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Ever thought about planning your own funeral? Suzanne Bearne – who has arranged hers – asks: are we beginning to engage more openly and honestly with death?

Embroidery artist Lou Gardiner has created a unique, wearable piece of art to transform every woman who puts it on into a ‘Wonder Woman’. A cape with an ornate design inspired by herbs that have traditionally been used to support female health, it celebrates the power and beauty of women

From comedy for elderly people to a reading group to help combat social isolation, our pick of five projects that use the arts to improve mental health

Ever thought about planning your own funeral? Suzanne Bearne – who has arranged hers – asks: are we beginning to engage more openly and honestly with death?

Embroidery artist Lou Gardiner has created a unique, wearable piece of art to transform every woman who puts it on into a ‘Wonder Woman’. A cape with an ornate design inspired by herbs that have traditionally been used to support female health, it celebrates the power and beauty of women

From comedy for elderly people to a reading group to help combat social isolation, our pick of five projects that use the arts to improve mental health

Have you ever felt trapped in a negative, toxic environment? Did you feel overwhelmed by the negativity , and were you unable to shield yourself from it?

Some time ago, I was in an environment that was so toxic that I almost quit my job. I was trapped among endless gossip , mean-spiritedness and backstabbing. I worked every day feeling like I was in self-preservation mode.

My character is strong, resilient and caring, but my work environment made me question that. I thought my positivity would spread to others and be enough to at least slightly improve their outlook — right?

I've always been on the "riots, not diets" train and the head cheerleader for body positivity. And then I decided I wanted to do the very thing I railed against for years. So I get it. But achieving balance between self-confidence, body positivity and weight loss is totally possible as long as you keep a few things in mind. Most importantly, the changes you make inside will be more dramatic than those outside because weight loss needs to be something you do for you, for the right reasons. These other tips have come in handy for me.

You can find negativity in literally ever single corner of the world, so there's no sense in harboring it within yourself. Do whatever it takes to get you in that confident space and stay there. Affirmations, body positive blogs , therapy — whatever you need. Get in a good space where you love yourself and make that space your top priority. Always remember that you're not losing weight because there's something wrong with you (trust me, there's nothing wrong with you!).

There's a magical hungry bear in our brains that kicks into overdrive when even the idea of a diet enters our heads. The bear seems nice at first, even like it's going to be our new best friend, but it ultimately always wins. Don't complicate your life by adding even more rules about what and when you can eat. Make a few small, healthy changes and when you have those down, make a few more. Diets are a Band-Aid; Lifestyle changes are real medicine. You can lose weight without supporting the often oppressive diet industry.

People often say I’m very positive in my blogs. I try very hard to practice the same in my daily life, though it isn’t always easy, and the mask sometimes slips. That’s life. We deal with whatever is thrown at us and get on with our lives as best we can. Some days we react better than others. Other days we feel miserable and struggle to cope.

I spotted a friend of mine on Facebook early this morning just as I was thinking about going to bed, so I said hello. We spoke for around 40 minutes because her Christmas plans had just been thrown out of kilter. Her daughter needs corrective surgery, which means the whole family has to move country – yes, you read that right – for Christmas. My friend has been going through hell for years, and I’m sure she goes through contradictory emotions as she tries to lead a life that is one of constant disruption while she worries about her teenage daughter whose life has been one of endless operations, pain, discomfort and dealing with facial disfigurement.

I can’t help my friend in any practical way, other than being a listening board while she talks. But I know it helps her a little. Here’s the strange thing. I met her just once in London, but we connected, and often have long chats on Facebook. She’s a fantastic woman and mother. If you think I’m special then this woman is extraordinary in how she keeps going, trying to be resilient, coping as best she can, dealing with the unexpected as if it’s a normal part of her life.

Ever thought about planning your own funeral? Suzanne Bearne – who has arranged hers – asks: are we beginning to engage more openly and honestly with death?

Embroidery artist Lou Gardiner has created a unique, wearable piece of art to transform every woman who puts it on into a ‘Wonder Woman’. A cape with an ornate design inspired by herbs that have traditionally been used to support female health, it celebrates the power and beauty of women

From comedy for elderly people to a reading group to help combat social isolation, our pick of five projects that use the arts to improve mental health

Have you ever felt trapped in a negative, toxic environment? Did you feel overwhelmed by the negativity , and were you unable to shield yourself from it?

Some time ago, I was in an environment that was so toxic that I almost quit my job. I was trapped among endless gossip , mean-spiritedness and backstabbing. I worked every day feeling like I was in self-preservation mode.

My character is strong, resilient and caring, but my work environment made me question that. I thought my positivity would spread to others and be enough to at least slightly improve their outlook — right?

Ever thought about planning your own funeral? Suzanne Bearne – who has arranged hers – asks: are we beginning to engage more openly and honestly with death?

Embroidery artist Lou Gardiner has created a unique, wearable piece of art to transform every woman who puts it on into a ‘Wonder Woman’. A cape with an ornate design inspired by herbs that have traditionally been used to support female health, it celebrates the power and beauty of women

From comedy for elderly people to a reading group to help combat social isolation, our pick of five projects that use the arts to improve mental health

Have you ever felt trapped in a negative, toxic environment? Did you feel overwhelmed by the negativity , and were you unable to shield yourself from it?

