I am an integrated therapist with many years of experience under my belt. Overtime, I have been asked many weird, wonderful and unusual questions, regarding my line of work and how I feel about certain aspects of it. Some are so commonly asked, that I have been able to recollect them and have put them down on paper for you to read.
In the UK today, we all live life in the fast lane. All of us are easily consumed by our perception of what life ‘should be’ and so we become oblivious to our lives plan and purpose. It becomes so tough at the top, that it is difficult to see the nose at the end of your face, let alone someone else’s loneliness and their lack of lust for life.
Levels of stress and anxiety in the workplace are forever increasing and unless we as individuals learn the triggers and coping mechanisms to reduce this, we will be reaching burnout before it’s too late. Today I discuss five tips to enable you to try and improve your mental health within the workplace.
Often when we find time to self-reflect or drift off into our own little world, we may find ourselves questioning if we are happy with our life. Are we living a groundhog day or are we happy that we are living life to the fullest each day? Today I discuss how you can make your life more adventurous with some easy tweaks…
When do you allocate time for self-care, look at your own life and make decisions for the future? Today, I share with you my tips on how to make self-care a priority in your life.
Building stamina is key to a healthy lifestyle and today I discuss how you can do this…
The key to success is the ability to do anything you would like, with your life and this comes from simply believing in yourself and developing a need to always plan.
Many people I know have been diagnosed with a vitamin D deficiency. I feel that more people will end up with such, if a greater awareness is not met.
Our weather is so unpredictable but right now we are in the middle of a heatwave! Gone are the days of experiencing four distinct seasons in the United Kingdom. Spring now consists of heatwaves and heavy down pours of rain and our summer is always hit and miss when it comes to the long hot summer days. Even if we have rainstorms or multi-coloured skies, you do not need to let that stop you from enjoying the great British summer. Just get your outdoor exposure and ensure that it is fun!
I get asked this question all the time from my PT, triathlete and holistic health clients – which is more important, sleep or exercise?