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How to listen to your body with Suzy Glaskie

3/6/2019
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When Suzy Glaskie of Peppermint Wellness first experienced warning signs from her body, she tried to ignore them. At the time, she was working in a hectic public relations role while raising two young children. At first she tried to keep on going as though everything was normal, but her mental and physical health began to deteriorate. She eventually realised that her body was telling her to change her life, so left her job and set out on a new career. In this episode, we talk about how to...

Duration:00:35:02

How to cope with stress with Dr Rangan Chatterjee

2/6/2019
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In the latest In Moment Magazine podcast, we talk to Dr Rangan Chatterjee about how to cope with stress and his new book, The Stress Solution. In his work as a doctor, stress is something that Dr Rangan Chatterjee is very used to seeing: "Stress affects about 80 per cent of what I see every day as a GP and that's a remarkable statistic. "Stress is a modern day epidemic, in fact the World Health organisation has described it as the health epidemic of the 21st century." Listen to the...

Duration:00:44:18

Join the self care revolution with Suzy Reading

12/26/2018
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Suzy realised the importance of self-care after a family member fell seriously ill while she was pregnant with her first child. She realised that the situation was out of her control and that she was suffering badly from stress and depression. She speaks frankly about her mental health struggles and how she managed to overcome them by bringing self-care exercises into her day. In this episode, we talk about how to be aware of your stress levels and moods – and Suzy shares advice for...

Duration:00:40:04

How to cope with Christmas loneliness with Jo Carnegie

12/20/2018
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If you're struggling with loneliness, Christmas can be a particularly difficult time. In this episode, Mindful Christmas editor Jo Carnegie shares some tips for coping with Christmas loneliness – and how to help others during the festive season. Mindful Christmas is available now in the UK, USA and Australia.

Duration:00:15:12

Why Christmas food puts you in a good mood with Charlotte Watts

12/19/2018
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At the darkest time of the year, a festive feast can really make you feel better. But why? We put our questions to Good Mood Food author Charlotte Watts in a special episode sponsored by Mindful Christmas Magazine. Mindful Christmas is available now in the UK, USA and Australia. Good Mood Food by Charlotte Watts and Natalie Savona is published by Nourish and goes on sale in the UK on 20 December (priced £10.99).

Duration:00:23:12

What to eat to improve your mood with Charlotte Watts

12/4/2018
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What you eat can have a real impact on your mood. In this episode, Charlotte Watts explains how you can change your diet to balance your emotions. Charlotte is a nutritional therapist and author of a new book, Good Mood Food. She gives us the lowdown on what to eat to help you cope with anxiety, stress and low moods – and how to get off the blood sugar rollercoaster. Good Mood Food by Charlotte Watts and Natalie Savona is published by Nourish Books, London, Paperback, £10.99. It goes on...

Duration:00:35:38

Why can't I sleep? Dr Nerina Ramlakhan shares her tips for beating insomnia

10/30/2018
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A restful night's sleep is so important for our wellbeing, but too many of us aren't getting the rest we so badly need and suffering from insomnia. In this episode, Dr Nerina Ramlakhan, author of The Little Book of Sleep, talks about the science of sleep and how you can improve your sleep quality. Music "Summer in my Heart" by Adam Drake and Tom Jenkins (Audionetwork).

Duration:00:42:12

Help me! My year of self-help with Marianne Power

10/12/2018
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Marianne Power decided that her life needed to change, so she set herself a radical, and surprising, challenge. We’ve all tried self-help books, but most of us tend to give up quite quickly. Journalist Marianne Power was just like that, so one hungover morning she decided that she needed to make a change. She was going to try to really live by the advice in self-help books – one book a month for a whole year – and write about her experiences. Her book, Help Me, has just been released in...

Duration:00:45:33

Julie Montagu on taking yoga beyond the mat

9/21/2018
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Yoga can benefit every aspect of your life – even beyond your practice. Yoga teacher Julie Montagu explains how fitting in a yoga session can make your happier and more productive in everyday life. Music "Summer in my Heart" by Adam Drake and Tom Jenkins (Audionetwork).

Duration:00:20:17

How to stop being a people pleaser with Natalie Lue

8/31/2018
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Do you find yourself going out of your way to help others all the time? You could be a people pleaser, according to our wellbeing columnist Natalie Lue. In this episode, we look at how to stop saying yes to every request and where our desire to please others comes from. Music "Summer in my Heart" by Adam Drake and Tom Jenkins (Audionetwork).

Duration:00:40:21

How to eat mindfully with Francine Russell

7/25/2018
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When we're rushing through our day, we're often unaware of what we're eating and view food as fuel. By slowing down and eating mindfully, we can gain a new appreciation of our meals and where the food comes from. In this episode, Francine Russell explains how we can eat more mindfully and reclaim our mealtimes. Music "Summer in my Heart" by Adam Drake and Tom Jenkins (Audionetwork).

