Category Archives: Press

My and others’ tips to curb worry in Tesco magazine (published June 2017)

In the 13 years since I first set up as a coach, complementary therapist and freelance journalist, my work has been featured in a wide range of titles national and international.

But I’ve never had so many people sound genuinely impressed as this month,  when my book got a little mention (along with a couple of my tips) in Tesco magazine.

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After a few people had commented (this has very rarely happened to me), I picked up my copy today and here it is, in case you’d like to read it.

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Thanks again, Helen Foster, for including me in it.

What helps YOU reduce worry?

Feel free to comment below.

love,

Eve

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My and others’ tips for flourishing in Top Sante (April 2017)

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Thanks Patricia Carswell for including  some of my tips for staying motivated and on track as you make progress towards your goals. You can read the full piece here: TopSanteApril2017flourish

What helps you stay on track?

What’s your favourite example (so far) of flourishing in your own life?

Feel free to share below.

love,

Eve

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My 5pp healthy heart feature for My Weekly’s Special (published 23/2/17)

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Thanks again to Drs Toni Hazell and Sanjay Gupta and Kathie Bishop, David Stead and Julia Buckley for their advice.

You can click here to read it – MWspecialCirculatorySystem23217

How do you feel about your circulatory system?

How might you take extra good care of it?

What helps you feel like it’s in good shape?

Feel free to share below.

love,

Eve

 

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My piece on gum health and heart disease in My Weekly (published 11/2/17)

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Brushing your teeth at least twice a day. Flossing. Using those little interdental brushes I’ve imagined as mini toilet brushes ever since a friend said, ‘The ones that look like mini toilet brushes?’… it’s not hard.

And yet… How often does this basic self-care practice get missed?

In case it ever falls off your daily routine, I hope this feature, talking about some of the heart health benefits, will encourage you to take that 4 minutes a day to take better care of your teeth, gums and heart.

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Which basic self-care routines slip off your radar when you’re super stressed?

What helps you get back on top of things?

Feel free to share below.

love,

Eve

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Wishing you had more patience? Some of my tips in Standard Issue (7/2/17)

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Thanks for including me in this piece on being more patient, Natalie Trice. I am endlessly working on building my own patience muscles.

What do we want? Patience! When do we want it? NOW!

You can click here to read it.

When do you notice yourself feeling most rushed?

What helps you relax a little more and allow more time for yourself and whatever you are doing?

Feel free to share below.

love,

Eve

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You can read my Psychologies feature, ‘A year of self-care’ here (February 2017)

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I loved writing this piece to tie in with my book (out in May) and hope you’ll find it helpful:

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What helps you when you need to boost your own self-care?

Feel free to comment below.

love,

Eve

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