Social media is a twenty first century revolutionary digital phenomenon which has essentially altered for eternity how we live, think and connect daily amongst human beings in a rapidly growing digital world. Social media’s juggernaut impact on society at large has directly forged lifelong friendships, business associations, personal relationships, career opportunities and positive change via social campaigns and charitable fundraising activities.
Spring is well and truly here and the weather will undoubtedly begin to change. So whether you’re gearing up for the world cycle championship, London Marathon or your next gym session, here are some great fitness items to use at home, your garden, the gym or at the park!
The reception area of the Victoria & Albert Museum was a spectacular venue for the packed iamYiam launch. A wellbeing site which uses bio technology and genetics to formulate your own unique natural health plan.
iamYiam.com aims to revolutionise the lucrative wellness industry and become the world’s foremost natural and wellbeing hub by organising and simplifying access to the wellness market. They claim to combine ancient wisdom and modern health practices to formulate personalised and actionable natural health plans for everyone eventually, but starting with busy overlooked Londoners.
Award-winning British Organic spa and beauty brand, ila, are delighted to announce their partnership with luxury hotel, Rudding Park, with the introduction of ila products and treatments to the venue’s Harrogate Spa. Set amongst the beautiful landscape gardens and woodland, Rudding Park Harrogate Spa is the perfect place to enjoy ila’s signature treatments using artisan spa products, handmade in peace and purity in the heart of the English countryside. Guests can now enjoy ila’s bespoke organic treatments at this award winning spa, which boasts four private treatment rooms, a hammam, steam room, experience shower and two quiet relaxation areas.
I want to firstly start by wishing you all a Happy and Healthy New Year. Undertaking the Go Detox Juice cleanse towards the end of last year helped me to re-address my relationship with food and helped me to get rid of my sweet craving. Yes, I do have an odd sweet here and there; particularly during my menstrual cycle. However, I would go as far as describing myself as a sweet addict. I would consume up to two packs of sweets a day, more often these would be the ones covered in sugar. I turned to sweets because I struggled with the continuous bitter mouth that I had to endure each day. However, as I began to develop my understanding of sugary food and drinks; it became apparent to me that it was these such things that were attributing to the bitter taste I was struggling to shake.
With New Years comes with it New Years resolutions. The majority of us who do make some, often break them; days into the year, and just like that; we feel like a failure. We promise ourselves that we won’t set ourselves to be let down again and make the commitment to ourselves to not set any the following year. Yet, I can say that last year, I was one of those individuals who made the decision to embark on a diet. Yet, then by going on a diet, I didn’t see the desired results I had hoped for and instead fell right down that slippery slope; falling back into bad habits. The issue is, I never really thought much about what I was consuming. Yes, my inner voice would recognise that I was eating yet it had got to the point that I only ate what I wanted to eat and what ‘I believed’ would quench my intense hunger. Yet, I was never truly fulfilled.
I bet you thought only water could boost your skin and your brain function. Well apparently you may be wrong as drinks brand IdrinQ is creating a new category beverage for the drinks market which is said to be the world’s first brain boosting drink. IdrinQ is made up of the unique combination of L-Argine, R(+)-Alpha-Lipoic acid and B vitamins has been scientifically proven to assist with transportation of energy to the brain.