Money, the new yoga
5 min read
We know what we should do to have a long, healthy life – eat vegetables, get enough sleep, drink kombucha (or fermented tea, as some like to call it). However, there’s something missing from the discussions about our health that can make a great difference to our overall wellbeing: money.
Laura Whateley is a freelance writer and author of Sunday Times bestselling book Money: A User's Guide. She has written for a wide variety of publications including The Times, The Guardian, Grazia, Refinery 29, Elle, Red and Stylist.
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