Tag: wellbeing

Surf’s Up

After an epiphany in the waters of Cornwall, Kylie Griffiths fell in love with surfing. Now she’s created London Girls Surf Club, a movement to help other women experience the exhilaration and freedom of life on the waves

By Liz Connor

Women On The Air

It’s not always an easy journey but many British women, often former athletes, are taking over as sport presenters, commentators and pundits. We discover what the journey is like for Jacqui Oatley, Jeanette Kwakye, Eilidh Barbour and Iona Stephen

By Rebecca Myers

Top GRRRL

Addiction, trauma, powerlifting, muscles and overwhelming positivity… Kortney Olson is a true force of nature and a refreshingly open book! We speak to Kortney about changing the female fitness landscape for good

By Glorious

Making Waves

We meet social media surfing star Elizabeth Sneed aka CurvySurferGirl, who is using her influence to spread a message of body positivity to encourage more women to get on board!

By Amy Sedghi

Reset

Let’s face it, everyone needs a break! With a focus on mental health awareness this month, if you’ve made it 5 months into 2022 without taking your foot off the accelerator, it’s time to stop, recharge and reset

By Glorious

Face Facts

Believing that exercises for the face are as important as those for the body, Inge Theron’s FaceGym is changing the beauty landscape

By Glorious

Weekend Viewing

Want to curl up in front of a screen this weekend but stuck for something to watch? We’ve got you covered!

By Glorious

Period Power

“I can utilise the hormones that are working for me at the time.” Jessica Ennis-Hill and Dr Emma Ross on their period-planning app that helps you get the best out of every stage of your cycle

By Liz Connor

Festival Faves

From biodegradable glitter to a pop-up tent, we’ve rounded up our top 10 festival essentials that should be on your packing list!

By Glorious

Advantage Keys

Tennis star Madison Keys is using her position for a greater good: to spread a message of kindness and banish social media trolls forever

By Sandra Harwitt