• Bain marie

    Fit for flight: eating well on site

    • Jun 16, 2021
    • by Gael Myers

    Long workdays and weeks (or sometimes even months) spent away from the support of family and friends can really take a toll. FIFO workers may find themselves reaching for high fat and high sugar comfort foods, avoiding exercise, and drinking alcohol as a way to cope. While it might seem like a good idea at the time, these habits can actually leave people feeling more stressed and rundown. Check out our top tips for eating well while on site.

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    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!

  • 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.

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    6 tips to keep your drinking in check

    • Nov 08, 2020
    • by Danica Keric

    There's no denying that 2020 has been a stressful year, and so it's not surprising that we would be looking for ways to help manage this stress. For some, it might be tempting to turn to alcohol. That relaxes us… right? Spoiler alert; rather than help us cope, alcohol can make us feel more stressed and anxious. Here are our top tips for staying well and keeping your drinking in check.

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    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.

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    The best laid plans

    • Aug 12, 2020
    • by Gael Myers

    New years' resolutions are easier said than done! Check out our top tips for making a goal that sticks!

  • family gardening

    Green thumbs for everyone

    • Jul 23, 2020
    • by Bruce Beamish

    Thinking of trying your hand at gardening? We’ve got a series of blogs to get you started, covering everything from construction and design, soil, propagation and choosing what to grow. Good luck on your home gardening adventure!

  • kJ comparison of cider and a burger

    The surprising amount of kilojoules in alcohol

    • Jun 01, 2020
    • by Abbie-Clare Vidler

    Many people are surprised to find out that alcohol, in all its forms, is packed with kilojoules. Over time, the kilojoules in the alcohol we drink can really start to stack up, which can lead to weight gain.