It’s no news that the last year has taken a toll on the mental health of the masses. 2020 and 2021, with all their lockdowns and social distancing restrictions, have weighed us all down in one way or another. That’s why, this Mental Health Awareness Week, it’s more important than ever to focus on the things that give us peace of mind, stress relief and a general sense of clarity during a mostly testing and uncertain time.
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If you’re tired of an inbox full of deals and you’re sick of the sight of the colour red this month, you’re definitely not alone! Although savings can be a good thing if it’s something you really want, we think spending hours in a (virtual) shopping queue and shouting at your laptop screen isn’t a great way to spend a Friday!
It’s that time of the year again when the nights get darker, the air gets colder and our gloves and scarves are dug out of the cupboards. One thing we mustn’t forget though is that the clocks will change too!
Winter is coming and it doesn’t look like many of us will be returning to the workplace any time soon.
WFH during summer was a fantastic time of working in the garden, having windows wide open and enjoying lunch outdoors. The winter, however, is going to be very different!
As well as the beginning of the beautiful autumn season, September is also known as Organic September! It is a month-long campaign which aims to raise awareness of organic products and the brands, producers and farmers who bring them to the UK.
Say goodbye to boring ham sarnies and spice up your lunch times once again!
Picnics are the new eating out!