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Jay’s Day

Stress is a feeling that we have all experienced to some extent or another, and it can sometimes be tempting to try and ignore it, or hope that it goes away. Our lives are full of stress, even if we don’t realise it. Every day we experience micro doses of stress which can build up

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The #ChooseKindness Challenge

Being kind. Whilst it’s something we should try and do more of, it can be pretty difficult at times. Sometimes it can be really scary to show kindness to strangers or people in our lives, and other times it’s something we just forget to do. Nevertheless, we think the world could always do with a

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5 Top Tips to Start Your Self Love Journey – By Billie Anderson

Hi, I’m Billie, I’m 22 and living in London. I also happen to have a stoma bag.  At the age of 20 I was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis (UC); one half of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (the other being Crohn’s) UC is a gut disease that attacks the good cells in the lining of the large

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11 Instagram Accounts that will Make Your Day At Least 107% Better

Sometimes, the world can totally suck. When it seems like nothing is going quite right and everything turns rubbish all at once, it can be pretty difficult to find something that will make you feel like smiling. That’s where we come in. We have put together this list of 11 amazingly positive Instagram accounts to

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Interview with Singer-Songwriter, Sody

We caught up with singer-songwriter Sody on her new single, her experiences of bullying and what the future holds for her. Check out her new single The Bully on Spotify, YouTube, iTunes and Apple Music. Hey Sody, Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? Hey! I’m Sody, my real name is Sophie, and

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Interview With Our New Ambassador, Jessica Megan

Tell us a bit about yourself  ‘I’m a model and body acceptance activist. I first began using my Instagram in 2017 as a platform to talk about the human body and body acceptance. From this, I was noticed by Leyah Shanks from The Body Confidence Revolution, as well as numerous other influential charities and public

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How to Win at Being a Long-Distance Friend

Your pals are important right? They cheer you up when your sad, hang out with you when you’re bored, put you back together after a break up and make you laugh until you cry. However, some of us can be a bit guilty of neglecting out friends from time to time. Life can get away

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7 Autocomplete Myths About Feminism That Are Definitely Not True

Feminism gets a bad rap most of the time. Making headlines for transphobia, man-hating and bra burning, loads of people today don’t even like being associated with the term ‘feminist’. But, it’s not all bad, and in fact most feminists do not agree with any of the stuff that you might have heard. That’s why

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10 Mindfulness Apps You Need to Download to Bring Some Zen to Your Life

There’s a lot of chatter about how daily mindfulness practice will “literally change your life” – and while we can’t guarantee it will completely change it – regular mindfulness practice has been proven to: Dramatically reduce stress and anxiety improve personal relationships Build a greater acceptance and resilience towards harmful thoughts and emotions. Better ability

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How NOT to Lose Friends Online: 6 Tips for Social Media Communication

We have all done it or know someone who has. You’ve been chatting away on social media to a pal, when suddenly they get upset. It seems like it’s out of nowhere, right? In a world where we spend more and more time talking to friends and making plans online rather than in person, it

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