Four Crafty Ways to Celebrate Samhain This Year

In the Celtic calendar, Samhain is a season to acknowledge the spirit world and our loved ones and ancestors who have passed into the otherworld. Taking time to make crafts that honour our grief and losses, as well as honouring the fertile darkness within our…

How to Have a Happy Menopause All-Year-Round with Nutrition Tips from Jackie Lynch

By Jackie Lynch The media spotlight is very much on the menopause in October – not only is it Menopause Month, but World Menopause Day is on 18th October. But the menopause isn’t seasonal – if you’re one of the 13 million women currently going…

Books for World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day falls on the 10th October every year, with the overall objective of raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilising efforts in support of mental health.  This year has been difficult for many and if you’re dealing with ill…

Mental Health: How Can We Make a Difference? Take a moment to talk, listen and learn

By Karin Blak Credit: Time to Change 10th October 2020 is World Mental Health Day and this year more than any other, mental health tops the conversations we have and the situations we experience. Anxiety and depression are experienced by more people than ever before…

International Yoga Day 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our lives in a number of ways. However, the lockdown has also given us more time with our families, and more opportunities for spending time together. Why not reclaim your family time with yoga? The practice has innumerable benefits, such…

Father’s Day 2020: June 21st

Our roundup of the perfect Father's Day picks for 2020.


This Mental Health Awareness Week, the theme is kindness. We've collated some of our titles that help you practice kindness to yourself and to others around.