As business and technology have continued to evolve, the relationships between people and their work have also changed. Not all of these changes are for the better, as more and more people are overworking themselves to the point of not being able to avoid burnout.Continue reading
We know that people need some stress in their lives but only at a healthy level! Once you learn what causes your stress, you can learn the best ways for you to reduce it and deal with it.Continue reading
In the digital age we live in, it can be difficult to find time to take care of ourselves. Between work, family, a social life, and everything else, our schedules are often so busy that we neglect to make self-care and wellbeing a priority. At the same time, different countries and cultures around the world […]Continue reading
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In another in our series of guest blogs, Keyleigh from Club Woodside shares an infographic to help you with meditation. Meditation – perhaps you’ve seen people meditating in a yoga class. Or maybe you’ve even tried it yourself once or twice, and just thought, “I’m not sure what this is all about”.
I posted a photo on Facebook this week of the recent adaptation to my ‘standing desk’, aka my book shelf! It prompted a fair amount of discussion so I thought I would blog on the topic this week.
I went to the theatre last night to see an event put on by the New Statesman with Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer. They edited this week’s edition of the New Statesman and entitled it ‘Saying the Unsayable’. The evening was a ‘celebration’ of the edition with music, poetry, discussion and readings.
I’ve already talked on this blog about how much reading I do. Much of it involves self development blogs, articles and books as well as business books, other non-fiction and fiction. One of the reasons that I read so much (and listen to podcasts too) is to help me to work on things about me and my life that I want to change. It really helps to keep me focused, and being a ‘why?’ person it often helps me to stick at changing habits and activities by helping me to develop the underlying reason for doing something.