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Wellbeing

As restrictions continue to ease and we approach the year's end, are we forgetting COVID-19's effect on mental health?
Simon Playford
Will you put the 'fit' in 'festive'? Gym owner Ellie Bowden offers up advice to help you beat the end-of-year exercise slump.
Ellie Bowden
While we're in the midst of end-of-year events and Christmas parties, a dietitian provides practical ways to eat mindfully over the festive season.
Annabel Johnston
Have you been wanting to find a mentor? Perhaps 2021 is the time to make mentoring matter in your workplace.
Joelene Nel
For lawyers, being unable to grieve in that ‘common’ way can leave us lost as to how to acknowledge the life and death of their client, and to mourn in a healthy way. The grief of the lawyer is worthy of being acknowledged, and affirmed.
Lauren Phelps
Can a world exist where employees don’t fear speaking out or speaking up? In the current climate, this isn’t the case and the fear is very real.
Lauren Phelps
Similar to nature meditation where you focus on being aware of our surroundings whilst in nature, joyspotting is the mindfulness practice of becoming attuned to the joy in our surroundings. So, how do we practise joyspotting while rushing to work and going about our day?
Lauren Phelps
Our values are intrinsic to how we interact with the world and how we define ourselves as individuals – so why wouldn't we apply this theory to the way we nourish our bodies? According to Dietitian Hannah Wilson, these core values should inform our nutrition goal setting and assist us in achieving holistic wellbeing.
Hannah Wilson

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