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Feeling stressed? Put your headphones in and relax with the In The Moment Magazine podcast. Each episode features an interesting guest sharing tips to improve your wellbeing. In this podcast, you'll discover great advice to help you live your best life, such as how to get a great night's sleep or what to eat to boost your brain power.

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Author and Instagram influencer Vex King talks about how we can overcome our problems and invite good vibes into our lives.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Lisa Sanfilippo, author of Sleep Recovery, explains how to heal your own natural ability to rest and overcome insomnia using mindfulness techniques. Lisa is a yoga teacher and psychotherapist who takes a holistic approach to sleep and in this episode looking at everything from physical relaxation techniques to emotional blocks that prevent us from getting the rest we need. Learn how to incorporate gentle yoga poses into your bedtime routine, discover yogic breathing exercises for relaxation and more. Don't forget that you can find more sleep advice over on our website calmmoment.com. Looking for a new podcast? Our friend Suzy Glaskie has just launched Wellness Unwrapped (https://peppermintwellness.co.uk/wellness-unwrapped/): a show that aims to lift the lid on the often bewildering topic of wellness. Upcoming episodes include how to find joy in our life and how to protect ourselves from toxins in the environment.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In The Moment’s wellbeing columnist shares her tips to help you assert yourself in your relationships and set your own boundaries. There are often times in our lives when we find ourselves agreeing to things that we don't really want to do, perhaps because we feel guilty or want to please others. Natalie talks through a number of scenarios and explains how you can refuse requests without damaging relationships. Don't forget to check out Natalie's Baggage Reclaim podcast and find more of her excellent advice inside In The Moment Magazine each month. You can also find more articles about wellbeing, relationships, sleep, yoga and more over on our website calmmoment.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Discover how to sleep better with practical advice and tips from Rob Hobson, author of The Art of Sleeping. In this episode, we cover nutrition tips to help you to improve your sleep, lifestyle changes you can make to feel more rested and we bust a few sleep myths along the way. Don't forget, you can find more sleep inspiration over on our website calmmoment.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Learn how to appreciate life’s small moments with the Japanese way of wabi sabi. Beth Kempton explains how wabi sabi influences all aspects of Japanese culture and how we can bring some of its benefits into our lives. Beth Kempton is the author of Wabi Sabi: Japanese Wisdom for a Perfectly Imperfect Life, which is published by Piatkus priced £12.99. Visit our website calmmoment.com for insightful wellbeing features, recipes, quizzes and more.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Have you ever heard of fjaka, sati or couthie? In our latest podcast, we talk to Serenity Passport author Dr Megan C Hayes about wellbeing practices from around the world. You can find more inspiring features about wellbeing, quizzes, recipes and more over on our website calmmoment.com.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Start your year on a happy note with Suzy Reading's self-care tips! Do you start the year with the best of intentions only to find that your motivation fizzles out mid-January? Instead of making resolutions that you can't keep, why not try focusing on developing self-care practices to keep you going throughout the year? Author, psychologist and yoga teacher Suzy shares practical self-care tools to help you feel more optimistic in 2020. Don't forget you can join in with our self-care challenge and download our printable mood library on our website: https://www.calmmoment.com/wellbeing/self-care-challenge-2020/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Author Sarah Harvey explains how you can use the Japanese art of kaizen to form positive habits and set your intentions for 2020. Find more articles about wellbeing over on our website calmmoment.com.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Christmas can be a stressful time for a lot of us, but there are plenty of things that you can do to take the pressure off. In this episode, we caught up with Calm Christmas author Beth Kempton to find out how to be more mindful over the festive season. We’ll be talking about how to plan the kind of Christmas you really want, how to give more mindfully and how to diffuse family tensions. Looking for more relaxing articles about wellbeing? Head over to our website calmmoment.com.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Around half of UK adults would describe themselves as shy. In this episode, we chat to self-doubt researcher, coach and podcaster Sas Petherick to find out how shyness can affect our personal relationships, self-esteem and work life. Don't forget to check out Sas's fab podcast Courage and Spice, which you can find on your fave app. Head over to our website for more features about wellbeing, recipes and more: www.calmmoment.