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Emma Langton

5 Ways to Switch Off Over Christmas

Not all of us get oodles of holiday time over Christmas. For some of us it’s just the Bank Holidays and work pretty much continues throughout.  So how do we find ways to switch off over Christmas when it seems such a busy time? Regardless of how many days off you have, the Christmas season […]

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Stress to Success in 5 Simple Steps

Stress Awareness Day is 1st November 2017 Stress to Success in 5 Simple Steps Stress is a huge contributor to people needing time off work. Surveys suggest that over 10 million people in the UK are taking time off due to stress and stress related illness.  Mental health issues, including stress and anxiety are the […]

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12 Ways to Feel Good at Christmas

It’s often really difficult to feel good at Christmas when there’s so much going on and life gets busy.  There’s demands and pressure all around and expectations to meet, from others and often from ourselves too.  Remember in the UK it’s winter, its dark, it’s cold, the days are shorter and really we should be […]

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Top 8 Tips for Handling Stress

Ooh I’ve spoken to lots of people recently about handling stress.  These are people who look calm and composed on the outside and inside they’re feeling stressed, under pressure and generally not handling things as well as it would seem to the outside world. I’ve talked about the Swan Effect before, that even when you are that […]

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My Top 20 Self Care Ideas

You know I’m not big on talking about myself. I’m more of a listener (kinda goes with the job!!). However, I am big on taking care of myself and making sure I HAVE time and MAKE time for self care. Why? Because when I adopted my girls over 9 years ago I never imagined (and […]

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Let’s Talk About… Feelings

Do you talk about feelings? Some of us do, some of us don’t. Whether we do it or not, like it or not, it’s good to talk about our feelings, yet many of us are still conditioned into the good old “British” ways of not talking about how we feel. Or are we? How often […]

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