Written by Lucy Emslie, Account Manager at Grace Communications Lucy eating a taco the size of her head...because she wanted to! Everyday is ‘eat what you want’ day when you learn to trust your body, eschew diet culture and allow yourself to intuitively eat. For most of us ‘eat what you want’ day will be … Continue reading Intuitive Eating: Why you can always eat what you want.
Written by Gill Mitchell, Practice Nurse, Berkshire Source: Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust Ladies! This week is Cervical Screening Awareness week from 10th – 16th June. Did you know the U.K. uptake for cervical screening is at a low rate of around 75%.Around 220,000 ladies each year have abnormal smears.Abnormal smears do not mean cervical cancer. … Continue reading Don’t have any fear – book your smear!
Written by Gabriella Brown, Business Development and Senior Project Manager at Grace Communications Image source: Shutterstock Within a week-and-a half of discontinuing breastfeeding, red, dry patches appeared on my daughter’s arms and legs. I wasn’t sure what they were at first – they appeared overnight. A brief visit to our GP confirmed ‘eczema’ and we … Continue reading Emollient push-back: a “minor” ailment or a “major” problem?
Women seem to suffer in silence more than men as we are taught that period pains, childbirth, sore joints, bad backs are just part of being a woman. We notoriously work through the pain and just get on with it. But we are doing ourselves any good?
Written by Lucy Emslie, Account Manager at Grace Communications I have been a fan of Professor Green (Stephen Manderson) for a long time, attending most of his shows as a teenager and watching all his documentaries on television, so I jumped at the opportunity to hear him speak. Creative Director, Tracey Henry, and I went to … Continue reading Professor Green talks mental health in men
From the description below it all seems pretty straight forward, but in this topsy turvy world we find ourselves in, finding a place to shine is becoming more difficult than ever before.
So I asked the question, do you know the difference between a proposition and a positioning?