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’.
In today’s blog, we’re going to look at ways that we can keep our resolutions and change our lives for the better. No more failure and no more feeling bad about ourselves! It’s time to grab hold of that new year and make it work for you.
For women or men with lazy partners everywhere, today’s blog is just for you. We’re going to share some top tips for motivating your partner to get off their arse and help you. One person in the relationship shouldn’t have to do all the housework, laundry and cooking. You signed up to be someone’s partner in love and life, not their bloody housekeeper!
What can we do to improve our brain health without adding additional stress to our already busy lives? We need some quick wins and some good advice to adopt in case we wind up with a barrage of new restrictions on our lives. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at ways we can make some small changes to our habits to help our brain stay happy and healthy in these uncertain times.
I need to get on with things and give myself a ‘happy menopause’, after all, I can’t spend the next 10 years pissed off and hating other humans.
Most of us have at least one bad habit that we just can’t seem to kick. Today, we’re going to look at some strategies for breaking that bad habit once and for all!
I was hungry. I wanted it all. I wanted the power suits, the company car, the briefcase and the corner office. I wanted to be Tess McGill (80’s reference – read Working on the Road to Hell – Our top 10 Travel Pet Hates to find out more about her and why I really hateContinue reading “Stepping Off the Career Ladder: Is it time to pursue the life you really want?”
You would never speak to another person the way you allow your inner critic to speak to you. You need to be kinder to yourself and learn how to practise self-compassion. But what is it and how do you do it?
Whether you’ve always been a sensitive person or you’ve just had the resilience knocked out of you, we’re going to help you rebuild your emotional armour. Poor emotional resilience is linked to higher levels of stress and anxiety. If we want to start feeling better about ourselves and stop feeling overwhelmed then we have a bit of work to do to improve our mental toughness.
No matter if this is the first time you have read a So Just Be Blog, or if you are a follower of ours, one thing you will know is that we are big fans of self-care. So often, as we get caught up in the rat-race of life, our own needs get placed firmlyContinue reading “You Are What You Eat: Smart self-care through food”