Many of us around the world are beginning to reemerge after months of being quarantined or being put under a shelter-in-place. Here are a few tips to help us feel a bit less anxious and to come out of quarantine mindfully.
What are the positive things we’ve learnt in lockdown? This year has been beyond difficult but also provided opportunity for positive growth and learning. Here we reflect on our experiences.
By trying to navigate the pandemic, you might’ve picked up positive habits worth holding onto. Here’s how to stick to them when lockdown is over.
The lockdown rules might leave you worried about sustaining a nutrient-rich vegan diet. Here’s how to keep a balanced diet during quarantine.
Has COVID-19 got you working from home? If you’re finding it tricky to get into the swing of things and stay on track, trust us – you’re not alone! This transition isn’t an easy one, so here are some of our top tips for WFH life.
If you suffer from endometriosis, we’ve compiled a list of some of the things that may help to reduce inflammation and pain.
We spoke to Meg’s Menopause to learn more about Perimenopause – the limbo between having regular periods and entering full menopause – to help you to feel more prepared for the journey ahead.
Endometriosis is a menstrual health condition that affects 1 in 10 people with periods every day. Here are some gentle suggestions for dealing with endometriosis at work.
It takes an average of 7.5 years to get an official diagnosis of endometriosis. Here’s how you can give yourself the best chance of earlier diagnosis.
It is possible to care for yourself while also caring for the environment. Our friends at Bio-D have come up with some tips and ideas on how to make small changes that have a big impact.