Jennifer is a writer, transcriptionist and copy editor from Luton, England.
She writes about a range of subjects, including travel, mental wellbeing and food.
Jennifer has lived in a number of countries including Japan, Morocco, Greece and most recently Lebanon. She uses her lived experience to write fresh and original travel articles.
Her background in dementia care and mental health support fuel her passion for writing about self care, therapies, and strategies for maintaining good mental health.
In her spare time, she loves to experiment with vegan and vegetarian cooking.
Wildfires are becoming a common occurence in California due to climate change. Wildfire smoke poses a health risk to everyone but children are very vulnerable because their lungs are still developing. This article explores known risks to children's short and long-term health, as well as unknown potential issues. | Read More →Words: 761 Downloads: 0 Category: Health & Lifestyles By: Jennifer Considine
Most people wish they could break a bad habit or stop engaging with a problematic cycle of behaviour. Trying to change your behaviour can seem impossible, because your brain is programmed to do what is familiar rather than what is best for you. This article explains the basic neuroscience of behaviour, and gives advice on how to override the brain's natural instincts and change bad behaviour patterns for good. | Read More →Words: 813 Downloads: 0 Category: Self Improvement By: Jennifer Considine
Resilience is a necessary attitude in healthy, successful adults. It allows people to bounce back from tough situations, come up with solutions to problems and then take action to solve these issues. Resilience is developed in childhood, but many children are not learning resilience in school. This article explores five ways you can help your children develop a resilient attitude outside of school. | Read More →Words: 989 Downloads: 0 Category: Children By: Jennifer Considine
Creative writing as a form of therapy is growing in popularity. There are lots of great writing activities you can try at home without needing to engage in a formal program. This article details five different exercises that can help you process difficult thoughts and emotions. The exercises can be kept private or used as a tool to help you express your feelings to a health professional. | Read More →Words: 820 Downloads: 0 Category: Mental By: Jennifer Considine
Many people are keen to help fight climate change but are unsure what they can do. One key way individuals can help is to address their current eating habits and make adaptations. This article explores seven practical options, including ways to tackle food waste, which foods to eat less of or cut out of your diet, and alternative food sources. | Read More →Words: 809 Downloads: 0 Category: Home By: Jennifer Considine
Perfectionists often struggle when they make a mistake in their work, personal or family life. A perfectionist feels enormous pressure to get everything right all the time, so a momentary slip up can result in a bad day. This article explores practical techniques for overcoming this way of thinking, to deal with mistakes effectively and regain hours normally spent worrying. | Read More →Words: 994 Downloads: 0 Category: Self Improvement By: Jennifer Considine
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