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.
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.
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.
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.
Have you ever asked yourself “why does this keep happening to me?” or find yourself repeating the same mistakes over and over again? Maybe you try and make changes to your life, but feel like you are chasing your tail as you end up where you started time and time again. From tucking into aContinue reading “Self Sabotage: Stop the Cycle”
Places to go. Things to do. People to see. All we do is rush about, cramming everything into our day and get stressed about it. But does is really need to be this way? The short answer is no, it doesn’t. We have all got impatient in a supermarket checkout queue. We’ll get mad ifContinue reading “It’s OK to Slow Down”
When you are on the receiving end of unreasonable behaviour or words and actions that hurt so much they sting, it kills you inside that the people you should respect most in the world make it impossible for you to love them.
You can see if she having a hot flush. Her huffing and puffing along with hand-fanning will give away that she’s feeling a tad warm. If you are talking to her and she mixes up her words or gets flustered, you will know the meno-fog has descended. But you’ll have no idea about her other symptoms: the ones that are embarrassing, rarely discussed and have a huge impact on her life and emotions. And not all of them are ‘downstairs’.
I want peace, Baileys, Strictly Come dancing and a chocolate orange. That won’t happen. But what can I do to get me through the festive season? How do I and those round me have a peri-merry Christmas?