Mindful eating for your wellbeing

Eating while multitasking or under stress means that you are not focused on your food. How you eat is just as important as what you eat. Mindless eating causes indigestion when you are not thoroughly chewing your food because you are not focused on eating.

Happy New Year

`The two most important days in your life are: the day you were born and the day you find out why’ – Mark Twain As we start the new year, it is time to stop and reflect on our why. Why do we do what we do? What motivates us to get up every morningContinue reading “Happy New Year”

Five tips for your Christmas wellbeing

As Christmas Day fast approaches and the world around you gets more busy with shopping, gifting, last minute Christmas drinks or lunches; it is important to ensure that you keep your wellbeing front of mind. It is easy to fall into the busy trap. However, taking time out for you, even just ten minutes aContinue reading “Five tips for your Christmas wellbeing”

Summer Solstice – Celebrate your Spiritual Wellbeing

Summer solstice marks the time when the sun is at its highest point on the horizon giving us the longest day of the year. The sun will appear to solstitium – the Latin word meaning to stand still. It is a time for spiritual awakening and awareness as summer welcomes the season of light andContinue reading “Summer Solstice – Celebrate your Spiritual Wellbeing”

Your mental health at Christmas

Christmas is a time for spending with family and friends. While some people find Christmas enjoyable, others dread the day when it comes around each year. It can be especially draining on your mental health especially if you overcommit to social obligations. It can leave you tired and emotionally drained.

Choosing the right gift at Christmas?

Christmas is a time of celebration, relaxation and gift giving. Yet there is so much social pressure to buy the perfect gift. As a result your stress and anxiety levels increase, because you are worried about buying the wrong gift. You end up falling into the trap of consumerism over a real connection with people.

Four strategies to financial health at Christmas

At Christmas time there is so much temptation to have the perfect day with family and friends that often overstretch the financial side of things. Worrying about finances at Christmas is at the forefront of your mind because you have the dilemma of wanting to satisfy everyone’s needs. You know this is unachievable but youContinue reading “Four strategies to financial health at Christmas”

Five health benefits of mindful bathing

From the Ancient Greeks, Romans and Egyptians through to present time; there is scientific evidence that bathing in hot water has many natural health benefits. But were you aware of just how many benefits a relaxing, warm bath can provide you?

How bathing balances the mind and body

Taking to the waters has been a part of healing for centuries and is a powerful delivery of wellbeing. Sinking into a warm tub of water at the end of a long day is a great feeling. Not only is soaking in the bath good for soothing sore muscles and easing aches and pains; butContinue reading “How bathing balances the mind and body”

Are you living on autopilot?

Many people travel through life in a haze with their autopilot on. They end up doing the same things, thinking the same, reacting the same as they had done in previous situations. Before they know it life has flown by.  They reach retirement and wonder where their life has gone. This is what you callContinue reading “Are you living on autopilot?”