New Year, a new way with money

Wealtth coach Elizabeth Mary Hancock suggests that we can attract more money by addressing our money mindset

Millions of Brits injuring themselves by pushing too hard at the gym

A poll of 2,000 gym-goers revealed adults will hit the gym to keep up with friends but in doing so they fall foul and treat a simple fitness session as a competition.

Some push harder to be better than fellow health buffs and others will test their boundaries in a bid to impress, whatever the reason, this ‘go hard or go home’ mentality is resulting in injuries up and down the country.

6 top tips to stay vegan after Veganuary

Dominika Piasecka from The Vegan Society explains how to do your vegan New Year’s resolution right.

New Year’s resolutions are in full swing now, but not everyone sticks to them as rigidly as they’d like. If this year you’ve decided try veganism through Veganuary, it means you took up a resolution to not only benefit yourself but also others – and you hopefully want your January experiment to last forever.

Detox your largest organ

It’s the time of year when most of us embark on a detox after over indulging in too much food and alcohol. However we spend a lot of time thinking about what we put in our body but we should also important to consider what we put on our body. Our biggest organ is the skin and it can absorb nutrients and chemicals both good and bad ones.

Think about all the products that you use as part of your daily skincare routine and if you wouldn’t put it in your mouth then you shouldn’t feed it to your skin.

Here are a few tips of how to detoxify your skin

Start a Year of Wellness - The Spa Expert's Advice

Davina Hassell, Spa Manager at the luxury Macdonald Craxton Wood Hotel & Spa in Cheshire who is used to seeing lots of frazzled guests during and after the Christmas period, gives her wellness advice on how to make 2018 your year of wellness and how to give yourself the best start.

Stress Less

Masterclass: Breaking Bad Habits in 2018

masterclass helps break your bad habits in 2018

Breaking a bad habit is simpler than you might think, says Dr Judson Brewer, a thought-leader in the field of habit-change and self-mastery – and the presenter of a new, hour-long “Masterclass” on “Breaking Bad Habits”, on, the meditation app just named Apple’s iPhone App of the Year for 201

Four ways to eat yourself healthy in the New Year

While many New Year's resolutions messages are about cutting down and eating less, you don’t need to starve yourself this January to achieve your healthy weight goals – there are actually many foods we could and should all be eating more of. The British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) shares the four best types of foods to eat more of this year to help you ditch the detox and add some oomph to your New Year’s resolutions, all year round.  

Wholegrains – brown rice, wholemeal breads, brown pasta, whole rye and other grains like bulgur wheat and spelt.

How Achieving Your Resolutions Will Improve Your Life Fulfillment

Making New Year’s Resolutions is easy, it’s keeping them that requires effort and determination. The New Year’s Resolution Show spoke to Misha Nestor, CEO of LifeTracker, about the relationship between achieving goals and life fulfiment, and how modern technology can help you more easily meet those targets you set for yourself.    

10 Top Tips to Beat Those Winter Blues

With Christmas and New Year just behind us, we are right in the middle of winter. The short days, dark nights and cold weather often brings around a bout of winter blues.

There has been a lot of attention on the festive season, but once turns up, many of us sink into mild depression. The urge to curl up and hibernate can be very strong, but it’s important to fight back and start living your life to the full, come rain or shine.

Research Shows Dogs Key to Happiness and Fitness

With health and happiness being two of the most common reasons behind most people's New Year's Resolutions, could the secret to both be as simple as letting a furry friend into your life? According to a new study by the RSPCA and life insurer Vitality, Dog owners have better health, happiness and social lives than those who do not have dogs. Researchers undertook an in-depth social study of dog owners and non-dog owners – and revealed those with dogs get more exercise, are happier in their work lives and make friends more easily than non-dog owners.


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