Duration:00:26:06

Matt Haig on why modern life is making us stressed

6/29/2018
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We're very excited to be joined by author Matt Haig for the latest episode to chat about his new book! Notes on a Nervous Planet is the follow up to Matt's best-selling book Reasons to Stay Alive, which covered his experiences of anxiety and depression. One of his recent books, How to Stop Time, is set to be made into a movie starring Benedict Cumberbatch. In this episode, we talk to Matt about why modern life seems designed to stress us out and how we need to find ways to...

Duration:00:44:37

Discover your yoga confidence with Charlene Lim

6/6/2018
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Ever been to a yoga class and felt intimidated by other people there? Do you struggle to find your yoga confidence? In the latest episode of the In The Moment Magazine podcast, Sarah Orme and Katharine Bennett chat to Charlene Lim of Trika Yoga to learn how to find your yoga mojo and how to cope with the issue of competitiveness in yoga classes. Charlene Lim is a regular contributor to In The Moment Magazine and our go-to expert for all things yoga! You can follow Charlene on Instagram...

Duration:00:24:09

Music and mindfulness with Laura Wright

5/9/2018
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What do mindfulness and opera have in common? More than you might think! In the latest In The Moment podcast, we speak to the Queen's favourite opera singer Laura Wright to find out how she uses music to stay calm under pressure. Soprano Laura often performs at major sporting events including the Rugby World Cup and the Grand National, but she's also performed at the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations in 2016. During her career, she's had to learn to manage her stress and mindfulness has...

Duration:00:27:59

Lily Pebbles talks about the F word (friendship)

4/5/2018
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Blogger, Youtuber and author Lily Pebbles joins us on the latest In The Moment Magazine podcast to talk about the highs and lows of female friendship and her new book, The F Word. Lily was inspired to write the book because her female friendships have always been such an important part of her life. "It's a subject I've always felt passionate about," she says. "I kept a diary from the age of 10-16 and whenever I read it back it's so hilarious. I thought a book would be the perfect place to...

Duration:00:25:34

Find your inner sisu the Finnish way with Joanna Nylund

2/28/2018
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First there was hygge from Denmark, then came lagom from Sweden, but now the Finns are getting in on the act with their own wellbeing ethos – sisu. And they could be on to something, because Finland has just been named the happiest country in the world by the Happiness Research Institute. Joanna Nylund, author of Sisu: The Finnish Art of Courage, joined us as a guest on the latest In The Moment Magazine podcast to talk about her new book. You can read more about sisu in issue 10, which is on...

Duration:00:24:14

Giving up sugar with Hannah Bellis

1/30/2018
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When self-confessed sugar addict Hannah Bellis went to the doctor about her skin, she was surprised when she was advised to cut the sweet stuff out of her diet. But, as Hannah found, quitting sugar was easier said than done. Find out how she got on in the latest In The Moment podcast! If you'd like to give some sugar free recipes a go, we've got a couple of great ones on the blog which you can try: Sugar free peanut butter snack bars recipe: http://bit.ly/peanutsnackbars Sugar free cinnamon...

Duration:00:20:49

How to feed your brain with nutritionist Christine Bailey

12/24/2017
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Christine Bailey, author of The Brain Boost Diet Plan, talks to Sarah Orme and Kate Bennett about what to eat to keep your brain healthy. Most diets focus on your body, so we were excited to hear about a diet that's designed to supercharge your brain. In this podcast, we're talking about what to eat when you're feeling stressed and tired and which foods can help you to stay mentally sharp. Head over to www.calmmoment.com to try recipes from Christine's new book. Feta, olive and herb muffin...

Duration:00:39:59

Episode 3 – How to feed your brain with nutritionist Christine Bailey

12/24/2017
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Christine Bailey, author of The Brain Boost Diet Plan, talks to Sarah Orme and Kate Bennett about what to eat to keep your brain healthy. Most diets focus on your body, so we were excited to hear about a diet that's designed to supercharge your brain. In this podcast, we're talking about what to eat when you're feeling stressed and tired and which foods can help you to stay mentally sharp. Head over to www.calmmoment.com to try recipes from Christine's new book. Feta, olive and herb muffin...

Duration:00:39:59

Making a foraged Christmas feast with Rachel de Thample

12/14/2017
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In the second In The Moment Magazine podcast, we spoke to Rachel de Thample about how she gathered and grew the ingredients for a very unusual Christmas feast – and discovered a love of foraging in the process. Rachel says: "The idea came to me after I'd finished writing Less Meat More Veg. I think sometimes when you finish a project, you crave the intensity of something new." Rachel decided that she wanted to focus on making a meal and the Christmas dinner seemed the ideal choice: "It...

Duration:00:29:35