Some time ago, I was in an environment that was so toxic that I almost quit my job. I was trapped among endless gossip , mean-spiritedness and backstabbing. I worked every day feeling like I was in self-preservation mode.

My character is strong, resilient and caring, but my work environment made me question that. I thought my positivity would spread to others and be enough to at least slightly improve their outlook — right?

I've always been on the "riots, not diets" train and the head cheerleader for body positivity. And then I decided I wanted to do the very thing I railed against for years. So I get it. But achieving balance between self-confidence, body positivity and weight loss is totally possible as long as you keep a few things in mind. Most importantly, the changes you make inside will be more dramatic than those outside because weight loss needs to be something you do for you, for the right reasons. These other tips have come in handy for me.

You can find negativity in literally ever single corner of the world, so there's no sense in harboring it within yourself. Do whatever it takes to get you in that confident space and stay there. Affirmations, body positive blogs , therapy — whatever you need. Get in a good space where you love yourself and make that space your top priority. Always remember that you're not losing weight because there's something wrong with you (trust me, there's nothing wrong with you!).

There's a magical hungry bear in our brains that kicks into overdrive when even the idea of a diet enters our heads. The bear seems nice at first, even like it's going to be our new best friend, but it ultimately always wins. Don't complicate your life by adding even more rules about what and when you can eat. Make a few small, healthy changes and when you have those down, make a few more. Diets are a Band-Aid; Lifestyle changes are real medicine. You can lose weight without supporting the often oppressive diet industry.

People often say I’m very positive in my blogs. I try very hard to practice the same in my daily life, though it isn’t always easy, and the mask sometimes slips. That’s life. We deal with whatever is thrown at us and get on with our lives as best we can. Some days we react better than others. Other days we feel miserable and struggle to cope.

I spotted a friend of mine on Facebook early this morning just as I was thinking about going to bed, so I said hello. We spoke for around 40 minutes because her Christmas plans had just been thrown out of kilter. Her daughter needs corrective surgery, which means the whole family has to move country – yes, you read that right – for Christmas. My friend has been going through hell for years, and I’m sure she goes through contradictory emotions as she tries to lead a life that is one of constant disruption while she worries about her teenage daughter whose life has been one of endless operations, pain, discomfort and dealing with facial disfigurement.

I can’t help my friend in any practical way, other than being a listening board while she talks. But I know it helps her a little. Here’s the strange thing. I met her just once in London, but we connected, and often have long chats on Facebook. She’s a fantastic woman and mother. If you think I’m special then this woman is extraordinary in how she keeps going, trying to be resilient, coping as best she can, dealing with the unexpected as if it’s a normal part of her life.

It's easy to be positive in a positive environment. It's when things are emotionally draining and negative that you're challenged to behave differently. But you have the opportunity to be the beacon of light for others around you. By your actions and responses, you can demonstrate and teach others how to behave in an appropriate, positive and professional manner.

Positive energy catches on just as quickly as negative energy. Sometimes people are simply stuck in a habit or pattern of behavior and are accustomed to acting a certain way. If the environment is really caustic, then it's what people are used to and may be all they know.

It takes some time and effort as well as a commitment to do something differently to create sustainable change. You must be willing to identify and stop tolerating what's not working, do the right thing even if it's initially unpopular and then teach others to do the same.

Ever thought about planning your own funeral? Suzanne Bearne – who has arranged hers – asks: are we beginning to engage more openly and honestly with death?

Embroidery artist Lou Gardiner has created a unique, wearable piece of art to transform every woman who puts it on into a ‘Wonder Woman’. A cape with an ornate design inspired by herbs that have traditionally been used to support female health, it celebrates the power and beauty of women

From comedy for elderly people to a reading group to help combat social isolation, our pick of five projects that use the arts to improve mental health

Have you ever felt trapped in a negative, toxic environment? Did you feel overwhelmed by the negativity , and were you unable to shield yourself from it?

Some time ago, I was in an environment that was so toxic that I almost quit my job. I was trapped among endless gossip , mean-spiritedness and backstabbing. I worked every day feeling like I was in self-preservation mode.

My character is strong, resilient and caring, but my work environment made me question that. I thought my positivity would spread to others and be enough to at least slightly improve their outlook — right?

I've always been on the "riots, not diets" train and the head cheerleader for body positivity. And then I decided I wanted to do the very thing I railed against for years. So I get it. But achieving balance between self-confidence, body positivity and weight loss is totally possible as long as you keep a few things in mind. Most importantly, the changes you make inside will be more dramatic than those outside because weight loss needs to be something you do for you, for the right reasons. These other tips have come in handy for me.

You can find negativity in literally ever single corner of the world, so there's no sense in harboring it within yourself. Do whatever it takes to get you in that confident space and stay there. Affirmations, body positive blogs , therapy — whatever you need. Get in a good space where you love yourself and make that space your top priority. Always remember that you're not losing weight because there's something wrong with you (trust me, there's nothing wrong with you!).

There's a magical hungry bear in our brains that kicks into overdrive when even the idea of a diet enters our heads. The bear seems nice at first, even like it's going to be our new best friend, but it ultimately always wins. Don't complicate your life by adding even more rules about what and when you can eat. Make a few small, healthy changes and when you have those down, make a few more. Diets are a Band-Aid; Lifestyle changes are real medicine. You can lose weight without supporting the often oppressive diet industry.


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