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Exercise through a Crisis

Exercise through a Crisis

You may have been on the first step of Couch to 5k when the restriction on movement came in to play and the temptation to stay on the sofa may have...
Be a Busy Bee when you're free - it's good for your health

Be a Busy Bee when you're free - it's good for your health

It’s fair to say that there is very little that occupies people these days other than the Coronavirus and the ramifications this will bring. While the UK looks to be heading to lockdown mode there are concerns for the mental wellbeing of those who are living alone with little chance of contact with friends or family.

As bars, restaurants and theatres close and non-vital meetings are discouraged, there is the chance that come the evenings and weekends we find ourselves with time on our hands.

Fifty One Apparel the Work Horse

Fifty One Apparel the Work Horse

It was a long and unrelenting last week, ahead of a few days in the Lake District, which was just the ticket for a consistently reliable work horse.

I am a guest blogger, an original Karin V neck, separated from my equally talented peers at the moment.

Healthy and Glowing Start to the Year with Arbonne

Healthy and Glowing Start to the Year with Arbonne

Still in the wake of our good intentions, we have connected once more with Arbonne and this time, in the quest for good health, well-being and glowing skin!
A Laugh A Minute

A Laugh A Minute

Do we want to stop eating chocolates? Do we want to hit the gym 3 times a week ? Do we want to keep the gin secure in the fridge? Realistically the majority of us would tick NO.  Surely there must be a better and more enjoyable way to get the va va voom into the New Year. 

Festive Fun - Was it ?

Festive Fun - Was it ?

So the Xmas festivities are over time off work eating and drinking to one’s hearts’ content seeing family and friends – nothing really not to like, or is there ?

Retailing at it's worst

Retailing at it's worst

It is no longer big news to hear reminders of the issues facing our High Streets and the battle for the retailers. Rising rates and falling footfall, coupled with over supply of products, all competing for the same markets has made retailing a poisoned chalice