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Introducing March 2023s Unwanted Life Sponsors

It’s March, it’s my mum’s birthday month, and it’s Mother’s Day for people in the UK. I also just found out March hosts International Women’s Day (March 8th) and that spring starts in March. Quite a lot going on in March. Unfortunately for me, I’ve spent most of 2023 feeling unwell, more unwell than my usual level of feeling unwell, which isn’t a great start for March for me. But let’s not wallow in my crappy health, and instead celebrate March 2023s Unwanted Life sponsors. Check them out below and visit their blogs.



March 2023s Unwanted Life Sponsors


Andrea Hunt – Living Deliberately


Andrea Hunt - Living Deliberately image they created for the June 2022s Unwanted Life Sponsors article


If you’re like many people, 2022 might not exactly feel like it’s got off the ground for you yet. The last few years have been really hard on everyone and many people feel stuck in a constant cycle of stress, uncertainty, stagnancy and lack of fulfilment.


Want Better Mental and Emotional Health? Here’s Why Exercise is Your New Best Friend in 2023

Mental health is an important part of our overall wellbeing, yet it is often overlooked or ignored. Despite how common these issues are, many of us don’t always know how to improve our situation, especially in the winter time. Fortunately, there are steps we can take to boost our mental and emotional health and wellbeing, especially in the winter when we tend to be inside more. Importantly, exercise has also been shown to have positive effects on mental health by releasing endorphins which can help lift your mood.


Click here to learn more so you can make exercise your best friend in 2023.


11 Tough Life Lessons My 45 year-old Self Today Would Have Told Younger Me (PART 2)

So, I turned 45 last week. It’s been an amazing start and I am so grateful for my life so far. Even though many things have been very hard I am grateful to where it’s got me today. I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what that means and what I have learned, so I came up with 11 things I would have told my 20-year-old self … It’s a lot of life lessons I’ve learned over the years … can you relate to any?


Click here to find out more about these 11 tough life lessons.


EFT Tapping: A Comprehensive Guide to the Technique and How to Incorporate It into Your Life

Are you looking for a natural and effective way to improve your emotional and physical well-being? Look no further than EFT tapping! This powerful technique has been gaining popularity among UK therapists and individuals seeking a holistic approach to healing. This comprehensive guide will explore the science behind EFT tapping and provide step-by-step instructions for incorporating it into your daily routine.


Click here to check out this guide.


Uncommon Health


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Welcome to Uncommon Health, where we raise awareness of well-being in the modern workplace and how to remove the stigma of talking about mental health. We aim to reach those in professions that normally shy away from “the socials” with pertinent content and support. I’ve worked in a variety of jobs in professional services across Europe. I burnt out at least twice in my career and felt it was time to do something about it, to help others in a similar situation and help people avoid the mistakes I made.


On greedy jobs – Taking back control of your time

Offering advice, support, and recommended resources on burnout, depression, and anxiety for professionals and greedy jobs.


To access this support and other recourses, click here.


Sedated – A view into post-capitalist mental healthcare?

Sedated is a must-read, an incisive polemic on the state of mental health care services, medicalisation and regulatory capture in the UK. And this is a book review of Sedated by Uncommon Health, which you should all read and leave a comment on!


To check out Uncommon Health’s book review of Sedated, which you should all read and leave a comment on, click here.



Join Uncommon Health’s newsletter to never miss a post, new content, and upcoming email courses. You can do that by clicking here.




I hope you enjoyed learning about the March 2023s Unwanted Life Sponsors. And, as always, leave your feedback in the comments section below. If you want to stay up-to-date with my blog, then sign up for my newsletter below, too. Alternatively, get push notifications for new articles by clicking the red bell icon in the bottom right corner. Don’t forget to check out Unwanted Life’s wonderful sponsors by visiting their websites and checking out their content.


Lastly, if you’d like to sponsor Unwanted Life, then you can find more information and a contact form by clicking here. Until next time, Unwanted Life readers.





12 thoughts on “Introducing March 2023s Unwanted Life Sponsors

  1. It’s great to see Andrea advertising with you again! Also, I’m not familiar with Uncommon Health, so I’ll have to check out their blog and the posts you linked to.

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