Healthy Lifestyle Habits with Adagio Teas

Look After Yourself with Adagio Teas

I feel like 2018 is the year of looking after ourselves. Wellness, and the importance of mental health days are concepts which I’m seeing an awful lot of, and I’m 100% down for it. One of my favourite places of wellbeing and relaxation is the Center Parcs Aqua Sana Spa which I’m headed off to again on Sunday! Last time I was there I read all about small, everyday ways of promoting well-being in your life. Although I find reading articles like these both beneficial and enjoyable, they typically remind me of healthy habits which I already know. Tips like; make sure you get enough sleep, eat natural, healthy foods, and limit your screen time (I’m definitely guilty of eating bad food and too much screen time but I have the sleep covered). 

The tip which really interested me though was tea related. Everyone loves a cup of tea, and the advice which really amazed me was that regularly drinking it can dramatically reduce your chances of getting dementia. In fact, after some further research, I’ve learned that studies suggest that green tea can provide many more astounding health benefits, including helping to prevent cancer, boosting metabolic rates and improving memory. This year I’ve been trying to focus more on both my physical and mental health. I’ve implemented a few dramatic lifestyle changes like working out at least twice a week and trying to eat more healthily. I’ve also made a fair few smaller changes, like getting up earlier, substituting a few mindless TV evenings for those curled up with a book instead, drinking far more water and now, green tea too.

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For a few months now, I’ve been making a conscious effort to calm my mind and feel less busy by simply making time to be less busy. My mornings in the sunshine accompanied by a cup of tea and a book have become invaluable to me, and apparently, they’re also great for both my mental and physical health. The last few months of developing this particular healthy lifestyle habit have allowed me more than enough time to trial a whole range of Adagio’s teas, and I’m now an official convert. They were kind enough enough to send me some of their sample packages so I’ve now tried a huge variety of their flavoured teas. My favourite packet has been The Orchard White, which contains fruity strawberry, peach and blueberry flavours. Although I know that a lot of people assume that loose leave teas are difficult, Adagio’s ingenuiTEA pot set makes the process so easy, and the glassware is just the most aesthetically pleasing cup I’ve ever owned. Their iced teas are as yummy as their normal loose leaf, and I love adding fresh fruit to them for even more health benefits (plus it makes it way more aesthetically pleasing).

Recently I’ve been thinking about the concept of need, and that our culture grossly over-uses the word. There are a lot of things which we want to own, or experience, or get ticked off of our to-do lists, but few of them are situations of need. What I think all of us genuinely need, is the time to look after ourselves. Almost everything else can wait.

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34 thoughts on “Look After Yourself with Adagio Teas

  1. The Orchard White tea sounds delicious, what an amazing combination of tasty flavours 😍. I like green tea and it has so many amazing health benefits. Your photos look gorgeous Sophie, especially the one with your cat chilling out under the table, love it! 💖 xx

    Bexa | http://www.hellobexa.com

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  2. It is so important to look after ourselves. I’m glad you’re treating yourself with a spa this weekend. It’s great that you’re trying to calm your mind through different methods. I really need to get on the tea game!

    Nancy ♥ exquisitely.me

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  3. I’ve been getting into tea recently – I really want to try some green tea but I wouldn’t know what to go for – in terms of flavours! The Orchard White tea does sound delicious, so may have to try that out. Hope you have a fabulous time at the spa 🙂

    Amy,
    https://creativenails.uk

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  4. What a lovely post, this made me feel calm just reading it! Absolutely gorgeous photos too. My mum has a loose tea leaves pot and it’s one of the most fun things I’ve ever used haha! I adore the sound of the blend of fruits in The Orchard White and am a sucker for iced tea especially. So damn jealous of you heading off to the Aqua Sana Spa, I hope you have the best time!
    Alice Xx

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  5. Ugh. I just tried to leave a nice long comment and it malfunctioned when I tried to submit. Key points: I love green tea too. Self care is huge this year and I love it. My blog is new but I want to incorporate self love and self care as a component for sure and love reading similar posts.

    Thanks for the fun post!
    Lauren at bustinoutbeauty.com

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  6. Wow, I had no idea drinking tea regularly had those kind of benefits. The Orchid White definitely sounds like my kind of tea! I’m definitely craving a cup of tea now! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. I love drinking herbal tea, it’s amazing how much of a difference it makes to your mental and physical health. It’s so important to look after yourself and drinking tea is such an easy way of doing this. Lovely Blog post x

    Steph
    stephhannam.wordpress.com

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  8. I wish I liked green tea but I just can’t seem to get into it. I use to drink a lot of english tea but I always need so much sugar so I’ve cut it out completely and haven’t had tea in months but reading your post is making me think I should really try to get into green tea for the healthy side of things! Maybe I’ll give it another go! Great post and it sounds like a great brand! xx

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  9. I always love your posts and this one is no exception! Tea is one of my favourite things in the world and I’ve never heard of Adagio’s before – I’ve got to check them out, especially the orchard white because the combination there sounds amazing! I totally agree – I always make time to sit and relax with a cup of tea and forget the stresses of life for a moment. If you don’t, I believe you’ll drive your own self insane! x
    Marina Rosie x
    https://marinawriteslife.blogspot.com/

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  10. I loved this! I really like the fact you’re talking about small changes to make a healthier lifestyle overall not suddenly trying some crazy strict regime and pretending you’re going to stick with it. I knew green tea had loads of health benefits but I had no idea about the dementia! Time to put the coffee cup down…x

    Sophie
    http://www.glowsteady.co.uk

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    1. Aw I’m so glad! I think that people go so wrong when they try and make loads of huge changes all at once because of course they’ll struggle! I had no idea either until recently, its amazing isn’t it! x

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  11. I love the idea of taking time for self care! Tea, sunshine and a book sounds incredible,and I’ve recently tried to take more me time to just chill. I love your photos too, so beautiful! Lived this post!

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  12. I’ve never been to Centre Parcs but it’s on my list! Hopefully next year. I agree in that it’s THE TIME to focus on looking after yourself – and that’s brilliant. I’m not very experimental with tea, I’ve never found a herbal or fruity tea I like so I just stick to good old builders tea but I would like to experiment with it more for sure. Also I NEED to work on having less screen time. I spent literally 17 hours on my laptop working the other day and I felt like I was going blind afterwards! Gorgeous photos ❤ xxx

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