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    The small things that have big health benefits

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    The reason many of us fail in the campaign to become fit and healthy is because of the complete overhaul we try to force on our lifestyle but instead of completely changing your lifestyle, Vincenzo Ferrara looks at how a few small changes can help you smash your goal. There are many diets, fads and […]

    Do you need to spend more to keep healthy?

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    January is a time of detoxing and diets, trying to give up the junk food and eat healthy instead. However,  for most people, the only pounds they will lose will be in their wallets. ‘New Year, New Me’ right? It’s common for most people to start the New Year with a resolution or two – […]

    How to make event planning a breeze

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    Organising a function can be a time-consuming task, from selecting the venue and finding the right caterer, to handpicking the ultimate entertainment, it’s a busy time for an assistant. Nicky Brown, director of Arctic Fox Events, shares her top tips to ensure your event is a roaring success. It’s the start of the year and […]

    Struggling with dry January already? Here’s some tips to get your through

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    Mark Pinches, head of coaching at Westfield Health, reveals his alternative stress busters to help you get through January if you have decided to ditch the booze. A New Year marks the opportunity to set out a series of resolutions, whether that is quitting alcohol or aiming to shed a few pounds – we’re all […]

    Opinion: Why learning to say ‘no’ at work could improve your wellbeing

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    As an assistant it’s not always easy to say ‘no’, especially to your boss but for your wellbeing and sanity sometimes it’s important to avoid constantly saying ‘yes’. Dr Audrey Tang is a chartered psychologist and author, discusses why it’s important to remember to say no. View saying yes as filling a glass – there will come […]

    How to motivate yourself to get back to work in January

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    Going back to work in January is for most people, the least motivated you’ll feel all year, due to the early sunsets and dragging ourselves out of bed after enjoying a week of lie-ins. Vincenzo Ferrara shares some helpful hints below to give you the best advice that should help you feel more awake and motivated […]

    Opinion: 6 months on, how’s your GDPR journey so far?

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    As we start back at work, it’s time for many of us to get back into the right frame of mind to be motivated and work hard. However, with GDPR still hanging over many of our heads, that motivation might be lacking a little. Karen Holden, lawyer and founder of A City Law Firm, talks about […]

    Checking in: St Mawes

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    The Cornish countryside is the perfect setting to catch your breath and getaway from it all, but what can this stunning location offer the corporate world? PA Life visits the Cornwall-based St Mawes Hotel and its sister site Idle Rocks to find out. It’s amazing how somewhere that looks so picturesque and beautiful as Cornwall […]

    Focus point: Spa and country retreats (January 2019)

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    PA Life will be focussing on spa and country retreats throughout the month of January. Following a heavy few weeks of consuming turkey and buckets of Quality Street, the editorial desk at PA Life wanted to focus on spa and country retreats throughout January. We know January can be a month of depressing weather and […]

    Real-life Christmas party horror stories

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    Over the past few weeks, Vincenzo Ferrara has been busy curating the PA Life guide to the juiciest real-life Christmas party horror stories. Given the nature of our industry, we have vowed to keep all stories completely anonymous. We’ve both laughed and cried at some of the tales sent in. Read on for our favourite […]