Women's Fitness


Lockdown threw us many challenges, but it also forced us to slow down, examine the way we live our lives, and put greater importance on our health. So, as we begin to move forwards and establish a new normal, how can we avoid falling back into our regular hamster wheel lives, and cling on to the valuable lessons we have learned? ‘Human beings have an innate ability to adapt, so many of us developed positive new habits during lockdown’, says leading psychotherapist and founder of headucate.me, Mark Newey (

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