winter wellness

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  1. Battling SAD the Natural Way

    Battling SAD the Natural Way

    For many of us, winter brings more than snow. Between September and April, as many as one in three people in the UK could be affected by seasonal affective disorder (SAD). SAD strikes when the long…
  2. Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

    Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

    Picture this: it’s Christmas eve, and the whole family has gathered to watch It’s a Wonderful Life. You have heaps of soft blankets, steaming mugs of tea warming your hands and gently spiced…
  3. Five Teas to Tease Tickly Tonsils

    Five Teas to Tease Tickly Tonsils

    Five Teas to Tease Tickly Tonsils It’s big coat weather in Britain. Hats and scarves have been rooted out from the back of the wardrobe, gloves chosen, jumpers warmed on radiators. Socks and tights…
  4. Homemade Hygge

    Homemade Hygge

    Hygge (pronounced hue-gah) is the most comforting word we know. It’s the Danish art of cosy living, and as winter draws in, it seems like the perfect excuse to disappear under a massive blanket and…
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