Feeling stressed? Put your headphones in and relax with the In The Moment Magazine podcast.
Each episode features an interesting wellbeing guest sharing tips to help you live a calmer life. Past guests include author Matt Haig, opera singer Laura Wright and blogger Lily Pebbles.
Listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts/iTunes, Spotify and Stitcher and most major podcast providers, or online below.
In the first In The Moment podcast, we caught up with Rebecca Sullivan, author of The Art of the Natural Home, to talk about growing your own produce and sharing the bounty with others, ways to live sustainably and what we can learn from our grannies about reducing waste.
When Rachel de Thample started growing her own veg, she hit upon the idea of growing and foraging the ingredients for her own Christmas dinner.
Check out the podcast to find out how she got on.
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Lots of diets concentrate on your body and losing weight, but there aren’t many designed to improve your brain health. That’s where nutritionist Christine Bailey, author of The Brain Boost Diet Plan, comes in. We chatted to Christine about what to eat to improve your mental focus.
When Hannah went to the doctor about her skin, she was surprised to be told that she needed to reduce the amount of sugar in her diet. Tune in to the podcast to find out how she got on.
Learn about sisu – the new wellbeing trend from Finland – with author Joanna Nylund. We chatted to Joanna to discover how sisu helps to make Finland one of the world’s happiest countries.
Blogger Lily Pebbles talks about female friendship, how to get over a friend breakup and how go on a ‘friend date’ in this episode.
Soprano Laura Wright opens up about her struggle with stress and talks about how she suffered from alopecia as a teenager. She’s found mindfulness and her love of music have helped her to keep her anxiety under control. Laura has also put together a special classical music playlist on Spotify to help you relax.
It’s easy to feel intimidated when you go along to a yoga class when everyone else seems to confident, so we asked yoga teacher Charlene Lim to share her tips for finding your yoga mojo. In this episode, we’re also talking about the problem of competitiveness in yoga classes and the pressure some people feel to be perfect.
Why is modern life so stressful? That’s the question we put to Matt Haig when he joined us to talk about his new book, Notes on a Nervous Planet. It can sometimes seem as though the modern world is set up to make us anxious – phones keep us awake, social media eats up our leisure hours and we struggle to switch off. Matt talks about anxiety and how he disconnects from technology in order to relax.
In the rush of modern life, it can be difficult to find time to truly enjoy your food. In this episode of the podcast, we talk to Francine Russell about how to eat more mindfully and really appreciate our meals.
Do you find yourself saying yes every time someone asks you for something – even though it means that you don’t have time for the things that you want to do? If so, then you could be a people-pleaser.
In this episode, In The Moment columnist Natalie Lue shares her tips to help you assert yourself.
Yoga can benefit every aspect of your life – even beyond your practice sessions. We caught up with yoga teacher Julie Montagu to find out how we can take yoga beyond the mat.
Most of us have read a self-help book at some point, but it’s easy to forget the lessons we’ve learnt after we’ve closed the covers. Marianne Power was just the same, until one morning she decided she needed to change her life.
She took the radical decision to try to live her life by a different self-help book every month for a whole year. She had some crazy adventures along the way – from modelling naked for a life drawing class to trying her hand at stand-up comedy.
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