Many of us exist in a near-constant state of overwhelm, where we feel unable to separate what needs to be done now from what needs to be done at some point – or not at all. Here are a few tips to help you make a to do list that will actually work for you:
I’ve just learnt a new word. Do you know what a ‘morakker’ is? Well, I certainly didn’t. It’s a Danish word that means ‘work martyr’ – i.e. someone who stays at work longer than they need to. Does this sound familiar? One of the most common areas my clients want to address is their work-life balance. How is yours?
I have just come back from a weekend away with some old friends and I feel energised, happy and motivated. It got me thinking about the power of friendship and connection. As human beings, we are programmed to seek connection with others.
Clearing clutter can help you find mental space as well as physical space. Do you find it difficult to let go of things, do you find yourself keeping things for years because they may come in, are your cupboards fit to bursting?
Firstly, what is Wellness?
‘Wellness is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity’ - World Health Organisation
Wellness encompasses every facet of a person’s health: physical, mental and emotional.
Have a think about what wellness means to you and which aspects of your own personal wellness you would like to improve. Some goals can seem so big that they are overwhelming, so break the big picture down into more manageable chunks.
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