Face coverings are now mandatory on public transport in England. Here's how to make one with a sock.
Natasha HindeSharing this again in case helpful. How to make a face covering from a sock. @trishgreenhalgh says to layer up material if you do this: “The main thing I’d want to see [in a face cover] is a double layer of cloth, and preferably two different fabrics."
This free app tracks potential coronavirus symptoms and helps doctors at the same time.
Natasha HindeGave this a whirl this morning, it's really easy to use. I'm feeling well, don't have any symptoms, but they want that info too. Took about a minute to sign up + answer the health questions.
Whether you're a concerned friend or worried for your own health, here are ways to kickstart that conversation – by people who've been there.
Natasha HindeToday is #TimeToTalk day. Here are four people on how they started a conversation about either their own mental health or the MH of a loved one – hopefully it will help you start your own conversations if you don't really know where to begin.
When Cat McKeever was sectioned, she had regular visits from friends and family. Noticing that other inpatients weren't so lucky, she wanted to do...
Natasha HindeA little bit of Sunday kindness for you. This lady was sectioned earlier this year and noticed there were lots of people on her ward who didn’t have items of comfort. So she did something to help ❤️
Excited for the Christmas party? You might want to give the red wine and whiskey a miss 🍷
Natasha HindeCan confirm I was drinking on a school night this week. Decided to forego the red wine in favour of white wine and my usual hangover wasn't there. Innnnteresting. Thanks so much for chatting to me for the piece @punchconsult ☺️