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winter wellness, mindfulness, yoga

Importance of Yoga

Described as a life changing practice, yoga has been around for more than five thousand years. Many experts say that the qualities come from the embedded importance of breathing. Yoga engages the mind, promoting health both mentally and physically. It …

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mindfulness, meditation, winter wellness

Mindful Meditation

As part of #WinterWellness, we’ve been promoting good mental health. Research shows that as stress increases, productivity goes down and creativity halts. A hectic lifestyle and work environment can lead to constant worry and anticipation of what is to come.  …

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healthy eating, lunch, health, fitness


4 healthy lunch spots to lure you away from your desk!   Why not get out of the office this week, have a stroll and take your pick from one of the below healthy lunch options? We’ve rounded up our …

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winter, fitness, health

Ways to stay fit and healthy in the winter months

It’s easy to lose motivation during the cold winter months but with shorter, colder and darker days, getting out to exercise can be just as important for our mental health as our physical health. We reached out to a couple …

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How to eat lunch for a week for under £8

Its so tempting to eat out, surrounded by great restaurants in Soho. However buying fresh ingredients and creating your own meals doesn’t have to be difficult. Here’s how to make interesting and healthy lunches for a week for as little …

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Trump, President, Britain

What does President Trump mean for Britain?

It is fair to say that the election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States has, at best, received a mixed reaction in Britain. In the run up to Election Day, a poll by Gallup found …

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Why Trump Won

Tim Snowball, Director of Political Strategy, PHA Media Trump promised to “win big”, and he has.  “The Donald” has defied the odds and romped home to a shock victory. He will now be sworn in as President on  the 20th of …

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FoodCycle Dishes

A day with a charity: FoodCycle in partnership with MIND

Sam and I chose to spend our development days with the brilliant FoodCycle in partnership with MIND for a day of food collecting, cooking and hosting. While researching potential charities, we both realised that we were eager to find a …

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A Streetcat Named Bob Premiere

After over 2 years of working with James Bowen and Streetcat Bob, the Media Management department reached the pinnacle and unquestionable highlight of their working relationship with the lovable best-selling author and his ginger tomcat. Our team have been with …

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7 Quick Home Workouts

As the temperature drops, so does our motivation to get out of the house for a workout. This week’s Monday Motivation, we’ve gathered together a weeks’ worth of quick at-home fitness workouts to get you kick-started into staying active. Chair …

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Black Mirror – A reflection of tech’s communication problem?

The latest season in Charlie Brooker’s dystopian anthology series, Black Mirror – think The Twilight Zone brought to the digital age if you haven’t seen it – has given viewers much food for thought this past fortnight as modern technology …

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Why the flu jab is for everyone

With the flu season in full swing, many people think that the flu jab is only for young children, pregnant women and pensioners. Yet a flu jab can save anyone from suffering from this unpredictable virus this winter. To encourage more …

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