Reassessing your habits and removing damaging patterns from your life can boost your happiness and help you take the first steps toward improving other areas of your life. In today’s blog we’re going to give some examples of negative habits and look at ways to turn them on their head to make them positive.
It can become all too easy to spend our time measuring our success by our achievements or reflecting on what we have not done that we forget what it’s like to relax and just enjoy the now. So is it time to put down our to-do lists, give ourselves a break and rediscover the art of ‘human being’ rather than ‘human doing’?
With the news full of doom and gloom, we share our take on ‘future fatigue’ and what you can do about it.
Stuck in a rut? Bored with your job? Feel like you haven’t achieved your goals and you’re running out of time? Change your mid-life crisis to a mid-life reboot with these top tips!
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.
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.
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.
In today’s blog, we’re going to look at some tips for maintaining our energy in middle-age. How can we be more like the fit middle-agers who do yoga at six in the morning?
Despite the new ‘flexible’ world of working, many of us still find ourselves living in a workaholic culture. You can blame it on the pandemic and the lack of separation between work and home, stretching deadlines, lack of staff etc. But the truth is most of our generation (70’s and 80’s babies) have grown upContinue reading “Why Self Care is Important for Productivity”
There came a point in my life when I realised I was never going to have a thigh gap and my upper arms were always going to jiggle. No matter how hard I worked out, I knew I was stuck with my wobbly bits. I’m not a lazy person, don’t get me wrong. Okay. Well,Continue reading “Workout Tips for Lazy People”