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This episode is a little different from our usual format! We escaped the studio and headed out for a forest walk in the Forest of Dean with BBC Countryfile Magazine editor Fergus Collins to discover the benefits of spending time in nature. In this episode, we chat about mindfulness, forest bathing and digital detoxing – plus there's an unexpected encounter with the local wildlife. BBC Countryfile Magazine have their own podcast and we'd highly recommend checking it out. It's incredibly soothing to listen to when life is getting a bit stressful. Of course, you can also find more great information about nature and mindfulness over on our website, calmmoment.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Poems can be a great source of comfort when you're having a difficult time. William Sieghart, author of the Poetry Pharmacy Returns, believes that there's a poem to match every situation we find ourselves in as we go through life. He prescribes poems to help people cope with whatever they are going through. In this episode, William talks about the experience of witnessing a non-fatal road traffic accident that some listeners may find distressing. If you want to skip this section, it's between 11.36 and 14.12. Read more about the healing power of poetry in In The Moment issue 31, which is out now in the UK. You can also find more great articles about wellbeing over on our website calmmoment.com.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Nunchi has been described as the Korean superpower. We talk to Euny Hong, author of The Power of Nunchi, about how to use your intuition to your advantage to make deeper and more meaningful connections. Find out if you have good (or bad!) nunchi and which fictional characters use it to their advantage. You can find out more about nunchi in In The Moment Magazine issue 30, which is on sale now in the UK. Find more great features about wellness over on our website: www.calmmoment.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week we're thrilled to be joined by 2018 Great British Bake Off finalist Kim-Joy Hewlett. In this episode, Kim-Joy talks about how baking has helped her to cope with her anxiety and become more confident. We're also chatting about the creative inspiration behind her stunning bakes and why baking is a mindful activity. Kim-Joy's new book, Baking with Kim-Joy, is out now in the UK (Quadrille, £18). Look out for our interview with Kim-Joy in In The Moment Magazine issue 31. Find more wellbeing features over on our website, calmmoment.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Cosy up with this relaxing episode! Tiffany Francis, author of Dark Skies, talks about humanity's relationship with the night and why she loves to walk after dark. Plus discover how you can learn to love the night too. Find out more about Tiffany's adventures in In The Moment issue 29 - out now in the UK. Looking for some relaxing reading? Head over to calmmoment.com.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
There’s lots of evidence to suggest that being more creative can help us to live calmer, more fulfilled lives. In this episode, we talk to Suzy Glaskie of Peppermint Wellness to find out how we can use arts and crafts to reduce stress – even if we don’t feel very creative. Find more ways to be creative on calmmoment.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Bestselling author Cait Flanders challenged herself to live for a year without spending anything – except on essentials. Along the way, she found a happier, simpler way of life. Cait's book, The Year of Less, is out now in the UK published by Hay House. Discover more inspiring women who have adopted a simpler way of life here.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We often grow out of bedtime stories, but they can help to lull us to sleep even as adults. In this episode, we talk to the Calm app's sleep storyteller in residence to find out how she writes soothing sleep stories. This episode includes a special bonus sleep story narrated by Stephen Fry!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We're all aware that we need to start making some changes in our lives to help the environment, but it can be difficult to know where to begin. Should we start with food? Energy? Travel? Work? And how can we inspire others to make changes too? We caught up with Mike Berners-Lee, author of There Is No Planet B (Cambridge University Press, £9.99), at Hay Festival 2019. In this episode, we speak to Mike about the challenges we all face in our daily lives, from what to buy at the supermarket to how we go on holiday. Get 20% off Dentogen using the code 'INTHEMOMENT' head to www.crescentpharma.com to order yours now. Order your copy of Save the Planet today for only £9.99 with FREE UK postage. EUR £11.99, ROW £12.99. https://www.buysubscriptions.com/special-editions/save-the-planet?PROMO=SOCL1 or call 03330 162 138    See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
If you're struggling with anxiety, it can feel as though everything in life is overwhelming. In this episode of the In The Moment Magazine podcast, we talk to author and podcaster Chloe Brotheridge to find out how to manage anxiety and live a calmer life. Chloe is the author of The Anxiety Solution and Brave New Girl, both published by Michael Joseph. Check out Chloe's podcast Calmer You for more tips and guidance. This episode is sponsored by Omstars Yoga – listen in for a special offer for In The Moment podcast listeners! You can find more articles about mental health over on our website www.calmmoment.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Jo Kneale

I love so many of these ideas: one I love especially is the Mood Library, a list of positive books, films, podcasts to turn to when you need a boost. I love my Happyplace book for this: it's like a commonplace notebook but just filled with quotes, extracts, poems and especially lists of the things that keep me happy and hyggely in my life.

Jan 4th
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