Mental Health

Ready meals may well have a bad reputation, but is it actually deserved? We say they don’t have to be unhealthy, and have some tips to make them a little more nutritious… The humble ready meal offers a lunch or dinner solution in a matter of minutes. Whether you’re craving a bowl of pasta, a
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Personal trainer Jemma Thomas shares her top tips for returning to exercise after a break Taking a holistic approach to health is something we highly encourage here at Happiful. We know how body and mind are connected and recognise the impact exercise can have on our mental health. This doesn’t mean it’s easy though. Taking
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A new survey has revealed that one in four Brits has watched post-apocalyptic films during the pandemic New data released by NOW TV reveals that Brits have been turning to apocalyptic, post-apocalyptic, and dystopian movies as a source of comfort and entertainment during the ongoing Covid pandemic. Popular films featuring end-of-the-world scenarios, along with cult
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When it comes to finding your purpose, Jay Shetty has been on a unique personal journey. But now, the former monk-turned-global keynote speaker, life coach, and podcast host is sharing the insight and wisdom he’s learned I’m excited to read this article, because I’ve shared so many things I haven’t said before,” declares Jay Shetty
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Follow these tips to harness pockets of positivity when you’re going through periods of helplessness We all feel hopeless every now and then – whether it stems from anxiety about things that are out of our hands, or in situations where the challenges seem immense. It almost feels like an understatement to say that 2020
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The world produces more than 380 million tonnes of plastic every year, and this can take up to 500 years to decompose. So is it possible to kick the habit? Happiful’s Kathryn Wheeler gave it a go Cards on the table, when sustainable online shop Let’s Go Plastic Free challenged me to give up plastic
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What happens when the news cycle starts to feel too heavy? It turns out that what we hear and see being reported, could be negatively impacting how we view the world… The news cycle: it’s inescapable. Whether we chose to get our updates from newspapers, television reports, online, or social media, if we want to
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Brb, ttyl, g2g – we used to be so good at stepping away from digital conversations, and it’s time to bring those old-school habits back into practice According to a study by Ofcom, people in the UK check their smartphones every 12 minutes of the waking day, with 40% of adults looking at their phone
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Get stuck into these easy, effective craft projects to help soothe a busy mind, challenge your creativity, and leave you with something to be proud of If life is what you make of it, when you choose to make art, things get a little brighter. Of course, sometimes the things that knock us off course
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Express yourself through all creative outlets. Make colouring mindful, get busy in the kitchen, and create a safe space for you to express your own thoughts and feelings 1. Page-turners In Their Shoes: Navigating Non-Binary Life Award-winning editor, writer, and public speaker Jamie Windust shares their own experiences on everything from fashion, dating, relationships and
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We share some stories reminding us that beauty and hope continues to thrive in difficult circumstances and how you can take time to notice it This year, going online has become somewhat of a risky endeavour. You never know if you’re going to come away feeling connected and empowered, or lost and despondent. As I
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Do you find yourself feeling impacted by the full moon? Kirsty Gallagher, moon mentor and author, explores the power of the lunar cycle and how we can utilise this to make positive change Have you ever woken up one morning feeling overly emotional or questioning certain areas of your life? Are there days when you
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We all have the ability to be empathetic, but how can we make sure that we’re tuning into this innate skill and projecting it into the world around us? Is empathy an ‘everyday reality’? And is it a skill you can learn? The answer to both of these questions is yes, but this deeply instinctive
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Food is all over Instagram, Pinterest, and the rest. Here’s how our online appetite has changed our relationship with what we actually put on our plates Social media occupies two out of every five minutes we spend online, and boy do we spend a lot of time online. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube… these platforms have
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