Wellness trends in 2017 Moving with or preferably ahead of the times in important in any business. As a blogger I know I need to keep on top of any new social media that arises. My nieces told me yesterday Facebook is for old people and it’s now all about snapchat. Ouch. I am not keeping pace too well after all!   In regard to well-being though I feel I…

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Not merely useful as an introductory course for the youngest learners amongst us, mini tennis has a surprising number of benefits for more experienced players as well. This news may surprise you, but mini tennis is an incredibly useful exercise to help you perfect the basics of the sport. Equally effective in learning how to adapt to different court dimensions, developing net play, and honing movement around the court, mini…

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With help from Golf Digest, we have created a list of the top 5 highest paid active golfers. The presence of the largely inactive Tiger Woods on this list reveals that the lion’s share of money in golf is to be made away from competition. For the most part, this list demonstrates this disparity between prize money and the lucrative sponsorships enjoyed by the game’s most famous faces.    …

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I have been reviewing a Lumie Bodyclock Go (RRP £74.95) over this past week and the lovely people at Lumie have also given me one to give away. Here are my thoughts: I was pretty excited to try the Lumie Bodyclock. I had heard good things abort dawn simulators and wake up lights and this was my chance to have a go. Usually I wake up to the harsh shrill…

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Last Thursday after dropping the kids at school I began walk no.6 of #MyMarathon my personal walking marathon undertaken over 4 weeks for The British Heart Foundation. Kim’s lovely son is in my daughters class and we spend many an hour stood outside school chatting so may as well turn it into a walk right! We collected Charlie, Kim’s beautiful dog and walked around the canals near where Kim lives.…

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