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Life

20 signs that your sister is your best friend

Because sisters are literally the best, you guys…

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The best health and wellbeing subscription boxes for self-care

Treat yourself to a little monthly day-brightener

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Life

A psychologist explains how to stop procrastinating, once and for all

You’re not doomed to Sunday night panic, no matter how inevitable it may feel.

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10 things I want you to know about heartbreak

Author Poorna Bell on the effects of loss

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The beautiful lesson we can learn from Dove Cameron’s most recent Twitter exchange with fans

"Here is some advice from someone I know, I hope it helps"

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Sarah Shaffi
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Life

These 5 songs are scientifically proven to boost your mood

Research has shown that music – and these five songs in particular – can have an enormously positive effect on our emotional state.

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People

Newly single in 2019? Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness has some advice for you

"Let me tell you something I’ve learned the hard way time and time again..."

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Emily Reynolds
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Life

Why you should think twice about taking your Christmas lights down

The psychological benefits genuinely outweigh the risk of bad luck…

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Kayleigh Dray
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Kindfulness

These 30 little everyday things are guaranteed to lift your spirits

From eating an entire bar of chocolate, to snuggling down in freshly-laundered sheets

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Kayleigh Dray
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Stylist Live 2018: the wellness workshops you can’t afford to miss

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Life

Why every woman should take up a team sport this autumn

Shake off bad memories of chilly changing rooms and cruel PE teachers: team sports are good for your body and soul.

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Moya Crockett
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Opinion

“Why it’s not up to women to help men find their calling in life”

A female entrepreneur says “a big part of being a woman is to help men manifest their calling in life”. Here’s why we should resist that narrative

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Moya Crockett
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Life

This uplifting new research proves that thank you notes really are important

Plus, 5 beautiful cards to upgrade your letters of gratitude.

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Moya Crockett
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Careers

The unexpected psychological impact of a three-day weekend

Print this, laminate it and show it to your boss

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Kayleigh Dray
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People

Serena Williams just dismantled the myth of the modern superwoman

The tennis ace has admitted she can't do it all – and that's OK

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Moya Crockett
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People

Zendaya just made an important point about the problem with perfectionism

Perfectionism is on the rise, and can particularly affect women. It’s time we resisted the pressure to be all things to all people.

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Moya Crockett
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Getting a mental health diagnosis isn’t always easy. Just ask Sheridan Smith

Sheridan Smith’s struggle to get a diagnosis highlights the complexities of seeking help

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Why Fearne Cotton is taking over the Stylist website for one whole day

The Happy Place star will be transforming Stylist.co.uk into a digital sanctuary on Tuesday 27 March

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Susan Devaney
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