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This Easter I (finally!) went to see Moana at the cinema. I’m not sure if my tastes have changed since having children (or if it was just the fact that I never had an excuse to see these films before) but we all loved it and we’ve been listening to the soundtrack ever since. After […]
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“The real purpose of running isn’t to win a race, it’s to test the limits of the human heart.” Bill Bowerman I have been hugely inspired over the past two weeks watching both the Brighton Marathon (which handily passes the end of our road) and the London Marathon (on TV!). It amazes me what people […]
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What happened to those empty moments before phones? When you woke up and lay in bed just thinking about life. Or rolled over and hugged your partner. At the risk of sounding ancient, remember when you sent a letter and had to wait for a reply? Or you emailed a friend and had to wait […]
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Dr Carla Croft is clinical psychologist who practices in London. She specialises in seeing people who have psychology stress and physical illness, especially women during the milestones of life, tackling issues such as body awareness, fertility, pregnancy/post pregnancy and menopause. You can read more of her blogs on her website. A client said recently an […]
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Thanks to all of those that took part in my 5 Day Happiness Challenge. I really hope you’ve enjoyed it and that you noticed a difference from completing the tasks. If you haven’t signed up yet you can still take part here. This week, I thought it would be worth explaining a little more about […]
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Being in charge of a new baby can be anxiety inducing enough, without having to worry about what is going on back at your place of work. Yet, anxiety over maternity leave – that your employer won’t want you back, your cover will do a better job than you, or even that you won’t want […]
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