It’s a little known fact that caffeine can mimic many of the symptoms of stress and anxiety.
Over the years fats have had a bad press and we’ve been told that too much fat puts us at risk for heart disease and that a low fat diet is the best way to achieve health and lose weight.
Every January, the gyms are full and everyone has self-improvement on the mind.
There is such a difference between theory and practice, between knowledge and experience.
I was doing some Christmas shopping and came across a shelf full of mindfulness books on a range of topics from mindful cooking to mindful walking and mindful knitting!
I was spread too thin, forever doing two or three things at a time and honestly not doing any of them properly.
Well Being Course Practitioner Paul blogs about the benefits of Valleys Steps courses
Valleys Steps’ latest blog is by one of our trustees Sue Nam
Valleys Steps’ latest blog by Well Being Course Practitioner Bethan
A new contribution from one of our guest bloggers
Hi I’m Shelley, and I’m a Food-aholic!!
A Shameless Vanity Piece by Josh: A practitioner at Valleys Steps.
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