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You Mind Defines Your Health

10 Ways Your State of Mind Affects Your Immune System Scientists once believed that the mind and the body were separate, that one didn’t influence the other. Today we know that isn’t the case. Your stress levels and general mental state can have profound effects on the efficacy of your immune system. Your immune system Read More

Life Lessons from Leicester

Over the past two weeks my home town has been a place of celebration. From those celebrations there have come life lessons from the heart of Leicester in so many ways. For those of you who don’t regularly read or watch media news, Leicester City Football won the UK Football Premiership this season. It’s been Read More

Is it time to take a social media holiday?

Today we appear to be dominated by social media as it plays a significant role in many of our lives – both at work and at home. There are an estimated 2.3 billion social media users globally. But has our need to keep people updated on our every move or thought gone too far? One Read More

7 Unusual Ways to quit Procratinating

Everyone procrastinates. There are times when putting off a dreaded task is called for, However if procrastination is halting your progress, it may be time to consider a new strategy to move on. Some of us are better at dealing with procrastination than others. You’re not alone if you procrastinate. The people that get things Read More

Mental Health is still misunderstood and costly in the workplace

We spend a large part of our time in the workplace, trying to earn a decent wage and survive, but it can also be an extremely stressful environment where we may have become immune to the health challenges of others. The figures surrounding mental health in the workplace make for worrying reading. Mental Health Increases Read More

How to Improve your Patience in less than a week

Patience really is a virtue! However, it can take a lot of work to develop. This is especially true if you have a bit of a short fuse. Don’t stress! It’s possible to develop patience in less than one week. So if there’s an event coming up that may test your patience, you can learn Read More

The Stress Heads Guide to A Sleepless Night

Stressed out and Exhausted? – How to Hold it Together After another Sleepless Night At one time or another, you’ll most likely miss a night’s sleep, whether you’re caring for a sick child, travelling overnight or facing tight deadlines at work. Normally, in my experience, this will happen the night before an early start, or Read More