Look after your birds and beneficial insects with help from these top garden designers. Hannah Stephenson reports.
Author Deb Bunt discusses her phobia of reading out loud made worse by her Co-Author Peter Berry hanging on her every word for dear life
Here’s what we found out to help manage anxiety
TheBoldAge has some suggestions on how to make the best of things
Deb Bunt, Co-author of Slow Puncture alongside Peter Berry, reflects on having a positive outlook even in the midst of the latest lockdown
TheBoldAge looks at a recent study that links having an optimistic outlook to a healthier, longer life
TheBoldAge looks at the wellbeing, mood-boosting benefits of swimming.
TheBoldAge takes a look at mental health issues that can arise from living with the disease
Campaign ambassador Ian Waterland reflects on being in the moment while bread making
We've absolutely loved going through the photos that were submitted to the photo competition and have to admit we couldn't just choose one winner. Enjoy!
From treatment options to simple diet and lifestyle tweaks, TheBoldAge talks to leading experts about managing seasonal affective disorder.
TheBoldAge looks at 6 things that could help you through
It may be simple, but walking really is one of the best – and cheapest – ways to boost mental and physical health. TheBoldAge finds out why.
With a national lockdown looming and tier 3 in full swing in some regions, how do we keep our mental wellbeing in check, Steve talks about one of his joys
Shoko Thomson, who died living with Alzheimers, wrote this account in 2012, the year she was diagnosed
TheBoldAge looks at 5 ways to support elderly relatives that are self-isolating.
Microbaker Ildiko Toth explains how making sourdough has become an important journey in her life.
Feeling a little run-down mentally? TheBoldAge shares 5 tips for under-the-weather minds.
TheBoldAge takes a critical look at one of the fastest-growing sectors in the global digital health market, mental health
How many of us Boldies silently ask ourselves whether social media is really a good thing or not?
Have you heard of the gut-brain axis? Research shows that it exists and that there is a link between mental health and nutrition. Make sure you get the nutrients you need to keep you in the best possible holistic health.
Robin talks of letting go
Research has found that eating a coastal diet cuts the risk of depression by reducing inflammation in the body
A Twitter user has shared what happens when mundane tasks become utterly overwhelming.
Robin Thomson's very personal and moving story about letting go
Grace Meadows is Programme Director for Music for Dementia, a national campaign leading the call to make music freely available for everyone living with dementia
Cognitive decline as we get older is a load of old boll... Our brains don't slow down due to age but rather due to the amount of information they hold and process
Research shows that rest is a key element of being able to make educated guesses as our brain cells are forming those links during periods of rest.
"Still Got It" - The Terrence Higgins Trust campaign echoes our mantra of "We ARE not we WERE". The UK achieved the 2020 UNAIDS targets but there's still much more to do.
The adult social care sector continues to see systemic problems as evidenced through the ombudsman's latest complaints report. We need less government rhetoric and more BOLD action to be taken to support those who are supporting us.
What would you do if you were told to keep working for another 6 years when you were meant to be retiring? Do you have enough savings in place to allow that or would you be out there in a hostile job environment, with gender and age discrimination, looking for a job to support you? #waspi #backto60
It’s tough when a loved one is experiencing a mental health crisis, here are some ideas for what you can say to help.
The second in the Robin Thomson faith series, here he interviews Ram and Sunita Gidoomal
Here is the next in our series by Robin Thomson, who in this article introduces his series on faith
TheBoldage discovers that the key to happiness might just be at the bottom of a loaf tin.
Here’s how you can make the most of your new-found freedom in retirement.
Grab a plate, a slice of homemade bread and a pat of butter – we’re with you.
In 1377 the first quarantine legislation was passed in what would become Dubrovnik; in 1694 the Bank of England was founded; in 1836 first first establishment in South Australia on Kangaroo Island; in 1869 chewing gum was patented. In 1890 Vincent van Gogh committed suicide.
The link between green spaces and health is widely recognised. Would the prescribing of ‘therapeutic horticulture’ be beneficial. Boldies, you make your own mind up.
Studies have found that gardening and garden environments can offer a host of physical and mental health benefits. TheBoldAge finds out more.
If you think every ache or pain is a sign of something serious, you could have an overwhelming fear of illness
As if we needed a Boldie excuse to eat more?
This complex panic disorder often results in avoiding certain situations – or not leaving the house at all. TheBoldAge finds out more.
The world has turned into a somewhat crazy place, we have social distancing, limited access to schools for our children and many people are worried about their finances.
In 1846 the Saxophone was patented and in 1873 the TypeWriter (only capital letters though). The Luftwaffe accidently landed their latest fighter in Wales in 1942 and in 2016 we had the EU Referendum. Today though we celebrate Alan Turing's birthday in 1912
With the explosion in online learning we look at 7 platforms that can be used to facilitate lifelong learning across a variety of subjects.
Research shows the brain-boosting potential of cardio.
Feeling a little run-down mentally? Abi Jackson shares 5 tips for under-the-weather minds.
A personal view on the confusion and muddle of life in lockdown
Sir Billy Connolly: ‘You don’t wake up famous, you wake up scratching yourself like everybody else’