clover is being hailed as a more natural way to deal with those hot flushes and other not-so-nice side effects of menopause.

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Sound baths: A new way to meditate

15 February, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

An ancient holistic approach, sound baths are increasingly helping people unwind from their stressful lives. So how do they work?

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How to find your inner confidence

12 February, 2019 . by Michelle Rose

Confidence can get you a long way at school, university and work, and in friendships and relationships. How can you give yours a boost?

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Single on Valentine’s Day? Here’s what to do

11 February, 2019 . by Michelle Rose

If you’re flying solo on Valentine’s Day, there’s no reason you can’t be your own date.

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The 3 dangers of being too busy

4 February, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

If having too much to do and too little time is your usual mantra, it’s time to look at why ‘busy’ isn’t always the best option.

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The foolproof way to break bad habits

1 January, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

Whether it’s swearing like a truck driver, biting your nails or drinking two to three (OK four to five) cups of coffee a day, most of us are guilty of…

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Sanity savers: Should you outsource or DIY?

15 November, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

To knock some home fixes off your to-do list, you’ll have to decide whether to do them yourself or outsource. But what can you safely DIY, and what’s best left…

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How to help someone who is not OK

10 September, 2018 . by Michelle Rose

Being prepared to check in with a friend or relative who may be going through a tough time can make all the difference.

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Is ‘breathfulness’ the new mindfulness?

10 August, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

We take about 20,000 breaths a day. Here’s how each breath give us more energy and an emotional lift.

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The myth of the midlife crisis

26 July, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

Does life satisfaction really decline in our 40s and 50s? Clinical Psychologist Leanne Hall has some good news.

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