January 2018

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How to Stop Sweating the Small Stuff

How to Stop Sweating the Small Stuff

Dr. Happy

"Don't sweat the small stuff" - it's a saying we've all heard before. But if we're honest, we've all allowed ourselves to become upset about something (that with the benefit of hindsight), really wasn’t that bad or even that important. Despite knowing that we shouldn't worry about the little things, we can't help but do it anyway. The question is, how do we kick the habit for good? In his latest article for HIF, mental health professional, Dr. Happy shares his top tips on how we can let go of our everyday stressors.

Category:Mental Health
The Impacts of Stress

The Impacts of Stress

Matt Fuller
Have you started the new year fresh and motivated or have you found it more of a difficult and stressful time? According to health and fitness expert, Matt Fuller, "Suffering from stress over this time of the year is not uncommon and there are many factors that can contribute to this feeling for example, financial stress – we may have overspent at Christmas or during the holiday break so finances are tighter than normal." With this in mind, we caught up with Matt to hear this thoughts on how we can best manage stress and why it is so important when it comes to our bodies. 
Category:Fitness
How to Make Your Old Pet Feel Young Again

How to Make Your Old Pet Feel Young Again

Laura V

What can we do to give our beloved pets the happiest, healthiest and longest life possible? According to animal behaviourist expert, Laura V, "Actually, it’s pretty simple. Everything our pets do to help us live longer, we can offer right back to them." In her latest article for HIF, Laura shares her top tips for helping your older pet feel young again.

Category:Pet Care
Take Control of Your Work Life Balance

Take Control of Your Work Life Balance

Dr. Happy

How can you get the perfect "work-life balance?" According to HIF blogger and mental health professional, Dr. Happy, "I’ve seen so many people try and fail, that I’ve come to believe the phrase “work life balance” does potentially more harm than good. But there is an alternative which is both more desirable and more achievable. I suggest that rather than aiming for work life balance our goal should be to aim for… life!" So how do we do this? Dr. Happy shares his top 10 tips. 

Category:Mental Health
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