Month: March 2021

Outdoor Living: The Benefits of Quality Sunglasses Over Cheap Ones

Expert explains why UV protection should come before fashion when buying new sunglasses and what to look for in new shades Sunnier days are on their way! And with the government announcing that people will soon be able to socialise more outdoors and enjoy alfresco dining at restaurants – it’s a good time to start […]

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Lifesum Teams Up With Gympass, Making Its Nutrition App Available to Employees of Leading Global Brands

Leading nutrition app, Lifesum, has announced a new partnership with Gympass, the world’s leading corporate wellbeing company, that will introduce the Lifesum wellness program to millions of new enterprise users globally. Under the partnership, Gympass clients will receive access to Lifesum Premium, which includes nutrition advice, recipes, personalized health advice, as well as on-demand and […]

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Mee CBD launches innovative range of water-soluble formats

CBD brand Mee launches a series of water-soluble formats this week, aiming to make CBD a more accessible lifestyle choice for mainstream health-conscious consumers. With a more palatable price and delivery system, Mee offers enhanced strength and accessibility in a variety of formats to add to drinks and food, including sachets, drops and powders. Mee […]

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Good Vibes Only: 6 Simple Steps to Re-energise Your Home

Yes you’ve cleaned and had a cupboard clear out, but after a year of Lockdowns, and spending more time in the house than ever before, it’s probably time to go further and to give your home an ‘energy re-boot’… using 2021’s hottest principles. Applying a mix of Feng Shui fundamentals, the practice of living in […]

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Award-winning Walsall firm puts best foot forward for mental health charity

ACCOUNTANCY specialists have been putting their best feet forward in a bid to Move for Mind. Employees from Walsall-based Unico 3 Limited wanted to do something to raise money for the mental health charity after seeing the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic. The award-winning family-run firm, which has doubled in size during the crisis, provides […]

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Step Back into Society: Experts advise a blended post-pandemic fitness regime

In 2020, when the first lockdown ended, a survey by Sport England showed that, despite the plethora of on-demand and virtual fitness options available to them, 87% of gym goers planned to resume their memberships post lockdown and a further 25% said they would join a gym, even if they didn’t have a membership. The […]

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Women’s History Month- The Challenges and Opportunities for Women in Cybersecurity

Written by Gigi Schumm, SVP World Wide Sales, ThreatQuotient March is Women’s History Month with this year’s theme being “choose to challenge.” From a cybersecurity perspective, the number of women in this sector is increasing rapidly and it’s an exciting time to be part of this industry. However, that doesn’t take away from the challenges as studies […]

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Schools to contest annual agri competition hosted by LEAF Education and North Wales college

LEAF Education, in partnership with Coleg Cambria Llysfasi, have re-launched the annual national competition in Food, Farming and Environment to offer even more schools the chance to win on-farm experiences. For the first time, the competition will see up to ten schools being chosen as semi-finalists, who will each receive an on-farm visit. Finalist schools […]

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Eat your way to good health with Parveen the Spice Queen

TV Chef, Parveen Ashraf and Public Health Nutritionist Suzie Sawyer share their tips for a healthy diet A healthy, balanced and colourful diet is the cornerstone to emotional and physical wellbeing. However, COVID-19 has certainly had a detrimental impact on health.  A recent survey by the Health Food Manufacturers Association (HFMA)[1] of 10,000 respondents found 31.5% […]

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Wellness retreats sees surge in popularity as Brits look for post-lockdown getaways

‘Wellness retreats’ saw an 81% increase in search volume from 2019 to 2020, new data reveals The findings show that yoga was the most popular type of wellness retreat in the UK ‘Activity camps’ saw a 928% rise in interest in 2020 as Brits look forward to getting active after lockdown The UK Wellness Retreat […]

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