Have you ever been at work all day and come home feeling drained – too exhausted to be with family or participate in social events? Ever wondered how someone can party all night and sleep in till noon the next day? These patterns have to do with understanding your energy levels and when you areContinue reading “Understanding your energy levels for peak performance?”
As the lockdown extends once again on the eastern seaboard of Australia, it is timely to recognise the impact of being socially isolated has on your mental health. As you are aware, humans are naturally social creatures. They thrive on human interaction. When that contact is restricted, the toll it plays has serious consequences toContinue reading “How social exclusion impacts your mental health”
It is RU Okay day on Thursday. A day where people check in with each other and sure each other are okay. However, don’t make your check in feel like an obligation. If someone is not feeling okay take a moment to stop and genuinely listen. It doesn’t cost much to take ten minutes toContinue reading “Are you really RU Okay?”
When you think about your health and wellbeing, what is the first thing you notice? It’s probably your physical health such as weight or how you look, right? Then next you may focus on your mental health and how you are feeling. These are the main areas most people tend to focus on. Most ofContinue reading “The benefits to living a holistic life”
In last week’s post we identified the benefits living mindfully and how you can become more aware of simple activities to adopt each day. Mindfulness can also play a part in the effectiveness of your decision making.
There is much written and marketed about the benefits to mindfulness all of which centres around being fully present in the here and now. While this is certainly true, not much is written about the negative side. But understanding mindfulness can help you recognise and become less reactive in confrontational situations.
Do you feel like there are not enough hours in the day to get everything done? Do you wish you had more time to spend on things you enjoy doing rather than what you must do? Juggling work, home and life will leave you frazzled, exhausted and eventually burn you out. But there are onlyContinue reading “Six steps to get more time in your day”
This is third and final part of a three part blog post series on managing the impact of a change event can have on your life. In post number two you developed some possible solutions to manage change, however it is not uncommon to still feel a little resistant. As you will see from theContinue reading “How to mindfully navigate through change – Part Three”
This is part one of a three part blog post series on managing the impact of a change event can have on your life. The only constant in life is change. It is everywhere and unfortunately it cannot be avoided. What you can do though is understand how it effects you and adopt strategies toContinue reading “How to mindfully navigate through change – Part One”
Each and every one of us has an opinion, it is what makes for healthy, lively conversations. Sometimes opinions have the ability to come between people and impact on their relationships and friendships. But exchanging differing viewpoints does not have to end in disaster. If handled constructively it can lead to productive conversation, bring youContinue reading “How to build productive relationships through mindfulness”