Catch up with our 10 most popular articles of 2019

Catch up on a little reading and discover our most-read articles from the past year

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If you’re enjoying a relaxing break over the holidays, why not catch up on a little mindful reading?

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We’ve rounded up some of your favourite features from the past year, covering everything from confidence-building tips to the best yoga moves for a restful night’s sleep.

Read on to discover mindful advice to boost your wellbeing in the coming year.

If you’re a fan of our podcast, we’ve also gathered together some of our most popular episodes of 2019 for you to listen to.

When you’re struggling with an important choice, it can be difficult to know which way to turn. Joanna Hulin explains how mindfulness can help us to focus on what we really want and need.

If you’re constantly thinking about how you compare to others, you can easily get caught up an a comparison spiral and end up believing that you’re not good enough. Our columnist Natalie Lue shares her tips to help you break the cycle.

Do you find that your weekend ends up being filled with chores or work? Author Katrina Onstad believes that it’s time for us to reclaim our leisure time and ditch our to-do lists.

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Getting a good night’s sleep is essential for both our physical and mental health. Discover five easy yoga positions to help you unwind and prepare yourself for sleep.

The benefits of positivity are well-known, but writer Jo Carnegie says that it’s worth getting to know our dark side too.

Knowing how you behave in a relationship (and why!) can help you to form stronger relationships. Karen Edwards reveals why understanding your needs can help you to find contentment in your relationships.

Learn how to appear and become more assertive by mastering confident body language with Annika Rose.


If you’re used to being a people-pleaser, asserting yourself and your own needs can be tough. Natalie Lue shares some useful advice to help you to say no without feeling bad about it.

Spending time by the ocean can help us to feel calmer and healthier. Author and researcher Dr Deborah Cracknell explains how to be mindful by the seaside.

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After an eventful year, it’s perhaps not surprising that this article features in our top 10. Read this feature to learn what you can do to lift your mood when the news feels overwhelming.