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How to start a conversation about men’s mental health

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For men, speaking openly about mental health can be challenging due to stigma and the pressure to be “traditionally masculine”. Discussing emotions doesn’t always come naturally. With that in mind,…

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Tips for Managing Finances

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Plan your spend and budget – it might sound patronising but reviewing what’s coming into the household (earnings) and what’s going out (expenditure) can help identify potential savings.   Check…

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Top tips for managing stress and burnout

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Maintain balance between your work and home lives.   Take your annual leave – it’s important to give yourself time to recuperate and rest, space out your annual leave rather…

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Top tips for managing anxiety

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Keep your mind focused on the present moment, and what you can currently control.   Distract yourself from worries by doing something else. Absorb yourself in a hobby, get some…

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Tips for eating well on the job

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Be prepared and plan ahead. Bulk cooking meals for the week ahead and stocking up on healthy snacks help save you some cash and ensure you’ve got the right food…

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5 tips for living with Seasonal Affective Disorder

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Keep a diary Noting how you feel at different times (for instance, in response to the weather or your schedule that day) can help you better understand what impacts your…

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6 Tips for Better Sleep

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Poor sleep is a common problem: about 40% of us are sleep deprived, and 1 in 5 of us can’t get to sleep even when we try. Poor sleep can…

Top tips for managing working parenthood

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Daisy Dowling’s (Founder and CEO of WorkParent)top tips for managing working parenthood.

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Tips for Managing Long Covid

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Rest: Your body needs rest as it continues to recover. Take short rests throughout the day; stop regularly to do nothing.   Pace yourself: When you feel less fatigued, try…

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