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Whether it’s SATs, GCSEs, A-Levels, university end of year exams or degree finals, exams can be a challenging time. No matter how much preparation you have done, it is common to feel worried or nervous before a test.
When last did you enjoy spending time on your own? As humans, we are great at filling our days with things to do and places to be, at the expense of savouring a little solitude. And we are missing out.
We have come up with a few fun activities and ideas for the perfect family staycation that’ll have you forgetting all about your old summer plans in no time.
With everything you take in every day, it can be easy to be overwhelmed and drop the ball. Here are six techniques that can help you improve your memory to keep the important things in mind.
There’s no denying that our days are relentlessly busy. Before you know it, your head is hitting your pillow and you are not sure where the day has gone. These seven simple tips will help you work moments of calm and reflection into your day, slowing down the pace and helping you find ways to relax more and rush less.
While working from home may once have sounded like a dream, being cooped up in your home indefinitely can feel far from relaxing - whether you live alone or with your family, here are eight things you can do to feel calmer during this time.
This holiday season might not quite be what we were all expecting, and we’re probably all going to be staying closer to home. So, here are a few top tips on how you can make your summer holiday what you want it to be while staying close to home.
Those who don’t garden can be forgiven for not understanding quite why people do it. It can seem a fuddy-duddy exercise with strange goals, to beautify nature or take control of our own little plots. But those who do swiftly learn the benefits of tending to the earth, of prizing out flowers from the ground or raising seedlings from trays, and those benefits are difficult to see, because innate calm and relaxation is such a wonderfully internal thing.
Do you commute to work? Is your commute over 60 minutes long? If so, then you could be setting yourself up for a more stressful day before you even arrive at your desk!
The end of the summer break is almost nigh; what seemed to stretch out ahead of us like a lifetime of long summer days has passed by as quickly as the eagerly-contested sibling beach race, and days of school-runs, homework and playground pursuits beckon once again. This can feel a little unsettling at the best of times; perfectly natural as weeks of footloose freedom switch to something very different overnight.