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SHARON CRITCHLOW FEMALE ENTREPRENEUR RECOGNISED FOR SUCCESS

*** PRESS RELEASE*** SHARON CRITCHLOW FEMALE ENTREPRENEUR RECOGNISED FOR SUCCESS Local entrepreneur recognised for making a powerful contribution to society, the economy and communities 11th JANUARY 2021: Entrepreneur from Bristol has been named as one of the UK’s top 100 inspirational female entrepreneurs by Small Business Britain’s f:Entrepreneur ‘#ialso100’ campaign. Sharon Critchlow who founded corporate…

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Seven Tips to Get Focused in January

As December excesses make way for January stresses we can be left with a mix of trepidation for the new year and the hope it brings, mixed with ‘back to work’ and throwing ourselves in to our usual life. Here are seven ways to keep your focus as we start 2021. 1. Vision – pace &…

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Singing is good for you!

  …or should it be SINGING IS GOOD FOR EWE! Something that everyone is becoming increasingly aware of is that singing is good for you and the reasons are many-fold as we shall see! Here is a guest blog written by the Assistant Musical Director of Black Sheep Harmony Choir about the benefits of singing.…

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Four Ways to Reduce Your Stress and Recover from Burnout

  What is stress? Stress is your body’s way of responding to a demand or threat. When you feel under threat or in danger—whether it’s real or imagined—the body steps up a gear with an automatic process known as the ‘fight, flight or freeze’ reaction. This is also known as the stress response. Your eyes widen to…

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Social Passion Project Update – Our Commitment to a Better Mental Health for All

We are a small business, and this is our social entreprise journey. 10th October is World Mental Health Day as recognised by the World Health Organisation. It’s a day when we consider what good mental health is and how to achieve it, both as individuals and in the workplace. Here is an update on what…

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Movement is Medicine

A sore, painful back is a common complaint of desk workers. The sedentary nature of the job aggravating lower back pain, whilst being hunched over a keyboard creates tightness through the upper back. Taking regular breaks away from the screen and the desk can ease this. Movement is the medicine. Walking, or even just having…

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Simple exercises you can do with your dog to improve your everyday wellbeing 

  We often look for ways we can spend more time with our pooches. Most dogs are adventurous and fun-loving. They look for new ways to play and bond with their owner. So, when you try out simple exercises with them that makes them extremely happy. If you do not know where to begin this…

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Wellbeing is not one size fits all.

Nicky and I have recently been speaking at the Eventwell Summit which was a wellbeing event for Event Planners in the UK and US. My talk was about the wellbeing landscape and how one size does not fit all when it comes to wellbeing. The underlying or common issues for workplaces differ greatly across sectors…

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Are you over working ? Here is your plan to regain your life.

What is over working? “If I just work late this week, I’ll get on top of the work situation…..” How many times have you said that? If it’s most weeks, there is a good chance you are over working. Working longer hours doesn’t mean all of those hours are equally as productive and now in…

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Life after a boozy lockdown

Did you have a boozy lockdown? As we emerge from the grips that Covid19 had on the nation, and slowly start heading back into work, shops, pubs and restaurants, albeit in a new strange kind of way, the news reports and statistics show there has been an overreliance on people using alcohol to cope with…

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