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Full of beans: how eating pulses can change you and the world Pulses and legumes are a win for people and the planet. Here are some varieties to look out for, and ideas about what to do with them Written in partnership with The European Food Information Council
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Eight life-enhancing New Year’s resolutions that you might actually stick to Forget crash diets and expensive gym memberships, this is how to boost creativity and wellbeing in the new year Body & Mind Health Lifestyle Society Wellbeing
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Five things we’ve learned making a series on community-led mental health projects around the world The enviable childcare situation of Guatemalan parents, and why ‘stringers’ have the best job on earth Body & Mind Health Lifestyle Society Wellbeing World
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20 ways to shop more mindfully (and resist pressure to part with cash) Retailers have many tactics to get you to splash the cash. Here’s how to sidestep them, while shopping more mindfully Lifestyle Society Wellbeing
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Eight ways to transform a walk in the forest into a wellbeing immersion New forest wellbeing trails have launched across England. Here’s how to get the most out of them Written in partnership with Forestry England
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How do you challenge or avoid consumerism? Black Friday. Christmas. ‘Tis the season for rampant consumerism. How do you choose to do things differently? Economics Lifestyle Society
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Wanted: young people to conserve Britain’s oceans (and get paid)

‘Ours could be the first generation that leaves the environment in a better state than we found it’

Read it and don’t weep.

Headlines about what’s going right in the world are now being shared with millions of people through digital screens on high streets and in shopping centres all around the UK.