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The Calm Edit

A alternative health podcast from Immediate Media
www.calmmoment.com https://www.calmmoment.com/

Need a moment of calm in your life? Welcome to The Calm Edit (formerly In The Moment Magazine).

In each episode, we talk to an interesting guest about a wellbeing topic. Upcoming guests include Chloe Brotheridge of the Calmer You podcast, self-care expert Suzy Reading, psychologist and author Kimberley Wilson and many more.

Our new series will share lots of wellness tips including how to practice self-care in tough times, ways to look after your brain health and how you can be your own therapist. Looking for more features about wellbeing? Head over to our website calmmoment.com.

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