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Mindful wellness

When it comes to wellness, there is no one-size-fits-all. Which practices will you consciously choose to embrace, and which no longer benefit you? Read on to begin developing your unique pl

EACH TO THEIR OWN

This month, my book, ‘The Wellfulness Project: A Manual For Mindful Living’ (Octopus, £16.99), is published. My hope in writing it is to provide a tool to help you know yourself better, to figure out which health practices serve you and which don’t; to know which to keep and which to let go of, in order to create a wellness plan for your individual needs - in body, mind and heart. We are all different and there is no blanket approach to wellness. I compile these pages in the same way. Take what works, leave what doesn’t, and share what inspires you…

Psychologies Wellness Director, mindfulness expert and yoga teacher

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Well, well, well, less is more

What’s on your wellness to-do list? Do you have a checklist as long as your arm, which inevitably never nears completion, and has possibly turned self-care into a chore, or worse, fertile ground for guilt? If this is you, write your list down as you would your work tasks, and take notice: is there simply too much on it, too often? Where can you simplify, streamline or pare back so you do less, but get more out of it? @aliroff

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