Where to go on holiday in October? We think there’s no better place than the English Riviera, on Devon’s beautiful south coast. We’re not talking sun drenched overseas destinations here, think short break in the UK during the ‘season of mists and mellow fruitfulness’.
If we’re lucky, we may get a fleeting warm spell in September but even so, the mornings and evenings are getting chillier and before we know it the central heating will be on. As autumn approaches it is even more important to moisturise regularly. Read on to discover 5 great reasons to moisturise this autumn. Continue reading “5 Great Reasons To Moisturise Your Skin This Autumn”
With the last few months being the most unsettling and unexpected we have ever experienced, it’s no surprise that many of us are feeling stressed, uptight and anxious. That can manifest itself in a range of physical symptoms including tight shoulders, headaches and stiff necks, to name just a few. A good massage is one way to help, but there are other benefits to a spa massage which may not be as obvious.
The Torquay many of you know and love today started as the Saxon hamlet of Torre. The first signs of a settlement are noted in the Domesday Book. In 1196, a community of monks founded Torre Abbey. Prior to this, it is known that Roman soldiers visited the area, although never settled here. The story of how it became the bustling town in the heart of the English Riviera is a fascinating one.
We’ve all heard that sea air is good for us. Well it seems there are definite health benefits to being by the sea, probably even more so during the winter months when we’re more likely to suffer with coughs, colds and depression. Continue reading “Benefits of a Break By the Sea”
If you could only do two things to improve your health, experts suggest exercising and spending quality time with friends would be the best place to start. We all know exercise is important but keeping in touch with friends may be even more important than you’d think. Loneliness is as harmful to your well-being as smoking 15 cigarettes a day, according to several recent studies.