As the sun rises, the day begins with a trip to brush our pearly whites and wash our faces. Then as to-do lists fill our minds and thoughts of the day ahead stack up, it’s important to remember that self-care cannot wait, whether you’ve had a rough week or just need some time to yourself.
Public Health England is recommending people consider taking daily vitamin D supplements throughout the spring and summer as lockdown continues.
But why do we really need vitamin D, and where can we get our daily dose from?
Easter is supposed to be a time for hope and renewal. But this year, with most Brits isolating themselves in their homes, it’s easy to lose track of which day it is. Which is why you’d be forgiven for forgetting that Easter is just around the corner, this weekend.
Celebrations are likely to be different, as we stay indoors. But staying indoors doesn’t have to be boring, whether it’s baking some sweet treats, having an Easter egg hunt in the garden, or enjoying a meal around the table, here are our five tips for celebrating, even when you can’t go out:
Easter celebrations are set to be very different this year as most of us will be spending it in our own homes due to lockdown. Easter is a time of celebration but making plans for a four-day weekend stuck indoors can seem overwhelming, and even stressful for some.
Practicing mindfulness is a great way to relax whilst managing your thoughts and feelings, and you can even put an Easter spin on some mindfulness activities too. We share our top 3 mindfulness activities to do this Easter weekend.
With Coronavirus (COVID-19) dominating the news and many already in self-isolation, the impact of the pandemic is being felt by millions. We understand that this can be an overwhelming time for many and prioritising your mental and physical wellbeing is as important as ever. Here are our top 5 tips to help you cope with stress and anxiety and the loneliness that may arise from home working.