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Bethany Smith

Blogger and Web Content/Copywriter

Location icon United Kingdom

Experienced freelance writer with a demonstrated history of working in the online media industry. Skilled in blogging, social media, editing, and copywriting. Strong media and communication professional with a First Class Bachelor's degree from The University of Hull.

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How to spruce up your home for Spring 2020

The nights are finally getting a little lighter and March is on the way. After months of miserable weather and post-Christmas blues, Spring will soon be here and we can all breathe a sigh of relief. There is something about Spring. Something refreshing.

New Years Resolutions | Top self-care tips for 2020

The festivities are over. The January blues have set in. Most of us are feeling a little guilty after Christmas overindulgence... so it's easy to fall into the same old trap of setting unrealistic and self-punishing New Year's Resolutions - but not for us!

Dry January | 6 top tips for giving up alcohol

If you've already made the decision to attempt Dry January, then bravo! You've taken your first step towards a healthier, wealthier, happier you. Most of us are guilty of a little overindulgence over the festive period and by the new year, a detox is definitely in order.

Your guide to staying in on Christmas Eve

Staying in is the new going out and Christmas Eve is no exception. The weather outside is certainly frightful and the thought of curling up on the sofa instead of braving the cold? Delightful. Let's face it, nursing a hangover on Christmas morning isn't that appealing either.

How to throw the best kids Halloween party 2019

Halloween is just around the corner and it's time to start planning the ultimate spooky soiree for your little monsters. It might seem like there's a lot to think about, but we've done the hard work so you don't have to. Here's everything you need to throw a great, budget-friendly kids party and make sure it's a fang-tastic night!

A look back at the classics on Roald Dahl Day 2019

There is nothing unlucky about Friday, 13 th September. In fact, it's a date to look forward to as we celebrate one of the nation's most loved authors on Roald Dahl Day 2019! A wonderful storyteller, we have Dahl to thank for many iconic tales loved by adults and children alike.

The best garden decor and accessories for Autumn 2019

September might be on the way but garden season has only just begun. Of course we hope the sunshine will trickle into Autumn meaning more sunny days and warm nights, but even when the air starts to cool, a cosy garden is the perfect place to snuggle up.

How teachers are fighting to teach primary students about mental health

Experts have suggested that to effectively support children's mental health, there is an urgent and significant need for additional resources and provision in schools. Research carried about by the University of Manchester unveiled a 'mental health crisis' and found that schools were facing increased demand, with a decrease in resources and provision.

Loneliness: The rising threat to young adults' mental health

Research published from King's College London shows that young adults who are lonely are more likely to suffer mental health problems than their peers. With levels of mental illness and low well-being increasing across the UK, and about 75% of adults with a mental illness first experiencing symptoms before the age of 25, if loneliness is a key contributor then more needs to be done to tackle it.

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