National Sickie Day Sticky

National Sickie Day

What is ‘National Sickie Day’? Coined ‘National Sickie Day’, the first Monday in February, is statistically the day when the greatest number of employees call in sick and take the day off work. This year National Sickie Day falls on…

Overcome the January Blues

Overcome the January Blues

“January Blues.” Is this really a ‘thing’? Or are we simply just exhausted from Christmas with its never-ending demand for such high expectations and all the stress that 2021 shoveled upon us? Fast forward, Mid-January has arrived, along with the…

Talk Money Week (8-12 November 2021)

Talk Money Week (8-12 November 2021)

Why is talking about money such a taboo? It’s no doubt a touchy subject that can make us feel anxious, embarrassed or seclusive when it comes up in conversation. But the money taboo can prevent us from developing better habits…

Starting a New Job – How To Prepare.

Starting a New Job – How To Prepare.

Congratulations you’ve got the job! It may not have been a foregone conclusion that changing or getting a new job at this time was going to be easy, especially considering that the Covid-19 pandemic has put millions of people out of…

Mental Health Awareness Week 2021

Mental Health Awareness Week 2021

Pets Our Support Bubble For those of us who have the joy of sharing our world with a ‘Fur baby’ or two, we’re already well aware of the many ways in which our lives are enriched. But do any of…

The gyms are opening, how excited are you?

The gyms are opening, how excited are you?

‘Step Two’ of the lockdown roadmap in England begins on April 12th, which for some is long awaited and much needed. Different households must not deliberately aim to mix in the gym, only working out with those who live together is…

Prioritising Children’s Mental Health

Prioritising Children’s Mental Health

‘How Are The Little Ones Doing?’ – Prioritising Children’s Mental Health As They Return To School So, the children are going back to school from March 8th, will they be ‘skipping & hopping’ back in or ‘tip toeing’ in reluctantly?…