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Weekly with David Boddy: Parenting Q&A 6

Q: We have just had the terrible news that my son has failed his 11+ entry tests at the three private schools he really wanted to go to and we are now desperate. He is feeling a failure and we

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Harley Street Spine specialist highlights how good posture can improve other health conditions

Consultant surgeon to Harley Street Spine, Mr Bob Chatterjee, reveals that bad posture can be an indicator of health problems. He says, “Whilst there is a commonly held belief that posture represents confidence and greater self awareness, most do … Read more →

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The many health benefits yoga can have for dancers

Yoga is one of the most popular forms of exercise around the world and the list of benefits is astounding. The stress of everyday life can wash away with one swift movement, and of course, it isn’t just your frame … Read more →

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How to Boost Your Self-Esteem as You Age

There are things that can bump and knock your confidence throughout your life, but as you get to a certain age, maintaining a solid level of self-esteem can become harder.

Fortunately, we’ve got a host of tips that can help … Read more →

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Five Reasons Some Londoners Hate Their Workplace

These are the five main reasons why Londoners dislike where they work and why some end up taking their unhappiness back home. Why do Londoners dread going to their workplace? Those who can honestly say that they love going to … Read more →

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The Right-On Couple

Jeremy cycles seven miles to work and frets about the mortgage on their Canonbury fixer-upper.

Ursula loves health food shops and anything ‘chemical free’, wilfully unaware that a chemical is, quite literally, any substance.

A long-suffering doctor once tried to … Read more →

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Editors’ Mother’s Day picks 2018

Olivia’s top picks:

Virgin Active Collection Club Membership—from £159/month

With its brand-spanking new makeover, new range of classes and trendy NYC loft-style studios, membership at the Virgin Classic Kensington is the dream gift for Mummy Cool, or Mummy Fit, … Read more →

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Healing and Meditation with Emma Ball at Evolve

The blurb

After 25 years’ experience with private clients, Emma Ball has launched Evolve in Notting Hill as a hub for both her healing practice and her meditation sessions.

‘It is called Evolve,’ she says, ‘because it has “love” in … Read more →

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Newly Appointed Head Chef, Adriana Cavita starts at Peyotito, Notting Hill

Newly Appointed Head Chef, Adriana Cavita starts at Peyotito, Notting Hill

The newly appointed Head Chef at Peyotito, Adriana Cavita has spent nearly a decade honing her culinary expertise and love for colourful and mouth-watering Mexican dishes. Having worked at … Read more →

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Nicola Millbank

How did you first get into food—what were your early influences?

I was always into cooking when I was younger, but it didn’t fully develop into a passion of mine until I moved into my own flat at 18 to … Read more →

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