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The Way of the Tortoise

Covid 19

Happiness and well-being has always been our priority. We want to assure you that although you may experience delay on the delivery of your item that we are making every effort to ensure that our products reach you as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience.

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slow & steady

Self-improvement strategies and advice can rely on the all or nothing approach. Crash diets or new fitness fads which end just as quickly as they begin. Instead we offer science backed insights, information and tools to help you focus on small daily changes to create long lasting happiness. With our help you will adopt simple, powerful habits that fit your busy lifestyle.

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The Habit of Habits

Positive habits

The daily repetition of positive habits create neural pathways in our brains that literally 'rewire' us for happiness.

Deciding which habits will fill your day could make the difference between living the life you desire...

The Power of Gratitude

Adopting an attitude of gratitude is linked to happiness. The simple act of appreciating what we already have keeps us more mindful and happier. 

Feeling grateful for a minute a day will help to shift negative self talk and feelings...

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Self Reflection

Harmony is created by aligning our inner and outer worlds to avoid conflict  such as frustration & unease

The act of journalling will help to uncover hidden desires and feelings. You will feel empowered to align your actions...

March 2020

"I have both the journal and happiness hamper and am using them together.

In this trying time (I have 2 children at home and I am working nights in a care home during the Coronavirus) I find the stones and cards very helpful. When I feel down I just take a card or stone and do what it says and I feel a lot better. I hope everyone is staying safe and I know we will all get through this if we all do as the guidelines say.

Please stay safe and remember the Way of the Tortoise."

Susan Green from Leeds