Sleep can be the most underestimated, biological, human need. It is vital for so many of our body processes and essential for maintaining our daily ‘sanity’, as we attempt to juggle the many balls that our lives present us with.Continue reading
Christmas time is renowned for the ‘season of giving’. I love to use this time of year to reflect upon what I have and not to dwell on what I don’t, by remembering all the good that I have in my life.Continue reading
Do you find yourself enjoying the summer months and then the autumn sets in and you start to panic. You begin to see Christmas cards and gifts in shops far too early and the pressure to ‘buy’ gifts for others starts to ‘kick in’. It is important to have your finances in order in the lead up to December, so not to add to this already super-stressful time of year.Continue reading
We all go through times in life when it just seems like the whole world is against us. My question to you is this: “How do we get to feeling this way? And how can we prevent it?”
I firmly believe that one must practice what they preach! And so, teaching children to take good care of them can only be successful if you as the adult do exactly the same thing.
Did you know that your body is great at telling you what it needs, you only need to listen. It will even let you know when it needs a massage. Your body will indicate when it is tired, weary and full of tension but it cannot tell you what type of massage would be best.
Anxiety can be so debilitating. Those who have never suffered or endured the effects of anxiety will find it really hard to sympathise with those who do suffer. The symptoms can present and express themselves to varying degrees within each individual.
Some social anxiety is seen as normal and sometimes even helpful. For many though, social anxiety is an overwhelming fear of social situations, which commonly starts in teenage years.
As the weekend is fast approaching, many of us will be familiar with the fear that Sunday night can bring.
I believe that volunteering has a favourable effect on depression, wellbeing and one’s overall life satisfaction. I can say this from experience.
Did you know? 1 in 3 UK employees consider quitting their job regularly.
Everyone encounters some form of stress at work, this is inevitable. However, it is how we recognise and deal with the levels of stress that determines the level of sanity we are able to sustain.