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.
The week began on Sunday with an exclusive write up in The Sunday Times with a dramatic front page headline “Doctors Halt the Menopause”. As a result, the week has been filled with TV, Radio and other media platforms debating the pros and cons of having this surgery.
There is always plenty of guidance for women suffering the menopause and so it was with interest to read about the practice of Ayurveda, an ancient Hindu 5000 year science which, it seems, is having a resurgence thanks to the interest from high profile celebrities such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Aniston.
This week we saw celebrities including Ellie Goulding and Rita Ora change the manner in which they use their media posts.
In total 16 high profile celebrities will clearly state whether they are being paid for their posts or for items they feature or items they have been gifted.
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.
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