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Burns Night
Published 24/01/2022
Burns Night celebrates the life and poetry of Scottish poet Robert Burns, and is held annually on his birthday, 25th January. The traditional celebration is known as a Burns supper, and celebrates Burns’ contribution to Scottish culture, with his most well known work being Auld Lang Syne, which was based on a traditional Scottish folk song and is now used by many during New Year’s celebrations. The first Burns supper took place in 1801 on the fifth anniversary of Burns’ death, 21st July. A group of the late poet’s friends decided to get together to offer tribute to him. Later that year the first Burns club was founded by a group of merchants, who decided to honour Burns on what they thought was his birthday, 29th January 1802. They later realised this was incorrect, and Burns Night has taken place on the poet’s actual birthday ever since. Burns suppers can be held as formal events, with a traditional running order, though many families also hold informal celebrations in their own homes to honour the poet.
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How Exercise can improve Mental Health
Published 20/01/2022
It’s January, the time for new beginnings, and also the making (and breaking) of New Year’s Resolutions. The most popular resolutions usually involve getting more exercise, and for good reason. Looking after yourself can help you relieve stress and can improve both physical and mental health.
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Blue Monday 2022
Published 17/01/2022
Blue Monday takes place on the third Monday in January every year, with this year being Monday 17th January. It is known as the most depressing day of the year, thanks to the ending of the festive season and subsequent return to normality, failure keeping up with New Year’s Resolutions, cold dark nights and the arrival of post-Christmas bills. Though there is some controversy surrounding Blue Monday, there is no doubt that January can be a tough month to get through. Christmas is over, it’s still cold and dark and for many people there’s a longer than usual wait for payday. Here are some ways to beat the blues this January:
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Charity Spotlight: St Luke's Hospice, Plymouth
Published 13/01/2022
Here at funeral-notices.co.uk we are passionate about helping our families to raise money for charities in memory of their loved ones. There are thousands of charities up and down the country doing amazing, life changing work, so we thought it would be great to shine a spotlight on some of them and give them just a little bit of the recognition they deserve.
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5 Instagram accounts that will help you understand grief
Published 10/01/2022
Here at funeral-notices.co.uk, grief is something that is very close to our hearts. Thousands of you who visit our site every day are grieving the loss of a loved one, and so it is good to remind ourselves that while grief can be totally overwhelming, we are never alone in our feelings. The following Instagram accounts will remind you that not only are there others out there going through similar hurt, but that it is ok to feel that pain and to deal with it in your own time, on your own terms.
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Things to Look Forward to in 2022
Published 06/01/2022
2021 ended much as it started, shrouded in concern about a new Covid variant. Rather than letting the bad news envelop us, we want to share positive thoughts at the start of the new year so have put together a list of things we can all look forward to in 2022.
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RED January 2022
Published 03/01/2022
“Move every day to beat the winter blues away” January is widely known as a time for new beginnings but it can also be a difficult month to get through. The days are short and dark, weather tends to be dreary, and this combined with the end of the festive season can leave people feeling low. RED January’s aim is to encourage people to take part in some form of exercise every day in January, in order to combat the low moods that can affect so many of us during the winter months. Research has shown that physical activity can help to decrease symptoms of depression and mental health issues, which is why RED January was founded initially. Just a small period of daily exercise can make a significant difference to mental health.
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New Year’s Traditions
Published 30/12/2021
New Year’s Day was first celebrated on January 1st in Rome 153 BC, but Britain didn’t start celebrating it until almost 2000 years later. Modern New Year’s celebrations often entail parties, fireworks, and hugs and kisses at midnight, but many of these celebrations have roots in much older traditions.
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2021: Our Year in Review
Published 27/12/2021
Around this time last year I wrote a blog titled ’How Looking Back on 2020 Can Help You Learn and Grow’, and at the time I really did not think that we would be a whole year on and still awaiting the next lockdown announcement. Maybe that was a little too optimistic, but while our situation surrounding the pandemic may not have changed as much as we would hope, there are some things that we have achieved in the last 12 months.
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The History of Christmas
Published 23/12/2021
Nowadays, Christmas is celebrated by many countries around the world on 25th December. The holiday is celebrated by both the religious and non-religious alike, with Christians celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. However, it has changed a lot throughout the years.
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