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10 tips to de-stress

Kieran Murphy | 29th March 2019

Today's blog piece is from a guest writer, David Price of Peninsula offering his top tips to de-stress. Stress is a common occurrence in our everyday life and in most cases it is manageable without the need for any drastic actions. However, if left unaddressed, stress leads to other underlying mental health issues like depression and anxiety. In t

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Laugh and a half

Kieran Murphy | 25th August 2017

As Bill once said "With mirth and laughter let old wrinkles come" Laughter is something that I love to do everyday and I try to look at daily life and activities with a sense of humour. However what makes one person laugh may make another cry (it maybe with laughter but probably not;). Below are a few things that really make me laugh an

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Shelf Help

Kieran Murphy | 20th December 2016

On Friday 2nd December Hitchin saw the launch of an exciting new pilot project called ‘Shelf Help.’ This is a reading scheme that is being adopted by The Priory School and Phase and is gradually being used by schools and libraries around the country. Shelf help is a list of 35 books which cover a range of topics including anxiety, body image, self

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Wellbeing Life List

Sasha Austin-Seade | 30th September 2016

Have you ever watched the movie The Bucket List? It’s a 2007 film about two strangers, a Billionaire and a car mechanic, who end up sharing the same hospital room. The short version is they make a list of things they would like to do before they die – ‘before they kick the bucket’. If you haven’t watched it, it’s great for a wet Saturday afternoon

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