HAYES AND JARVIS PRODUCE A NEW GUIDE TO HELP TRAVELLERS BEAT THE JANUARY BLUES – #ThisIsTheLatest

HAYES AND JARVIS PRODUCE A NEW GUIDE TO HELP TRAVELLERS BEAT THE JANUARY BLUES 0 195

They say that New Year is meant to be a time for a fresh start; to let go of all the stress the past 12 months has brought us and to begin again with a relaxed mind and happy heart. However, a new study conducted by luxury worldwide holiday specialists Hayes and Jarvis has found that even the most positive of starts to a new year don’t and can’t stop us Brits from getting stressed, with a third of those questioned – 32% – saying they feel stressed on holiday due to thinking about work, and another third – 30% – admitting to having their holiday ruined because of their jobs.

follow The Hayes and Jarvis statistics have been released to coincide with new data from the Office of National Statistics, which revealed that around 10,890 holidays abroad were taken by UK residents in January 2017, with many believed to be an effort to beat the January blues and the third Monday of the month known as ‘Blue Monday.’

source site No matter where residents jet off to however, it would seem the stress of their daily lives, combined with the pressures of work, don’t disappear once they step foot on foreign or overseas soil. Instead, Brits take an average of two days to switch off completely, with 75% of those in London taking as long as four days to finally put their feet up and relax.

go here In an effort to help the people of the UK switch off from the stress, Hayes and Jarvis have created “The Four Pillars of Holiday Relaxation”, an expert guide to relaxing and winding while on holiday. The Four Pillars campaign focuses on four categories of well-being; physical, communication, mental and nutritional and includes helpful tips and advice from experts on how individuals can completely unwind and feel relaxed while on their break. The detailed information pack also includes a free downloadable PDF, the result of a collaboration with Mind and the British Nutritional Foundation among others, which offers 24 mindfulness tips to help combat stress on the go.

A spokesman from Hayes and Jarvis says of the campaign:

http://documentalqueridowatson.es/pizdyhov/2986 “We are a nation that often finds it hard to de-stress and unwind from our day-to-day worries, and a holiday should be the perfect time to take yourself away from this to connect with yourself, friends and loved ones. Our holidaymakers personally invest time and money into choosing a holiday that is tailor made for them as individuals with the ultimate aim of relaxing, unwinding and creating new experiences. With the help of some tips and advice from industry experts, our guide is an essential tool to help you leave the stress at home and ensure a holiday really is what it sets out to be.”

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JONNIE PEACOCK JOINS STRICTLY COME DANCING 0 185

Jonnie Peacock is the fourteenth celebrity contestant confirmed for the brand new series of Strictly Come Dancing. The 15th series of the BAFTA award-winning entertainment show produced by BBC Studios will return in the autumn on BBC One putting the sparkle back into Saturday and Sunday nights.

Jonnie said in a statement:

“The opportunity to be the first contestant with a disability to take part in Strictly’s main show was too good to turn down. I’ve got no previous dance history outside of the occasional ‘worm’ at a mate’s party and I know this will be a challenge and a new experience. I can’t wait to see what I can achieve and how far I can push myself.”

Jonnie Peacock is a double Paralympic, World and European T44 100m Champion. He sensationally won his first Paralympic Gold medal in London 2012 in front of 80,000 people and has gone onto to win every major event that he’s entered, including the 2016 Paralympic Games and the 2017 World Championships in London this summer.

Jonnie, a below the knee amputee, contracted meningitis at the age of five, but has bounced back to become one of Britain’s best known and most successful Para Athletes, breaking the World Record in 2012, setting a Personal Best for the 100m of 10.64 seconds this year and being awarded an MBE in the 2013 New Year’s Honours for services to athletics. Away from the athletics track Jonnie wants to an inspiration to young people of all abilities and is passionate about building the profile of disability sport both in Britain and around the World.

Jonnie Peacock joins Debbie McGee, Chizzy Akudolo, Charlotte Hawkins, Brian Conley, Susan Calman, Aston Merrygold, Simon Rimmer, Joe McFadden, Reverend Richard Coles, Gemma Atkinson, Ruth Langsford, Davood Ghadami and Mollie King who have also been confirmed for the new series. The final celebrity contestant will be announced later today.

DEBBIE MCGEE JOINS STRICTLY COME DANCING 0 203

Debbie McGee is the thirteenth celebrity contestant confirmed for the brand new series of Strictly Come Dancing. The 15th series of the BAFTA award-winning entertainment show produced by BBC Studios will return in the autumn on BBC One putting the sparkle back into Saturday and Sunday nights.

Debbie said in a statement:

“There are no words to describe how I feel about performing on Strictly Come Dancing. The excitement is overwhelming. I can’t stop smiling. It’s been the hardest secret I have ever had to keep!”

Debbie McGee is a TV personality, presenter and the widow of magician Paul Daniels. Debbie achieved national and international fame through television appearances with Paul and appeared alongside him in the BBC One series The Paul Daniels Magic Show which ran from 1979 to 1994 regularly attracting audiences of 15 million during its peak in the 1980s. Paul was also a contestant on Strictly Come Dancing in series 8.

Debbie’s career has spanned the widest range of show business genres; including classical ballet, cabaret, theatre and films and in 2008, Debbie added the role of Radio DJ to her credits, presenting her own Sunday morning show on BBC Radio Berkshire.

Debbie McGee joins Chizzy Akudolu, Charlotte Hawkins, Brian Conley, Susan Calman, Aston Merrygold, Simon Rimmer, Joe McFadden, Reverend Richard Coles, Gemma Atkinson, Ruth Langsford, Davood Ghadami and Mollie King who have also been confirmed for the new series. More celebrity contestants will be announced in due course.