Reflecting over the past week, I imagine I’m not alone when I begin to feel overwhelmed at the thought of the challenges we have and will continue to face as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. Seeing and hearing that most people are being affected in some way by the pandemic brings my attention not only to the businesses I manage, the team and our families but the wider community and those most vulnerable.
Christmas is a wonderful time to embrace the festive cheer however, it can also bring about a number of challenges too, from societal pressures to over indulging in christmas treats. It can also be a time of reflection, bringing about memories of loved ones past and the year that’s gone by.
Have you had an experience recently that’s made you feel incredibly grateful? Perhaps someone close to you had a health scare, you might have walked past a homeless person sleeping on the street, or heard about a colleague going through a rough time.
September is Friendship Month. A person’s friendships can make or break their life, adding to feelings of happiness, and providing health benefits, too.
The Power of Positive thinking has been shown to have many physical and mental benefits. A positive mindset can give you more confidence, improve your mood, and even reduce the likelihood of developing conditions such as hypertension, depression and other stress-related disorders.
1st-7th June 2019 was Volunteers Week across the UK. To mark the occasion we have compiled just some of the amazing benefits volunteering can have on your health!
Worry can interfere with your life but it is a habit that can be broken. Here are 3 ways in which you can prevent worry.
Getting out outdoors and feeling a part of nature has been shown to lower cognitive anxiety, whilst also increasing mindfulness, vitality and happiness.