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Sad Movies Make Us Happier

We went to see the film About Time last week. If you haven't seen it, it's the new movie from Director, Richard Curtis, and it's about a young man who has the ability to time travel. Sounds strange? It is, but it also allows him to replay the things that don't go so well. In the end after facing some tough decisions (spoiler alert!) it has a brilliant positive psychology message. He stops replaying time, and just lives each day as if he has replayed it – looking out for the good every normal day brings. It struck us that it has a brilliant positive psychology message. That got us thinking about what we can learn about living happier lives from the movies.

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8 Tips for Practicing Mindfulness at Work

What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is the act of being present in the moment, aware of what is going on inside and around us instead of engrossed in the constant flurry of our thoughts and emotions. Practising mindfulness at work helps calm your mind and can allow you to find new ways of relating to whatever external stresses crop up during your workday.

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The Sun Has Got Its Hat On

Just when it seemed like winter and the bad weather would never end, the sun finally made an appearance for more than just a moment and we're now in the grip of a heatwave, the like of which has not been seen since 2006.

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How a Pessimist became Practically Positive

I've always been a glass half-empty kind of girl; I'd always thought that if youexpect the worst you can't be disappointed. There are various reasons why I took this view on the world and whilst it had changed for the better after I had my son, who's now three and a half, I was still very much a pessimist. That was, until around six weeks ago.

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Take up don't give up

What are you giving up for lent? 

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