Feel like you’re constantly hitting a motivation brick wall? Maybe you’re looking for it in the wrong place What
So you’re interested in learning about or improving your own wellbeing but you’re still not entirely sure what actually
We’ve all been there. Juggling responsibilities between work, family, friends whilst still trying to take care of ourselves starts piling up. A few nights of broken sleep and to be perfectly frank, you feel just a bit sh*t. A text comes through, it’s a friend you haven’t seen for a while, they want to catch up but first; how have you been?
Sometimes the fact that your wellbeing is yours and yours alone is the biggest revelation. People spend so much time distracting themselves with what they think they should be doing that they lose sight of what they actually want to be doing.
Today is the third Monday in January, otherwise known as ‘Blue Monday’ and apparently the most depressing day of the year… Is it really though? Let’s take a look at what Blue Monday really is, how authentic change might be a better answer and what 4 steps you can take to start making it happen.
For a long time as a society we have needed to recognise that mental health isn’t just something that happens to someone when they’re ill or struggling. It’s part of us every minute of every day, it fluctuates depending on numerous factors from how well you slept the night before to how much stress you’re under at work.
Open water swimming has grown with popularity over this infamous year, swimming is well known for its health benefits but can moving into mother nature’s homemade pool be just as good for our mental health?