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12 genuinely useful pieces of advice that might just change your life

Wise words to inspire you to move on to bigger and better things.

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Why you should ask your friends if they’re really OK this week

78% of people will say they’re fine, even if they’re not.

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Careers advice from women who are absolutely smashing it right now

AOC, Oprah Winfrey and Michelle Obama.

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Why are women diagnosed years later than men for the same diseases?

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Davina McCall just got real about sexist ageism in 2020

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A doctor’s advice on how to manage workplace stress and avoid job-related burnout

An expert lays down the law when it comes to dealing with workplace stress.

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The messages we send ourselves are more important than we think.

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People are sharing the best mental health advice they’ve received, and it’s seriously powerful

“Thoughts are not facts.”

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Learning this skill could dramatically improve our romantic relationships

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Listen to the exclusive playlist right here.

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Meet the millennial women dusting down the antiques profession

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