A mixture of Brexit, the pandemic, the war in Ukraine and inflation have sent everyday costs soaring, especially energy bills. That’s why we’ve put together our tips on insulating your home, keeping warm in the most cost-efficient way and where to find more support if you need it.
If you feel depressed when working, you’re not alone. On this page we will look at how and why depression can impact your work life and how your job can affect your mental health and wellbeing.
Depression could affect any of us at any time, with one in five people in the UK reporting feeling depressed or anxious, so, if you’re feeling this way, you’re not alone.
Lots of people are concerned about the rising cost of their weekly food shop, and are looking at ways they might be able to save money, while still eating well. We've put together some tips to help
Did you know that what you eat and drink can also impact how you sleep? Find out more
Tips, advice and tools to help you reduce your living costs and make big savings. If you're struggling to make ends meet - we can help
It can be really hard for children to cope with the loss of a loved one and to process everything they are feeling – here are some ways to help a child when they are grieving
Like your car, your body needs good care to keep it running well
Getting fit and staying active doesn’t have to involve shelling out for expensive classes or gym memberships
Increase your physical activity to help you stay fit, strong and healthy. This will also help boost your mental health
We all feel nervous or anxious sometimes but there are tips and techniques you can use to help you cope and manage nervousness
Stress happens when we have too much pressure. Use these top tips to feel more in control
We all have pressure, those things we have to deal with every day – at home and work. Use these tips to help you manage pressure effectively
Breathing deeply can reduce your stress and anxiety levels. When you breathe deeply you improve your heart rate, reduce the stress on your body and even lower your blood pressure
A CV is a document that acts as an overview of your skills, education, and work experience. Find out how to create a great CV to help you get your next job
A cover letter is a letter you send with your CV when you apply for a job. It's an opportunity for you to highlight your skills and experience & should be tailored for each job