In today’s So Just Be blog, we’re going to look at some strategies for getting over productivity paralysis so that you can start to get things done again. Feeling stuck can be really frustrating so let’s dive straight in and help you get back on track!
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How to be More Creative
What pops into your mind when you think of self-care? As much as we’d like it to be, it’s certainly not all Galaxy chocolate, red wine and bubble baths. You’d probably think it’s more along the lines of relaxation techniques, getting enough sleep, and useful tools that help us to reduce the stress in our lives. But what about using creativity as a self-care tool?
Top Ten Signs of Burnout Every Woman Should Know
In today’s So Just Be blog, we’ll go over the top 10 signs of burnout every working woman should know, and give you some practical tips on how to prevent it from taking over your life.
How to Make Better Decisions
In today’s blog, we’re sharing some self-help tips to help you to improve your decision making skills.
Breaking the Rules
We often think it’s necessary to follow rules and adhere to the status quo. When you look at life generally, we tend to fall in one of two camps: there are those that follow the rules and conform, and there are those that don’t (naughty rebels, you!).
Don’t Let Money Worries Harm Your Mental Health
In today’s blog we’re going to suggest a few simple steps you can take to start reducing the impact of your finances on your mental health.
The Key to Kindness? Self-compassion!
If you look up the word ‘kindness’ in the dictionary, you will see a photo of my friend – let’s call her ‘Pauline’. You won’t really. You’ll see a definition along the lines of ‘a quality of being friendly, generous and considerate’. But it should be a photo of ‘Pauline’. We all know a ‘Pauline’.Continue reading “The Key to Kindness? Self-compassion!”
How to Beat the January Blues
In today’s blog we’re going to give you some tips on how to beat the January blues into submission so you can start to feel positive about the year ahead. It’s normal to sometimes feel down during the winter months, but if you don’t actively focus on finding ways to improve your mood you could find yourself entrenched in negative emotions. Let’s take control and stop hiding under the blanket!
Tears & Fears: The Perimenopausal Princess Papers (Part 20)
The tears are completely unstopable. I’ve cried at work. I’ve cried in a supermarket (that was embarrassing). I’ve cried in a restaurant (people were glaring at my poor husband thinking he was a wanky bloke that makes women cry). I’ve cried a lot.
How to Feel Optimistic For the New Year
In today’s blog, we’re going to look at how we can establish an optimistic outlook for the year ahead. Maintaining an optimistic outlook has positive benefits for our wellbeing. Research suggests that optimism has a positive influence on both our mental and physical health by helping us cope with our working and social lives and contributing to a longer life span.