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you were out and about in London last week you may just have seen a giant green monkey made out of tea casually floating down the Thames. If you weren’t out and about, yes that did actually happen. The purpose of said green monkey? To get the nation energised. PG Tips are on a quest to showcase ‘the power of green’ and get Brits relaxed and refreshed.

In their Green Paper report, PG Tips found that the average person is only able to fully relax for 36 minutes a day, and that seven in ten feel overworked. The solution to all this stress and bother? Go green. Psychologically the colour green encourages feelings of positivity and wellbeing, so getting time outdoors is a good way to start. It’s also about eating and drinking green too…that means green veggies, green juices, and green tea, which is perfect as a break at work is most likely to involve a cuppa.