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The difference between seasonal affective disorder and depression, explained

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Life

4 clear signs that you’re in a relationship with the wrong person

Have you got a nagging feeling in the pit of your stomach?

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Life

5 ways we can all be more inclusive, according to an expert

Positive change means being proactive

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5 ways your clothes can help you feel good this winter

We've got your winter style locked-down.

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Mental Health

How to look after your mental health while you’re waiting for NHS support

Found yourself at the end of a waiting list? Read this.

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Lauren Geall
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How to keep your plants alive (and thriving) this winter

Leafy friends looking a little droopy? Read this.

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Mental Health

How to take care of your mental health as we enter a second lockdown

A psychotherapist shares her top tips.

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Lauren Geall
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Books

Joan and Jericha, aka your favourite filthy agony aunts, share their (awful) dating advice

Here's an extract from their "unputdownable sex and relationship bible".

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Life

How “habit stacking” could make you more productive

Try this technique if you want to swap out the bad habits for good ones.

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Aiden Wynn
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Podcasts

Dear Joan and Jericha: Stylist meets the world's rudest agony aunts

The stars of the satirical podcast on feminism, online dating and coronavirus

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Helen Bownass
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Life

Freelance journalists: how to pitch an article to stylist.co.uk

Here's everything you need to know

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Stylist Team
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Life

How to deal with that friend who brings their partner to everything

Without hurting anyone’s feelings.

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Kayleigh Dray
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Lauren Geall
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Communication issues left you frustrated with colleagues while WFH? Here’s how to cope

Because no one likes conflict.

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Books

17 books to read if you’re feeling lost right now

From Glennon Doyle’s Untamed to Elizabeth Jane Howard’s Slipstream.

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Kayleigh Dray
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Plants

How (and when) to repot a houseplant, in 6 easy steps

Give your plants a new lease of life with this straightforward guide.

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Lauren Geall
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Sleep

This drink could be the key to sleeping in hot weather

Too hot to sleep? Try this.

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Kayleigh Dray
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Beauty

The most in-depth guide to achieving your best hair ever

Practical steps to get happy, healthy hair according to the experts.

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Stylist Beauty Team
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How to get comfortable with the ‘awkward silence’
Life

How to get comfortable with the ‘awkward silence’

Lockdown’s Zoom chats and Skype calls have changed the way we talk to one another, and not necessarily in a good way.

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Kayleigh Dray
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Long Reads

“I stood up to my office bullies and it changed my life for the better”

15% of employees have been on the receiving end of bullying and harassment in the last three years.

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Emmie Harrison-West
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How to recognise (and deal with) a competitive friendship

Trapped in an unspoken competition with your friends? Read this...

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“A letter to myself on the day I was made redundant”

“Wipe the tears away, rip up the travel card and be confident that all the best is yet to come. ”

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Kayleigh Dray
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