Do you have a never-ending to do list? Are you still volunteering for projects and social occasions when your brain and your calendar are already full? If so, you may be suffering from toxic productivity without even realising it.
Feeling overstretched? Is everything on your plate a bit overwhelming? Find it hard to say no? Maybe you neglect your ‘self’ while trying to keep everyone else happy? If this sounds a bit like you then you, my friend, could be a ‘people pleaser’!
I was going to write a brilliant blog on this topic, but somewhere between thinking about it and actually writing it, the ideas all fell out of my brain. That’s the only way I can describe it … things just fall out of my brain.
In today’s blog, we’re going to look at how to adopt a slim mindset. The idea is that if you think like a slim person and adjust your mindset accordingly then pretty soon, you won’t have a weight problem. From the outset, this seems like a pretty good way to lose weight and keep it off without having to follow any kind of gruelling diet regime. Let’s see what that looks like and how we can give this a go.
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.