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Hazel Gale

A Cognitive Hypnotherapist: A Day In The Life

Hazel Gale is a master practitioner of cognitive hypnotherapy, author and ex-athlete. Having competed internationally as a kickboxer and boxer, achieving World and National titles in the two sports respectively, she’s well-versed in both the drive to succeed and the anxiety that can so often come hand-in-hand with that. In her practice and in her […]

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WTF Should I Eat

WTF Should I Eat?

No 1 New York Times bestselling author Dr Mark Hyman sorts through the conflicting research on food to give us the truth on what we should be eating and why. Did you know that porridge isn’t actually a healthy way to start the day? That milk doesn’t build bones, and eggs aren’t the devil? In […]

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Eat Fat Get Thin

“For forty years, we’ve been told, ‘if you don’t want fat on your body, don’t put fat into your body.’ So we cut back on fat from our diet only to become heavier than ever before. Mark Hyman cuts through the confusion, offering a practical (and delicious) way to lose weight for good. I recommend […]

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Kankyo Meditation

Express meditation with Kankyo Tannier, buddhist nun & author

Do you struggle to find peace and quiet? Do you yearn to disconnect, find an escape, slow down and just breathe? Are you overwhelmed by modern life? Rooted in the ancient Zen philosophies that ground her work, French Buddhist nun, Kankyo Tannier, will show you how to channel the power of SILENCE to get back […]

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How do you stay vegan after Veganuary?

Lots of people in our office have been trying Veganuary – inspired by the charity which encourages people to try vegan for January and through the rest of the year. Veganuary’s new book, How To Go Vegan, has been our guide, giving us motivation, meal plans and easy replacement ingredients, top tips and tools to […]

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Fifteen ideas to help you get your sh*t together

Today is February the 1st, which means it’s time to talk. Time to Talk Day: as the name suggests, it’s a day for talking, sharing, and opening up the silence which exists around mental health. It’s about raising awareness of resources for support and advice as much as it is about destigmatising conditions like depression, […]

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The Wonder Down Under: time to stop beating around the bush

In March Yellow Kite publishes The Wonder Down Under by Dr Nina Brochman and Ellen Stokken Dahl. Editor Tamsin English bought rights from Even Råkil, who is rights director and literary agent at the Oslo Literary Agency in Norway. We asked Even to write a piece for our blog about how he came across The […]

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Swim Wild

Swim Wild : Dive into the natural world and discover your inner adventurer

Brothers Jack, Calum and Robbie have been swimming together their whole lives, and have never lost the sense of wonder, excitement and relief that getting in open water brings. In this book, we learn about their swimming feats, from tackling the 145km River Eden to setting the world record for swimming in the Arctic. They […]

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The Food Medic For Life

The Food Medic For Life

As someone who juggles many jobs between being a doctor, a personal trainer and an author, I understand how difficult it can be to prioritise food and eating well. I wanted to create a collection of beautiful recipes that are not only nutritious and great tasting, but super quick and simple to make, using only […]

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The Life-Changing Power of Sophrology : Breathe and connect with the calm and happy you

Sophrology is a dynamic relaxation, stress-management and personal development technique, which is steadily growing in popularity in the UK. Sophrology is already extremely popular on the continent – especially in France, Switzerland, Spain and Belgium, where sports stars and popstars, among others, have used the techniques to overcome fear of failure, manage stress and anxiety, […]

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