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Life

This simple daily ritual can have a positive benefit your mental health

There's more science to it than you might think

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Megan Murray
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Life

7 easy ways to donate to charity in the run up to Christmas

From volunteering to donating to food banks, every little helps this December

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Susan Devaney
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Kindfulness

Katie Piper’s guide to journaling your way to confidence

Print this out and laminate it

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Sarah Biddlecombe
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Long Reads

What we can learn from Brazil’s unique approach to happiness

“Saudade makes you feel things more deeply... both the sadness and the joy”

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Helen Russell
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Megan Murray
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Everything Katie Piper wants you to know about practicing kindfulness

What happened when the author and presenter guest edited our website for the day

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“What I learned from taking a proper lunch break every day for a week”

Taking time away from your desk is a crucial part of self-care – but unlearning bad office habits can be harder than expected.

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Moya Crockett
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Thoughtful Christmas gift ideas for a friend with anxiety

Leave the chocolate selection box on the shelf.

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Megan Murray
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5 of the most incredible self-care podcasts for your commute

Because your commute doesn’t have to be stressful.

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Susan Devaney
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Matt Haig shares his tried-and-tested advice for boosting your mental wellbeing

“Your mental health is like a garden – you have to keep tending to it," advises Matt Haig

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Matt Haig
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This easy psychological technique could help you manage difficult emotions

What is the NAV technique, and how can it help us when we’re feeling emotionally challenged?

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Kayleigh Dray
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The books to reread when you’re feeling stressed, as chosen by the Stylist team

“I still pick up my battered copy whenever I need a moment of calm.”

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Moya Crockett
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Susan Devaney
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Exploring the emotional impact of the John Lewis Christmas advert for 2018

Sir Elton John is the star of the show.

Kindfulness

Katie Piper on the healing power of poetry and writing

“I refuse to believe there’s not a purpose to any struggle.”

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Stylist Team
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Kindfulness

What is acceptance meditation – and how could it help you sleep?

Dr Nerina Ramlakhan says doing this every night in bed could be the key to achieving a state of deep and healing sleep

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Kayleigh Dray
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‘The Most Gentle Revolution’ by Nikita Gill

Stylist is delighted to share a new poem about kindness from celebrated writer Nikita Gill

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Nikita Gill
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Kindfulness

Katie Piper’s 8-step guide to a kinder and more compassionate life

Katie Piper wants you to start doing these 8 little things whenever and wherever you can

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Katie Piper
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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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Katie Piper has a powerful message for online trolls and invisible bullies

“Imagine every single word that left your lips was published on the Daily Mail: would you feel ashamed?”

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Katie Piper
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Alice Purkiss
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“What happened when I took an NHS mindfulness course for my depression”

The NHS now prescribes mindfulness and meditation as a treatment for depression.

Kindfulness

15 books that taught us to have courage and be kind

“At times the world may seem an unfriendly and sinister place, but believe that there is much more good in it than bad”

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Kayleigh Dray
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