Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Words That Put Me on the Right Path ; LIFESTYLEAdvice Comes at Us from Everyone - and It Can Feel a Little Overwhelming. but Sometimes, It Can Change Your Life. Here, 10 Celebrities Reveal the Advice They Treasure

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Words That Put Me on the Right Path ; LIFESTYLEAdvice Comes at Us from Everyone - and It Can Feel a Little Overwhelming. but Sometimes, It Can Change Your Life. Here, 10 Celebrities Reveal the Advice They Treasure

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KATE GARRAWAY, 46, TV presenter: "WHEN I first started out in my career in television an editor said to me: 'You don't have to be in a hurry because it's actually a long life.' "It was very wise because we all get so stressed and rush around all the time, desperate to reach goals or fulfil our dreams by a certain time. But that's often pointless, because most things work out their own way in the end, regardless of all that worry and angst. It's far better to enjoy each day and then you're far less likely to overlook opportunities." ? Kate is helping launch Sainsbury's Bumper Book of Summer, with boredom-busting ideas that won't blow the budget, Pounds 5, in store or online at www.boredom bustingideas.co.uk BEN FOGLE, 39, adventurer and TV Presenter: "THERE'S one piece of advice I live by which is 'Add life to your days, not days to your life'. I've always tried to do that."

AMANDA LAMB, 41, TV presenter: "SOMEONE once told me 'Never have regrets', and I think that's such sound advice. Regrets and dwelling on the past serves no positive purpose and just wastes time and emotional energy. When my children are older my advice to them will be 'Always look forward rather than back - you can't change the past'."

KONNIE HUQ, 38, TV presenter: "ALWAYS try to help other people - I really believe in that.

"I was taught as a child that we're all unique with something special to offer, so it can never hurt to help someone - who knows, they might do the same for you one day!" ? Konnie is supporting DFS' pledge to raise Pounds 2million for the British Heart Foundation, collecting unwanted sofas for resale by the charity. Visit www.dfs.co.uk/BHF NATASHA HAMILTON, 31, actress and singer: "CHERISH every moment because you never know what is around the corner. I've learnt that you should always live life to the full and just be grateful for everything that you have - your family and your health - those are the true cornerstones of life."

Natasha supports Don't Go Cold Turkey, offering free expert support for people trying to quit smoking. …

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