In today’s blog, we’re going to look at ways that we can increase our own resilience and grow our self-confidence so that we are able to deal with any setbacks that may come our way. Remember, as with everything, practice makes perfect. By adopting a few simple habits and following them consistently, you too can become more resilient and ready to face your future.
Do you feel you are working harder than ever? Wondering if it’s worth it, if it makes you miserable? Has ‘work’ become the ultimate 4-letter word? It’s got to be better than this, right? If you are lucky, your employer will offer a variety of perks and benefits to keep you happy in your job.Continue reading “7 Ways to be Happy at Work”
In today’s blog we’re going to look at the different ways we may find ourselves overthinking and the detrimental impact it can have on our mental health. We’re also going to look at some ways to help you to reframe these negative thought patterns. We’re all guilty of overthinking but it does not need to control our lives or get in the way of your happiness.
So much to do and so little time. Sound familiar? You’re not alone!
In today’s post we’re going to share some of our past blogs on self care and wellbeing with you. We hope that amongst this list you’ll be able to find the right information to help you to look after yourself as the world opens back up for you and life starts to get busy again.
Do we really need to be in total control? How many times have you been in a situation where things happened totally unprompted and you had the time of your life? Those impromptu moments of sheer joy where you abandoned control and just went with the flow felt amazing? They are the moments you look back at.
You might have people extoll the benefits of manifestation or claim that they have manifested a new job or new house. The idea that they’ve asked the universe for something and then just had it handed to them might make you scoff. The question is, does it really work?
Putting the word ‘toxic’ before ‘positivity’ gives it a rather negative vibe, don’t you think? But the clue is in the name itself as it can sometimes be interpreted as a lack of empathy, and often unintentional. This is because when we feel uncomfortable with a situation and how it makes us feel, our emotional reaction can be inappropriate.
Periods stopping was something I was aware of and looked forward to, but skin issues? Who knew about the effect perimenopause and menopause would have on our skin? So what kinds of things should we be looking out for and what can we do about them?
In today’s blog, we’re looking at ways to reboot our wellbeing and feel good again. Getting older shouldn’t have to mean feeling so tired that we don’t get all of our chores done or pushing our passion projects to the side. Let’s get our energy back and start feeling vibrant again!