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When the indulgent time of year starts … don’t fight the lion…appease it.

by James Gorman, Health and Performance Consultant, Co-founder of BioMe The most fun and indulgent period of the year is fast approaching. It’s the time for relaxing, socialising, and celebrating. Irritatingly, it’s also the time of year responsible for much of our annual weight gain. Weight that becomes increasingly difficult to shift. Weight that accumulates. …

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Three ways to cultivate gratitude, kindness and empathy during the ‘mass-consumption’ season

by Hugo Shephard @ Role Models The lead up to Christmas was my favourite time of year when I was younger, but as I got older I found myself turning into Ebenezer Scrooge. Each year, I seemed to get more cynical about the excess that surrounded the holiday season. I would see all the packaging and glittery …

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Niix Tips on How to Survive & Prepare for the Silly Season

by Nicki Philips @ niix The holiday season is an extremely difficult time to stay focused on eating healthily, exercising regularly and improving wellness. There are delicious treats and sweets everywhere; the weather gets colder, making you want to cosy up on the sofa rather than go for a run; there’s lots of travel and eating out …

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5 clever ways to get kids excited about good food

by Dani Binnington @healthywholeme The autumn brings not only a change in temperature but a corresponding change to our routines. New school years, new clubs and getting used to the dreaded homework again. On top of that, many of us feel it’s a time to get back into a ‘healthier routine’ after the summer days of overindulging become a distant memory. It’s …

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Chiswick’s new kid on the block: Kïdo

by [email protected] Nadia from Scandi Mummy was recently invited to visit the newly refurbished “Kïdo“. Here’s what she and her four-year-old son thought of the visit and why she thinks it’s a great addition to the Chiswick community. CHOOSING A NURSERY: OUR VISIT TO KÏDO IN CHISWICK One of the biggest milestones in early childhood, not only for the …

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