As superpowers go, self-esteem (a positive opinion of oneself) is the power that gives us courage but also the grit to keep going when the entire world feels a little uncertain.
People with high self-esteem have these advantages and more, so how can we nurture this elusive power?Continue reading
Your gut instinct (intuition) or your second brain as it is sometimes called, is your immediate understanding of something, there is no need to think it over you just know. Your gut feelings are very real and we should listen to these little whispers of information. Perhaps then our bodies wouldn’t need to scream at us from time to time.Continue reading
These days we are see-sawing wildly between hope and fatigue, making it challenging to chart our way forward. As we move out of lockdown, so many of us may feel overwhelmed about opening up our social calendars and starting to head back to the office after living quietly for so long. So how do we find a way to handle all of this new stimulation whilst getting back to our old way of life?
Well, studies have shown the changes in brain activity in subjects who have learned to meditate hold steady even when they’re not meditating, enabling them to maintain a balanced emotional state. In this blog, we’ll describe the many mental and physical health benefits of practicing the different types of meditation and tips on starting your own practice.Continue reading
“Sleep is the elixir of life” according to leading Neuroscientist Matthew Walker.
Giving yourself a non-negotiable, eight-hour, sleep opportunity every night is one of the best commitments to self-care you can make. Start today by going to bed and waking up at the same time every day. In this blog, we’ll give you a better understanding of the importance of a good nights sleep and tips on how you can improve your sleep hygiene.Continue reading
With lockdown restrictions due to start lifting in the UK towards the end of March, we can hope to return to some form of normality as we approach the latter half of 2021. For now, there are still many ways to continue to make your world feel bigger than the same four walls you’ve become accustomed to – even if you’re suffering from Zoom fatigue. In this blog, we’ll offer some tips on how you can keep connected over the coming months – to your friends, your community, to nature, and to yourself.Continue reading