Don’t let loneliness get you down

Children going to school, divorce, teenagers leaving for university, a house move or new job can all be stressful, and while they are a part of everyday life, each one can lead to loneliness. While feeling lonely isn’t a mental health problem itself, the two things are linked, and if …

Boost your immune system the superfood way

With schools back, X-Factor on the TV and a nip in the air, it is only a matter of time before those pesky colds and coughs start to come our way. We all know that keeping warm, washing our hands and taking a vitamin supplement can help us to be …

Get a hobby that will chill you out

Long days, busy nights and a flow of information coming at you 24/7, can make life pretty stressful and even lead to depression, anxiety and insomnia. While we know you have to pay the bills, and keep family and friends happy, it is also important to look after you. So, …

Pack a healthy lunch

Back to school and as well as getting the PE kits ready and uniform washed, the pressure is on to pack up a healthy lunch. While the requests might be for chocolate and crisps, the school rules and guidelines say otherwise. We have had a look at some creative, tasty …

Eradicate Acne with Our Pimple Perfecting Tips

Acne and pimples can be really difficult to live with, affecting your confidence and leaving you in pain in some severe cases. This time of year, which is a time of new beginnings at school, college and university, can leave us feeling down about less-than-perfect skin, so we thought we’d …

What to read this World Book Day

2nd March is World Book Day and over the past years it really has become quite ‘a thing’. While children around the world celebrate their favourite books and characters at school and home, we think that grown-ups should get in on the act too. Reading is the perfect way of …