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Is Arthritis An Old Person’s Disease?

Arthritis is one of the most predominant medical conditions worldwide. Most people think arthritis is an old person’s disease. Although arthritis is most common amongst people over 45, infants as young as 1 are being diagnosed with it too. Most

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Where I Came From

Growing up in Rhodesia in the 70s, I saw all around me the differences I wanted my future self to make. Lives & communities that I needed to impact. No – one who knew me when I was growing up believed

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Power Walking to Regain Vitality

One of the earliest challenges toddlers tackle is learning to walk. How do they do this? By mastering the art of ‘putting one foot in front of the other!’ So, you see from an incredibly young age, nature gives us

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Benefits of walking!

As you age, you lose muscle tone. One of the easiest ways to help you keep extra weight off and to stimulate an energetic youthful appearance is walking. Research shows walking can also keep your memory sharper as you age. While

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How To Set Smart Goals And Achieve Them

After years of punching the clock and running the rat race, you may be ready for significant changes in your life. Perhaps you are ready for a career change, or maybe you are entrepreneurial minded, so you’d like to start

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Living Your Intentions in Joy & Abundance

“You attract and manifest whatever corresponds to your inner state.” Eckhart Tolle There is no need to keep waiting to live the life of joy and abundance you deserve, you can start living this way right now. The key to

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Five Tips for Managing Stress

Winston Churchill said: “If you are going through hell, keep going!” Stress tends to creep up on us due to a perceived inability to manage the demands life throws at us. Sometimes it can be beneficial as it pushes us

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8 Powerful Ways to Overcome Self-Doubt

A lack of self-confidence is something that affects many of us, and it can have a serious impact on our happiness. Self-doubt can prevent us from living the life of our dreams. The ‘Imposter syndrome’ is the name given to

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The Different Perspectives on Joy

‘Joy’ is a sensation experienced by those who adopt a positive mindset and outlook on life. In this state our minds are at ease and we feel content with our own reality. Joyful people are courageous and feel inspired to

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Embrace Fear and Jump into Something New

Why is our first instinct almost always to resist change? Is it because of the perceived risks or fears associated with it? The contemplation of any life altering transition can be scary. But nothing is more satisfying than embracing our

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A Holistic Approach to Nourishment

What comes to mind when you think of nourishment? ‘Holistic’ nourishment addresses the psychological, emotional, physical and social areas of our lives. While all these aspects may be fed separately, they are all interlinked. For some people, the loss of

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How to Develop a Mindset for Success

The definition of ‘success’ is open to interpretation and means different things to different people. For some, success can be measured by financial wealth, professional achievements and educational accomplishments or releasing weight. Whatever the personal definition of success one has,

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4 Ways Mindfulness Boosts Happiness

“In today’s rush, we all think too much — seek too much — want too much — and forget about the joy of just being.” Eckhart Tolle The practice of Mindfulness dates back to the early teachings of the Buddha

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4 Ways of Manifesting Miracles

“See the things that you want as already yours. Know that they will come to you at need. Then let them come. Don’t fret and worry about them. Don’t think about your lack of them. Think of them as yours,

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I Am Still Here: Trials Turned into Transformation

We are delighted to announce the publication of I Am Still Here: Trials Turned into Transformation – a book relating the inspirational personal stories of 14 authors, including our very own Brendah Ndebele. As indicated by the title, each of the book’s contributors

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