Psychic Nancy Mello Reunites Lost Pets With Owners

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In the last 12 months, Nancy Mello has helped find twenty animals and has worked with more than 300 others including a Bearded Dragon named Nala, a green tree frog named Toad, and a chicken called “Mama.” A psychic and clairvoyant of 2 years, Nancy worked to help people connect with lost loved ones as […]

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The Hidden Benefit of Your Daily Cuppa

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A cup of black tea may be just as beneficial to our health as a cup of green tea, reveals a new scientific review in the journal, Nutrition and Food Technology. The little-known polyphenols found in black tea, called thearubigins, can influence 3 main areas of health – gut health, blood pressure, and anti-cancer effects, […]

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7 Daily Habits to Sustain Motivation During the Winter

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As the end of a long, challenging year edges closer, many of us find that our get up and go motive has decided to go for a wander. Nights have developed into long periods of frosty darkness, and our beds have become both a source of comfort and warmth for icy toes doubling the challenge […]

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The Importance of Psychological Resilience and How to Build it

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Bouncing back after facing hardship is something we can all physically do, fall off a bike and you get up and get back on it, but many of us lack the tools to mentally bounce back, in other words, psychological resilience. To be psychologically resilient isn’t to ignore thoughts and feelings, or to avoid what […]

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What is Self-Compassion and How Can You Practise it?

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Throughout our lives we will spend 100% of our time with ourselves, maybe not always alone but yourself is who you will spend the most amount of time with. But, the question remains, why are we so hard on ourselves? Why do we give advice, kindness and love to those around us but treat ourselves […]

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Body Image: Self-esteem, relationship with yourself and building confidence

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Bodies come in a myriad of shapes, sizes, heights, widths and types, and no one body is the same. With body positive influencers flooding Instagram and a significant improvement made in fashion inclusivity, it has never been a better time to review the relationship we have with our bodies. There is no longer space to […]

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3 Coping Mechanisms For Facing Uncertainty

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You may be entering another lockdown, currently in one, finally freed from one or waiting to have one put in place… Regardless of where you are in the world, the current health emergency is naturally taking its’ toll on all of us. The uncertainty of what’s to come next and how to return back to […]

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Finding the Work Hard, Rest and Recover Balance in a Society Focused on Chaos

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Over 50% of stress experienced by a study of UK individuals in 2020 has been work and/or financially related. With the current health emergency we are facing, it’s no wonder that anxiety levels have increased as a result of the uncertainty. We may have become more aware of the importance of slowing down amidst Zoom […]

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