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Olivia Hutchinson

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Tips To Beat The January Blues

It’s the first month of the year, January, which may be making you feel blue for many reasons. No matter who you are it can affect people in different ways, for reasons such as the weather, new year phobia, the anti-climax of Christmas, money issues, the list goes on! However, this year has begun with even more reasons as to why you might be feeling down such as the lockdown and not being able to see friends and family that…

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Best Apps And Podcasts For Improving Mental Health

Now more than ever, is an important time to look after your well being and mental health. We’ve complied a list of some of the best podcasts and apps for improving your mental health to help you relax and unwind. If you’re feeling tired, stressed or all of the above, listening to a podcast during a brisk 10-minute walk, or relaxing at the end of the evening with a meditation app could help you develop your own self-care techniques to…

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Staying Active During Winter Lockdown

It’s a new year and we are all back in lockdown, just as we said we would join the gym and start being healthier. Unfortunately, unlike the summer lockdown where we all got to sit out in the sun and do garden workouts. We are now facing cold, wet and gloomy days. These Winter days may make you want to sit in bed all day, binge-watching Netflix with comfort food. However, it is so important that you find at least…

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Top 15 Toys For Christmas 2020

This year has been different and uncertain for everyone, so make Christmas even more special this year. With the hottest toys from the biggest brands make your little one’s dreams come true. There are so many new toys being released at this time of year. That is why we’ve put together a list of the top 15 toys available this Christmas, to make your life that little bit easier. Lego Super Mario Adventures Starter Course Toy Game £50 Mix LEGO…

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Career

Well-being: How To Avoid Teacher Burnout

It’s no secret that a career in teaching is as tough as it is rewarding. From heavy workloads to Ofsted inspections. There is always a new challenge on the academic horizon and even more so this year. When teachers get burnt out, everyone loses. The teacher, administrators, students, and even colleagues all feel the effects of one teacher losing their passion. How do you prevent Teacher burnout? Exercise Staying healthy is the single most important way to keep yourself happy…

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Key Benefits Of Online Shopping

In these extraordinary times that we have all had to come to terms with, we all want to feel as safe as we can. When it comes to shopping, there’s a lot of things that are out of our hands to help keep us safe. We can’t control everything people may have touched or how close people stand next to us. The times of shopping at your own leisure are long gone from queuing to get into shops to wearing…

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Teacher Money, Stress and Where to Find Help

You’re the person a whole class of students turn to for support and guidance. Where do leaders of pastoral support turn if they need guidance? We’ve looked into the current issues for teacher money, stress and where to find help. Pressure on teachers When you’re in a position of leadership it can feel difficult and embarrassing to speak up. It’s important to let that go in order to move forward. The BBC recently reported that there has been an increase…

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