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How Cleaning and Organising Can Improve Physical & Mental Health

Bringing news to Connect The environment around us can have a real impact on our physical and mental health, for example, when the space around us is disorganised and messy, it can make us feel the same way inside. This means that when we clear our clutter and organise the space around us, this can

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5 Tips to Achieving a Healthy Work-Life Balance

Now-a-days, achieving and maintaining a healthy work-life balance is one of the hardest things to do, regardless of how important it is for our well-being. If you’re unsure what a work-life balance is, it’s basically the act of juggling your professional work-life, with anything in your life outside of work which can include hobbies, family,

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How Classrooms Can Affect Learning & Engagement

It’s amazing how much the environment surrounding you can affect how your mind works. In a previous blog post, ‘5 Factors in Your Office That Could Be Affecting Productivity’, we looked at how furniture, lighting, temperature, etc., can have an impact on how you work and how you feel throughout the day, and there were some

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Posture Problems Linked to Mobile Phones?

Have you ever heard of ‘text neck’? This is basically what you can end up with from tilting your head forward and down in order to look at your mobile phone. Many people have no idea how detrimental this can be to the back, but it can actually double or even triple the weight of

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Working in Office vs Working from Home

Working from home is seen by a lot of people as the goal. It cuts out having to face the morning commute, allows you to stay in your pyjamas all day, and can feel like a much more relaxed environment, which can in turn, encourage productivity. However, there are many disadvantages of working from home,

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How to Turn Stress into Productivity

Everyone is different, so stress affects us in different ways and at different times. When we’re stressed it can seem that we lose all focus and our brains turn to mush, but research has now shown that it doesn’t have to be that way, and that we can actually train our brains to handle stress

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