Blue Monday has – fortunately - come and gone and we’re looking forward to bringing some energy to the rest of your 2021. The ‘New Year, New You’ approach feels a tad overdone, and so instead we want to share optimistic ideas and realistic goals for you to take inspiration from. Read on for a few our suggestions on ways to boost your wellbeing, mind, body and soul…
"I want to learn more about art"
Let our gallery experts guide you:
Royal Academy of Arts is offering live, life drawing classes – so dust off your paintbrushes
Philip Mould Gallery has an online & IGTV series 'Art in Isolation' explaining the history behind classic artworks
Sims Reed Gallery’s vast collection of rare books offer exciting opportunities for educational reading
r enjoy a walk around the neighbourhood and visit St James’s Market Pavilion to see Jennifer Abessira’s colourful outdoor exhibition
"I want to explore more of London"
Cycle or walk around the city, with the help of these brands:
If you’re looking for fresh wheels, Pinarello is open for your bike needs
Once you’re in our neighbourhood, you can opt to safely store your bicycle at BIKE-DROP, which has three locations in the heart of the capital
For those on foot, view our guide to walking around London here
"I want to try to make more time for me"
After the year we’ve just had, there’s certainly a strong case for seeking out some self-care in 2021:
Look after your mind with Coach London's mental health wellbeing services including life coaching, psychotherapy and more
“I want to broaden my culinary horizons”
Whether you’re trying out a new recipe or ordering a delicious takeaway, let the old adage of ‘you are what you eat’ be a positive one in 2021:
Shop in person or online at Fortnum & Mason’s incredible food hall and try tempting fancies and delicacies from London and beyond
Book a guided cheese masterclass, with a box of artisanal fromage, with Paxton & Whitfield