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A new design for Relentlessly Positive makes positive thinking even easier., the recently launched website dedicated to seeing the upside of life, has been transformed and re-launched, making it even easier for users to find ways to feel good

Now with more interactive features, and sections dedicated to people who’ve done positive things, fantastic ideas and health, the site offers an antidote to the deluge of bad news and publications that send out the message ‘you’re not good enough’

Site creator, Sarah Clark, says:

“One of the only criticisms that I received about the site as it was before, was that it was difficult to navigate - which made it hard to browse. So, I fixed it! With the help of some people who believed in the concept of Relentlessly Positive as much as I do, and some blood sweat and tears, the revamped site was officially launched on 22nd October, and the feedback I’ve had already has been fantastic.”

The site was recently given a four-star review in Issue 145 of Web User magazine, who said:

“As an antidote to the masses of ultra-critical beauty magazines, blogs and celebrity nonsense this new site is pretty hard to beat”


About Sarah Clark

Sarah Clark is a journalist from Cambridgeshire. She previously worked on health & beauty titles and currently works full time in addition to running

Relentlessly Positive is dedicated purely to positive articles on subjects as diverse as health & beauty, UK news and travel. The site is currently non-profit making.

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Sarah Clark

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