So as May draws to end and we say goodbye to National Walking month for another year, I think it’s only fair to tell you that we failed in our efforts to virtually walk all of Route 66. We arrived as planned in Oklahoma, and then set off for our next stop Dallas, Texas butRead More About Learning to fail along Route 66
Mindfulness can be described as maintaining a moment-by-moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and surrounding environment, through a gentle, nurturing lens. It is an innate quality of being human, that unfortunately, can get side-tracked and unlearnt by our busy demanding lifestyles. Mindfulness training has been developed by scientists and psychologists, drawing on anRead More About How mindfulness practice can promote wellness
It is estimated that 100,000 people die each year from smoking-related diseases, including cancer and that smoking causes more than a quarter of all cancer deaths in the UK. In addition, the average smoker spends over £4300 per year on cigarettes. So, what will be your reason to stop smoking once and for all? WeRead More About Find your reason to Quit Smoking
Everyone Health is today marking Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2021. According to the World Health Organisation, (WHO) World Report on Disability, 15% of the global population, or more than 1 billion people, are living with a disability. Of this number, it’s estimated 450 million are living with a mental or neurological condition. It is thereforeRead More About Working to create an inclusive World Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2021
There I’ve said it, I’m addicted to sugar, well puddings to be precise. I don’t drink, smoke, or take drugs so I suppose as vices go, a cake isn’t that bad. But here’s the thing I have a pudding after every evening meal, and I don’t mean a yoghurt or an apple but an actualRead More About I’m addicted to sugar – Help!
Last week the team walked 365 miles which saw us virtually arrive in Kansas, our next stop along Route 66 in the US. The team picked Route 66 as a challenge during May, which is National Walking Month. Walking is good for our minds, our bodies and our neighbourhoods and has been a lifeline forRead More About Route 66 Walkers arrive in Kansas – National Walking Month
May 17th marks the beginning of National Smile Month, organised by the Oral Health Foundation, the month aims to raise awareness of important health issues and promote good oral health. We all want a perfect smile so here are the top tips to improve your oral health. Brush your teeth for two minutes twice aRead More About Top tips to improve your smile during National Smile Month 17th May – 17th June.
Today marks the next step on the road back to normal, or as near normal as possible. We can meet 6 friends or two households inside, eat indoors at restaurants and visit cinemas amongst other things. Today also marks the day we are officially allowed to share a hug. In my family a hug accompaniesRead More About To hug or not to hug – that is the question
The global pandemic has allowed us to reconnect with nature in a way that many of us haven’t done since we were children. For some watching and listening to the birds may have been our only contact through the enforced lockdowns, for others we have found solace in green space as we have taken dailyRead More About Get back to Nature during Mental Health Awareness Week 10 – 16th May
Over the bank holiday I enjoyed some fresh Asparagus, not an item usually found in my shopping basket, but as it’s low in calories, boasts an impressive nutrient profile, and was cheap – I thought it would make a nice change to Broccoli. Served with some fresh salmon and new potatoes, and cooked as perRead More About What are the benefits of eating seasonally?