Despite our best efforts, stress is often a normal part of our everyday life. While it is something that most of us have simply learned to tolerate, it's impact on our physical and mental wellbeing is often far greater than we realise.
This guide offers 10 Tips to help move you from stress to de-stress and maintain a healthier, more balanced life that is better for you and those around you.
So many of us have been brought up to believe that we need to take care of everyone else first and foremost and that our own needs come last. This is seen as a virtue and praised as being 'kind', 'right' and 'self-less'.
However, as we have seen many times over, ignoring or putting our needs last on our list inevitably leads to burnout, ill health and often a lot of resentment.
Self-care is any activity that we intentionally do in order to take care of ourselves! Simple as the really. Our health and wellbeing is made up of our mental, physical, emotional and even spiritual needs.
This month, our guest blog is by our lovely friend and London based yoga teacher, Lorna Fisher. An ex lawyer, Lorna is passionate about yoga and wellbeing and balance. A busy mum herself, she has also seen the many benefits of yoga practice for children and her teen workshops became very popular during the pandemic.
Mental Health is important for everyone. Whether you call it 'mental health' or ‘emotional health’ and well-being .. it is just as important as our physical health. In short, it refers to the thoughts we think and feelings we are experiencing and becoming aware of these so that we can identify when they are not serving or.
As a busy working mum of two teenagers, I know that family life can be fun but also chaotic and busy.
“Discombobulated” is a word which deserves to be said out loud. It is a brilliant word but what does it mean and is it even a real word?