We’re nearly 6 weeks into lockdown and maybe like me, you’re adjusting in your own way. What I’ve found is that just as I think I’m adjusting, I get hit by a new curve ball in the form of a new wave of grief or anxiety. We are human beings and even if we don’t consider ourselves ̵
In this crazy world we live in, where a ‘40 hour working week’ really means 50+, and ‘being busy’ is worn like a badge of honour – it’s no wonder most of us are stressed to the hilt! It’s pretty much become the norm to be stressed all the time, but is all this stress really ok?
I love this one! Do you find that worrying can take up most of your day? If you’ve got something on your mind it can be really hard to concentrate on what you should be doing, no matter what you do it keeps popping up and causes more stress because you end up not completing the task i
One of the most useful things I’ve found in being more consistently happy and dealing with stress is to have some sort of ritual, routine or program that adds to my emotional and physical well being. For me, it’s going to bootcamp three mornings a week – it keeps me feeling posi
In today’s stressful world, its so easy to neglect ourselves as we run from task to task, fitting in family, work and friends. Something which has become alarmingly apparent to me over the last few years is “you can’t pour from an empty cup” I.e you can’t be there for other peo
My wise old Dad taught me that ‘Grateful people are happy people’. This is so true! It sounds like a cliché but write down 3 things you are grateful for and you’ll instantly feel happier. Keep a gratitude box of single things you are grateful for and pick one out every time you are fe
Sounds simple and it is. It’s so funny that during times of stress we forget to breathe and that is when we need to the most! just focus on your breath. Breathe in for the count of 4 and then out for the count of 4. It’s amazing how focusing on your breath brings you into the present