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Woman & Home Feel Good YouWoman & Home Feel Good You

Woman & Home Feel Good You March 2019

woman&home Feel Good You is the only wellbeing and fitness title on the market that offers women of any age, any shape, any fitness level, particularly women over 40, the inspiration to feel fabulous every day. Simple changes that fit real life are the prescription to make the most of their looks, feel younger, fitter, slimmer, reduce stress, increase vitality and live a healthier life. The magazine is divided into sections focusing on wellbeing, beauty, diet, fitness, health and ‘inner you’ and is packed with tips, expert advice and best buys.

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welcome to feel good you!

I’m thankful for a lot of things, but oh my am I happy that the cold, dark days are behind us. Yes, spring has sprung, popping its eagerly anticipated, beautiful little daffodil-shaped head out from the grey abyss of winter. Hallelujah. This spring, for me, is all about having a good clear-out. Having recently moved house, I’m keen to make sure that I don’t start to hoard. Instead, my focus is to get rid of anything that hasn’t been worn/used/looked-at/read in the past two years. I’m also going to do the same with my make-up bag; bin the old and welcome the new – page 60 is full of products to revamp and revive your look. I’m a big fan of the bright lips. I’m also excited to reignite my love for…

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feel good fast

Great for travelling too! At 18cm wide x 13cm high, this cute micro satchel takes the classic styling and makes it handbag size A blissful cup of chamomile flower, oat flowering tops, fennel seed and marshmallow root One side is an alarm clock and the other is an ambient light – just flip between the two! For every bar sold, a tree is planted…

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what’s healthy right now?

Book today, change tomorrow 1 FIND INSPIRATION For the latest wellness trends, visit Balance Festival, London, 10-12 May, tickets from £22.50pp, balance-festival.com 2 BE MOTIVATED Sign up to CRUK’s Race for Life – 5k and 10k events throughout the country. Run or walk alone or as part of a group, raceforlife.cancerresearchuk.org 3 PUSH YOURSELF FURTHER Raise money for mental health charity Mind by climbing to the highest spots in England, Scotland and Wales over three days in June, Three Peaks, mind.org.uk Cook clean Worried about toxic fumes from your cookware? The Original Green Pan range is made with natural materials (such as a sand coating), so it won’t release toxic fumes if you overheat your pan. From £9.99, Lakeland ARE YOUR LACES LETTING YOU DOWN? Painful feet mean you’re not getting your 10,000 steps a day? It…

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and breathe…

We do it 20,000 times a day, but apparently we still don’t get it right. “If you observe a baby breathing, they breathe fully and completely into their chest and belly. As we get older, our breathing patterns change in response to life experience, suppressed emotions, habits and life experiences,” says yoga and breathing expert Kirsty Gallagher, who is working with Fitbit. When we’re stressed or upset, we hold our breath and our inhalations can become shallower. And this type of breathing can become the norm. “This triggers the fight or flight stress response,” says Kirsty, which can also lead to unhealthy food cravings. So how do we break this cycle? Breathing for… stress relief When we’re stressed, our breathing quickens. The fast intake of air leads to a build-up of oxygen…

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benefits of breathing better

✢ IT RELEASES TOXINS Deep breathing massages your body’s lymphatic system, which helps to eliminate waste and toxins from the body. ✢ IT MANAGES EMOTIONS “Proper breathing can help us to tap into, control and release our emotions,” explains Kirsty. When we stifle an emotion, we subconsciously hold our breath, which can make us feel even worse. “Tuning into your breath and learning how to breathe fully and completely is a great self-healing tool,” she says. ✢ IT CURBS STRESS Breathing slowly and deeply can help keep your mind calm and alleviate symptoms of stress and anxiety. The beauty of breath work means it can be performed anywhere and any time a stressful situation arises. ✢ IT HELPS YOU TO LIVE IN THE MOMENT A busy and hectic schedule means it can be hard to find some…

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win! a fitbit alta

This slim, tap-display fitness wristband tracks all-day activity, exercise and sleep. Plus, it links up with your phone to offer call, text and calendar alerts. We have five to give away. For your chance to win, answer this question: Q: What is Mo Farah best known for? A: Football B: Rugby C: Running Enter at competitions.womanandhome.com. Competition closes 3 April 2019 at 11.59pm. Entrants must be over 18 and UK residents only. Ts&Cs apply – find full terms & conditions at competitions.womanandhome.com WORDS ELEANOR VOUSDEN AND LUCY GORNALL PHOTOGRAPHS GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO, GETTY IMAGES/JOHNER…

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