• Sharing lunch

    Men's Health Week 2021

    • Jun 11, 2021
    • by James Stevens-Cutler

    Eating salad, turning down a beer, talking about your feelings, and going to the doctor when you’re sick could all get you called unmanly. And it has to stop!

  • Walking for exercise - is it enough?

    • May 31, 2021
    • by Alex Dreyer

    Walking is a fantastic form of exercise that can give your physical and mental health a massive boost… and begins right at your front door. In this blog we'll walk you through how much to do, how hard it needs to be and how to fit walking into a busy schedule.

  • Move More May 2021

    Move More May: Take the challenge today!

    • Apr 27, 2021
    • by LiveLighter

    We all know how good physical activity is for our body and mind, but finding the motivation to get started isn't always easy. To help you rediscover the joy of movement, LiveLighter have put together a 30-day exercise challenge for May that you can do from the comfort of your own home, at the park or even in your office!

  • Sunset

    Sit-ups for the mind

    • Apr 19, 2021
    • by Ellen Hart

    We all have the ability to be more present in our daily lives, but like becoming physically fitter, it’s something we have to put a little bit of effort into.

  • Poolside Percy

    Cheers! 6 refreshing alcohol-free options to wet your whistle

    • Nov 27, 2020
    • by Gael Myers

    Have you ever been to an event where there are endless choices of beer, wine and cocktails but the alcohol-free options are limited to fizzy water and soft drink? Me too. All the time.

  • Mediterranean diet

    6 ways to eat your way to better mental health

    • Oct 09, 2020
    • by Ellen Hart

    In support of Mental Health Week 2020 (and boy do we need it this year!), we've put together some practical tips to help you eat your way to better mental health.

  • Mental health and diet

    Food and mood: what’s the link?

    • Oct 05, 2020
    • by Ellen Hart

    Excitingly, scientific research into what we eat and how it’s linked to our risk of developing mental health conditions and our mental wellbeing is growing. While there is still more to learn, researchers have been able to tease out some of the ways in which diet can alter our physiology, and the impact that this may have on mood.

  • Alby exercising

    Alby’s fur-real tips for a healthy return to work

    • Jul 10, 2020
    • by Alby

    Hi, my name is Albert and I’m a victim of the COVID-19 pandemic WA recovery. My human went from being home like all the time to only being around on the weekends again. It’s been ruff.

  • Dancing in the loungeroom

    Staying fit while staying at home

    • May 03, 2020
    • by Gael Myers

    With gyms closed, your favourite yoga class cancelled and social sports teams on hold, keeping our bodies active at the moment might feel like Mission Impossible. We’ve got some good news though. While you may have to re-think your usual exercise routines, staying active is still within reach.

  • Women reads food label

    Judging a book by its cover: Can you tell how healthy a food is by looking at the label?

    • Feb 06, 2020
    • by Gael Myers

    With our supermarket aisles overflowing with choice and the persuasive influence of clever marketing and ‘buzz’ nutrition words, choosing the healthiest option is not always obvious.In celebration of Smart Eating Week 2020, we’ve put together an easy guide to help you cut through the claims and decide for yourself if a food is a healthy choice.