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How rewilding in the water created my unexpected Best Life

By Jo Gifford 2020. Wow, you were certainly a rollercoaster. I never expected to end the year as a cold water swimmer, dipping in the icy, foggy waters of the Cam on New...

July is health and wellbeing month at The Best Life Project. Here’s hoping we inspire you to greatness

The month of July has been chosen by The Best Life Project to concentrate on the theme of health and wellbeing. We’ve decided to go down this route because we’ve listened to our...

Friends launch gummy girl power CBD product for period pain

Two friends have launched a CBD product aimed at women going through period pain. The brand has been created by friends Sophie Garner (right), from Blackburn, and Jess Cohen, who lives in Nottingham. Sophie,...

Wellness entrepreneur, Michelle Rust: My Best Life in 10 answers

I’m Michelle Rust, a self-employed management consultant, mum of two teenagers, and menopausal. I’ve worked in healthcare throughout my entire career and in the late 90s spent time within the fields of...

Planning to return to the office after WFH? Here’s how to look after yourself

By Suzie Sawyer, Clinical Nutritionist New research shows that 21% of working Brits now work from home vs 2.7% prior to March 2020 The same research study reveals that resulting health issues,...

Lockdown has made us re-think our worklife balance – this book is a must-read

Remote working and portfolio careers have now become commonplace in our working culture but how do you set boundaries and maintain a balance between work and life when technically, you’re always at...

A GP reveals what women really want post-pandemic – fitness, relaxation and self-improvement

Weight gain, lack of motivation and eating more convenience foods are just a few of the challenges women are grappling with that have been worsened by the pandemic, a new study has...

39 – that’s the age when most Brits start to seriously think about their health starting with poor diet

Brits don’t start to take their health seriously until they approach the age of 40, when they become more concerned about their diet and wellbeing, according to research. A study of 2,000 adults...