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20 WAYS TO FEEL GOOD IN 2021

1 CHECK YOU’RE ALL GOOD UNDER THE HOOD

Ensuring you have a clean bill of health down there makes for healthier, happier years ahead. If you’re not across it, the Cervical Screening Test (CST) has replaced the pap smear. At your next appointment, your doctor will test you for the HPV infection (rather than changes in cells, as was the case with the previous test), which causes about 70 per cent of all cervical cancers. If you get the all-clear, your next appointment will be in five years. For more information, go to cancerscreening.gov.au.

2 GET TO KNOW THE GURU IN YOUR PHONE

There was a time when it would have been impossible to work out with the likes of Pilates instructor Kirsten King (@fluidformpilates, pictured), globally renowned choreographer Ryan Heffington (@ryan. heffington) or the trainers responsible for Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky’s ripped bodies (@centrfit). In happy news, the digital at-home programs that began as a trickle in early 2020 have become a wellness tsunami. Now, it’s easier than ever to do one-on-one sessions with top trainers around the world, at a fraction of the price. King is known for her technical knowledge: the small adjustments she recommends really do mimic the attention you’d get in a one-on-one. And other regimens, such as Heffington’s Instagram Live dance party workouts or the Centr app’s customisable

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